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TAINAN DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, May 2005.

Da Jin


20, RenDe St., LingYa, Kaohsiung City
(07) 537-4265
Hours: 11 am-2 pm; 5 pm-9 pm
Credit cards not accepted.

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By Rebekah Godfrey, translated by Isabel Tsai

Tucked away on a quiet street only a block from Warner Village lies a new, family-style Japanese restaurant. DaJin is the name of a beautiful location in Kaohsiung County where the manager's father lives. All of the rice used in the various dishes comes from this place. What sets this restaurant apart from Kaohsiung's many Japanese eateries? The price, for one. Most dishes are priced NT$100-NT$200. There's a big selection of sushi variety plates (NT$100-NT$200), seaweed wraps, and soups (NT$20-NT$80). Hot pot (NT$160-NT$200) and barbecued meats (NT$100-NT$200) are also available, along with pork chops and rice. Specials are offered daily. Food can be served at family tables, or customers can choose to sit at the sushi bar and interact with the chef, who has worked at several large restaurants, including the Howard Plaza Hotel. This restaurant possesses a warm, natural feel to it.

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