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KAOHSIUNG DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, October 2005.

Prince Dining

357, MingCheng 2nd Road, Kaohsiung
(07) 558-2838
Hours: Everyday
11 am-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-10 pm
Visa and Mastercards accepted.

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

Located close to the corner of MingCheng and ZihYou Roads in the northern districts stands one of Kaohsiung's most famous, and popular, Japanese Restaurants. Prince Dining has such a good reputation, that it is common to see patrons lining up outside the doors, waiting for them to open. Once inside, it easy to see why. Prince Dining has a stylishly decorated interior, with comfortable seating and friendly staff on hand to take your order. This is an all-you-can-eat restaurant that features a variety of delicious Japanese dishes, and fresh juices and teas, all for the very reasonable price of NT$358 (during lunch-time the price drops to NT$258). Included in their menu is an assortment of fresh-made sushi dishes. You choose which ones you want from a list, and then wait for them to be served. Due to the popularity of Prince Dining it is recommended that you make a reservation before going. Non-Chinese speakers should note that their English is limited.

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