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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August 2007.

Really Good Seafood

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Really Good Seafood

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Really Good Seafood

Original Branch: 222, FuXing S Rd, Sec 1; (02) 2771-3000
Breeze Center branch: 39, FuXing S Rd, Sec 1, B1; (02) 8772-8119
Hours:11 am-2:30 pm, 5-10:30 pm
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge. Valet parking.

For 13 years, this exquisite seafood joint has been operating without an a la carte menu and is often visited by the rich and famous. This seafood restaurant insists on using only the finest ingredients for all dishes. Really Good Seafood is not just a name, it actually is the best. This higher-priced restaurant has an elegant interior and Japanese landscaping outside. The entryway of this second floor establishment boasts a huge display of wines and liquors, Chinese calligraphy, and a temperature-controlled NT$3 million aquarium that houses all kinds of sea animals. Although a new branch located in Breeze Center is set up in a food court, it still offers items like shark's fin and bird's nest soup. Seafood prices vary according to season. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Although seemingly pricey, the Air-dried Abalone and the Braised Australian Abalone Salad with He-Feng and Abalone Dressing (NT$3,800) are certainly worth the money.

B. Really Good Seafood insists on never over-seasoning their dishes; when cooking wild clams, for example, the flavor is enhanced by grilling, which locks in its own sweet juice.

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