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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, June, 2006.

JAPAN KASHIKU

7, JiNan Road, Sec. 1 (opposite Kai-Nan Commercial &
Technical High School front gate)
(02) 2391-3407, 2391-3412
Hours:11 am-2 pm, 5-9 pm
Credit cards not accepted.

--By Shanzi Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra

Married into a Taiwanese family, Morita Nobuhisa has been in the Kaiseki cuisine business for almost 10 years and recently opened this Japanese-style, deep-fried pork chop restaurant behind the Legislative Yuan, garnering the attention of politicians like as Speaker Wang Jin-Pyng. Morita's grandparents ran a fried pork chop restaurant and he learned all their secrets. Loyal to their recipe, Morita chooses the freshest ingredients and imports many others. Japan Kashiku uses the finest Taiwanese quality portions of black pigs' meat. Set meals include the NT$230 Pork Chop with Rice and the NT$360 Tiered Tenderloin Pork Chop.
A. Tiered Tenderloin Pork Chop (NT$360): Frozen rib meat is thinly sliced then lightly fried. The meat is then piled in tiers and deep-fried again. The texture is tender and the flavor sweet and fragrant as it melts in your mouth.
B. Spring Onion Florets with Pork Chop (NT$260): Rib meat is sliced in the middle, filled with florets of spring onion, then cooked in a semi-deep fry and semi-stewed method. When the pork chop is cut open, the fragrance of spring onions fill the air. The meat has an excellent texture, too.

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