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FYI SOUTH Magazine, July 2005.

Koyzen Japanese Restaurant

227, FuDong St., Tainan
(06) 237-9898
Hours: Everyday/5:30 pm-1 am
www.kyozen.com.tw

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--By Matt Gibson, translated by Annie Liu

Kyozen is Tainan's newest, and possibly most authentic, Japanese restaurant. Kyozen boasts many traditional Japanese dishes including a few that are not available anywhere else in Tainan, like a succulent Tempura Fried Shrimp Roll (NT$150) and an enchanting traditional Japanese dessert of Chilled Noodles with Black Sugar Sauce (NT$80). The chefs also recommend the Dong Pao Pork (so succulent you can cut it with a chopstick) and the BBQ Chicken Patty with Miso Sauce (NT$120). Kyozen's two Japanese chefs, both hailing from Tokyo, have been very busy. They're expanding the menu, which will triple in size in June and are planning to completely revamp the menu every two months to ensure customers an ever-evolving dining experience. The dark hardwood and bamboo interior of Kyozen generate a somber yet classy atmosphere perfect for impressing business clients. Also perfect for making an impression is Japan's premium saki, XO, (likened by the General Manager to VSOP in France) which can be purchased for NT$1,000 per bottle.

 

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