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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, July 2007.

SHABURI

9, Lane 116, DaAn Rd, Sec 1
Closed 停業

Customers making their way into this Japanese eatery will see a five-meter preparation bar displaying assorted types of seafood and fresh ingredients ready to be sliced and diced the nearby chefs. Executive Chef Tae of Shaburi, is very confident when it comes to providing patrons with the finest quality dishes; he also believes that the using fresh ingredients is the key to excellent food, which, perhaps, is why regulars often make reservations for the twelve seats at the bar before coming in. Cases and aquariums showcase diners’ options, which differ everyday and include at least 15 items such as crabs, prawns, and fish. Fine Japanese dining is only complete with authentic liquors, which is another surprise this restaurant has to offer. The Owners of Shaburi offer an unique Japanese liquor that, as patrons say, has a similar taste to Kaoliang Liquor and can be enjoyed with warm water, ice water, or on the rocks. Or try an Orion draft beer from Okinawa (served in kegs, 500ml, NT$130); delivered within 24 hours after brewing, it has a very smooth flavor. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Roasted Onion with Tuna and Sweet Shrimp is a popular sushi dish at Shaburi (NT$260 for 6)—try to fit a whole one in your mouth and to savor all the goodness at one time.
B. The Assorted Grilled Plate (NT$220) is a recommendation made by the restaurant manager—the Beef Stomach and Vegetable Roll alone is worth the trip!

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