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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, November 2007.

漂亮中式海鮮餐廳

Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant
Pearl Liang's executive chefs:
Peter Chan (left) and Ken Yeh

Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant
bottom:Steamed Crystal
Dumplings with Wild
Mushrooms (NT$120)
top:Steamed Prawn and
Bamboo Shoot Dumplings
(NT$180)

Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant
left: Pearl Liang "Pot Stickers" (NT$150)
right: Crispy Fried Lobster Rolls
with String Noodles (NT$180)

Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant
Baked Egg Tarts (NT$160)

Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant

By Josie Wu Translated by Ann Lee Photos by Andy Lin

2, SongShou Rd (Grand Hyatt Hotel)
(02) 2720-1200, ext. 3198 or 3199
Hours: lunch 11:30 am-2:30 pm, dinner 5:30-10 pm
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.
www.grandhyatttaipei.com.tw

Recently, the Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant in Taipei's Grand Hyatt Hotel updated their menu and hired a new Chinese snack chef, Ken Yeh, to design some new dim sum delicacies and desserts. The presentation of these new items have really impressed even the most discerning of diners and focused more attention on the restaurant.

Though he is only 30 years old, Chef Yeh has worked in the culinary industry for about 15 years. Every morning, he starts his day around 7:30 a.m., when he and the cooking team prepare fresh ingredients and stuffing for their dim sum items, which are sold on the same day and never-kept over night. His high standards, from choosing the ingredients to cooking the dough, ensure that his creations always look delicate and taste delicious.

Pearl Liang's executive chef, Peter Chan, learned his culinary skills from an uncle in Hong Kong; their experiences cooking together planted the seed for Chan's cooking career that has spanned two decades. Believing that fine food must look, smell and taste good, Chan puts a lot of effort into giving people not only nourishment but also a bit of culture and a nice experience. His creatively prepared seafood dishes presented on the new menu are sure to be a hit.

Apart from many exquisite a la carte choices on their new menu, you can also try their set meal deals, ranging in price between NT$1,500 and NT$3,000.

Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant Pearl Liang Chinese Seafood Restaurant
Left: X.O. Cognac Fresh Abalone with Minced Pork and Vegetables (NT$1,200); Five Spices Pig's Ear Salad with Chili Soya Sauce (NT$250)
Right: Lobster Prepared in Two Ways (NT$1,920)

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