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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, April, 2006.

HI SUSHI

120, Zhong Xiao East Road, Section 4, 2F
(02) 2781-8989
Hours:11:30 am-9:30 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

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This second branch of Hi Sushi has just opened in the Ding Hao area. Most revolving sushi restaurants offer cheap fare, rather than truly good, nigiri sushi. However, Hi Sushi has over 60 kinds of sushi and all ingredients are shipped to Taiwan directly from Japan, including seasonal seafood. No leftovers are sold the next day, so everything is high-quality. Quality rice and imported Japanese vinegar is used here. Prices vary according to the color of the dishes; more expensive are the gold plates (NT$200), including Matzusaka Beef and Canadian live oysters. NT$150 will buy you Peony Prawn Sushi (two prawns per plate) -- and don't forget to savor the paste in its head. The NT$100 blue plates include Japanese Scallops, deliciously fat and juicy. The NT$60 plates have the most on offer, including soft shelled crabs, barbequed salmon and much more. Cheapest, but still excellent, are the NT$40 yellow plates. You will be pleasantly surprised by their plum sauce with avocado, as well as the ladies' favorite, imported tofu skin sweet sushi. Take a sip of green tea to refresh your palate before you taste different types of sushi. --By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

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