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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, November, 2006.

KOUMA SUSHI

(02) 2718-1188, ext. 3327
111, MinSheng E Rd., Sec. 3
Hours:Lunch 11:30 am-2:30 pm;
Dinner 6-10:30 pm
Credit cards accepted. Parking available.
www.sherwood.com.tw

Sure, you can buy sushi at a grocery store, in the mall and even on street corners, but for the real deal that is as authentic as any you would find in Japan, head to Kouma Sushi at The Sherwood Hotel. Standing behind the counter, three culinary gods of sushi were delicately carving up some of the 30 different varieties of fish that had been delivered just two hours before. With a minimum order of NT$900 at lunchtime and NT$1,500 for dinner, it is one of the best values for your sushi dollar. Using mid-sized fish from both Taiwan and Japan, the chefs expertly provided me with succulent pieces of salmon, tuna, and other pieces based upon my taste in seafood, not a pre-set menu. With its dim lighting, soothing setting, and freshly prepared sashimi that melted in my mouth, Kouma Sushi is one of the few sushi bars that lives up to the hype.

--By Jerri Graham, translated by Ivy Huang

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