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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, September, 2006.

DIANA HOUSE

3, Lane 186, ZhongShan
停業 Closed

Diana House, located in a posh Tienmu residential neighborhood, is very exclusive and very private. There's no restaurant sign and those arriving without reservations will be turned away. The modest exterior doesn't provide any hints about the traditional British Victorian-style interior. No menu is available, as Chef Peter Liang designs dishes according to the tastes of his guests. Delicious Chinese cuisine is offered, but with Western-style presentation. Single-person sets start at NT$1,800 and include six dishes, from appetizer to main courses with a choice of beef, lamb, chicken or fish. Additional charges may also be applied according to ingredients. Regulars rave about the Diana Veal, steamed, barbecued and served with a special sauce, among other dishes.

A. Hai Huang Salad, Diana Veal, and Steamed Shark's Fin. The simple-looking salad actually has goodies hidden inside. The Shark's Fin Soup is the end result of cooking Jin Hua Ham, pork bones, seafood and other ingredients for eight hours.
B. Five red, romantic rooms are available on the second floor and accommodate six to 12 people.

--By Shanzi Chen, translated by Sho Huang

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