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Sashimi is a common new year's dish in Singapore; there, people believe that fish represents luck and fortune for the year ahead. If you would you like to taste this special cuisine made the Singaporean way, then head for a meal at Prima Taste. Right now, they are serving a limited-edition "Good Fortune Sashimi" platter, available for NT$888.
Here's a bit of insight into how the dish should be eaten: Place sashimi (usually salmon) on a big, round plate and then garnish with radish, cucumber and cilantro slices. Then crumble peanuts and cookies on top of the fish, while reciting some lucky phrases. After pouring plum sauce over the ingredients, mix all of the contents with long chopsticks--the higher up the sticks are held, the more luck you'll have. Prima Taste offers a selection of new year's dishes, including a six-course meal that comes with one soup for NT$2,888 (serves six). Remember to call for reservations in advance. --By Dionysus, photos by Andy Lin, translated by Ann Lee
Left: Good Fortune Sashimi
Right bottom: Golden Curry Seafood Hot Pot