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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, April, 2007.

A-PLUS DINING SAKE BAR

33, AnHe Rd, Sec 1; (02) 2731-9266
Hours:12 pm-2 am
(Dinner & Midnight Snack from
6 pm-1:30 am)Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
www.aplusdiningbar.com.tw

After reopening in 2007, A-Plus became the first dining/sake bar in Taipei. "Hua Jiu Zang", the bar's Chinese name, means "Flower Liqueur Cellar" and promotes the concept of a sophisticated ambiance, the prevailing trend in the restaurant/bar businesses in Manhattan and Tokyo. A-Plus Dining Sake Bar sells fusion cuisine, meaning they've merged Japanese and American-style cooking techniques and flavors. The restaurant is by no means a Western-style Japanese eatery and, even though it has a high-class style, it is surprisingly affordable. --By Shanzi Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. With an extended bar and sofas, tables are of a suitable height, so sitting is comfortable no matter how long you stay. A special canopy design, indoor brick work and peonies suggest a romantic, outdoor reverie for diners.

B. Beef Sirloin Wrapped with Assorted Mushrooms (NT$380)—an interesting dish of tender sirloin steak with mushroom stuffing, suggesting the fun of eating sushi. Pan Fried Spicy Tuna Roll (NT$180)—fresh tuna rolled with rice accompanied by South American dipping sauce, a bit on the spicy side.

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