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FYI SOUTH Magazine, October 2005.

Shan Hen Sushi

 


357, MinZu Rd., Sec. 2,
Tainan City
(06) 225-2095
Hours: 12 am-2:30 pm; 5 pm-12 pm

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By Pieter Vorster & Steven Crook, Brandon Campazzie, Delaney Seiferling Translated by Annie Liu

Located just across the road from Fort Provintia (Chikan Lou), a Dutch-era castle and one of Tainan's major tourist attractions, and very near the Matsu and Kuankung temples, Shan Hen Sushi opened ten years ago, and has been doing roaring business ever since. In addition to droves of tourists, many locals come here regularly. There's no air-conditioning - customers sit outside on plastic stools crammed around cheap folding tables - but the food is good and inexpensive. Sushi starts at NT$40; there's a wide range of sashimi, several Japanese-style salads (around NT$75) to choose from, plus soups and other items like seaweed wraps. Behind the counter, you'll see a team of chefs slicing ingredients, folding sheets of seaweed, and then slicing; there's no doubt that everything served here is as fresh as it could possibly be.

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