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Iconic franchise Shin Yeh at Taipei 101 is a charming restaurant that combines both quality Taiwanese (Hokkien) staples and a panoramic view of the city from the 85th floor. This branch is English-friendly and waiting staff are nice and professional. While you do pay for the view and more attentive service, a satisfying meal among a party of three or above should come down to no more than US$50 per person, alcoholic beverages excluded. The food shouldn't disappoint anyone--plating isn't particularly outstanding and there are no "wow" dishes, but attention to small details are discernable and all add up to a memorable dining experience. We also appreciated that they served more than decent espresso-based coffees at the end of the meal.
Tender bits of chicken breast and thigh, a much-appreciated start to fill hungry tummies.
The soup had a great depth of flavor and contained generous portions of seafood and pork.
Scallops were a little on the rubbery side and felt stale. We wouldn't order this again.
Excellent, and even better served with deep-fried garlic slices.
Crunchy and sweet, this is a must-order. Prawns were juicy and big.
Fine. Nothing spectacular there.
While the egg fried rice was great, the fried vermicelli was even better. The noodles were so light and fluffy that I couldn't help but get a second and a third and a fourth serving of it…
This was delicious, and has been served with a cling film wrapped around, which is very much the native, authentic way of serving it in China's Fujian.
A sweet and pleasant end to the meal.
評分: 味道 4 環境 4 服務 5 衛生 4 CP值 4