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TAINAN DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2005.

Noah's Ark Seafood Restaurant & Bar

 

21, JongShan 1st Rd., ShinSing District, Kaohsiung (MingSheng Circle ); (07) 231-8588
Hours:11:30 am-3 am
No Smoking Before 9:30 pm
Credit Cards Accepted: All Major Credit Cards

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Situated on the circle where JongShan and MingSheng roads meet, you'll find Noah's Ark Seafood Restaurant and Bar. Decorated mostly in white, this restaurant by day/lounge bar by night, offers a refreshing change to the usual "dark" atmosphere found in similar establishments. If you can resist the temptation to sit in their airy, water-surrounded dining patio at the entrance, you'll find a spacious, clean and classy dining area waiting. Upon entering, a fully stocked bar and giant projection screen TV will immediately catch your eye. Two floors of seating encompassing the entranceway comfortably await you.

Noah's is open from 11:30 a.m. to 3 a.m. and begins their day with a special lunch set-menu (starting at NT$280) consisting of soup, salad, choice of main course, dessert and a beverage. Afternoon tea starts at 2 p.m., offering various sandwiches, drinks and desserts. Dinner at 5:30 p.m. brings a gourmet lineup of well-presented dishes that would agree with most anyone's palate. Notable selections are their Crispy German Pig Knuckle with Sauerkraut (NT$480) and an Italian Style Swordfish Roll (NT$520). Both include a drink and dessert. The Pan Fried Beef Ribs with Cheese and Ham (NT$350) also shouldn't be missed.
If drinks are your thing, their wide-ranging menu will surely keep you busy. The beer selection is limited. Noah's self-titled signature drink (NT$200), containing a refreshing blend of fruit and rum, is worth trying. Another interesting choice is the "Circle in the Sand", a surprisingly delicious cocktail containing Oreo cookies.

At 9:30 p.m., the dinner menu is replaced by a night snack menu featuring limited selection but ample portions. About the same time, lights and music change, and an interesting transformation occurs. The wall above the entrance, which is actually two receding "doors" opens to reveal a lovely view of the patio area, creating a relaxing atmosphere.
Noah's makes small changes to their bilingual menu every few months and occasionally offer live entertainment and even fashion shows. Cigars and discounted gift certificates are also available for purchase.

By Glenn Panozzo Translated by Annie Liu

 

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