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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > January 2008

Dream Pirate

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Dream Pirate

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Dream Pirate

(02) 2752-1665
98, ZhongXiao E Rd, Sec 4, 4F
Hours:11 am-11 pm
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.
MRT: ZhongXiao/FuXing Station

Located inside Bistro 98 is Dream Pirate, an authentic sushi eatery that's owned and operated by Mr. Lin. After living in Japan for many years, Lin returned to Taiwan determined to create a business of his own. Dream Pirate has exquisite all-you-can-eat sushi dishes (lunch NT$399, dinner NT$499) all week long, made with fish imported from Japan. If you love sushi, be sure to give it a try. --By Joan Chang, translated by Ann Lee

A. The Chef's Special (NT$599, set) lets you to pick anything from the menu that's at least NT$120. This is a pretty good deal--if you get 10 rolls, you're already paying half-price!

B. Lin recommends the Halibut Fin (NT$100); the part of the fish that moves the most, it has a crispy, chewy texture. The Tuna Fin (NT$100) has a higher fat content than other fish, but is definitely tasty. Matzumokani Crab (NT$100, a la carte), is another dish that's worth trying. For something other than sushi, try the Japanese Fried Chicken (NT$100), or the Fried Oyster (NT$120). Both are pretty popular here.

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