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Regent offers East vs. West cuisine

Regent offers East vs. West cuisine

For most corporations in Taiwan, lunch break is usually a brief one-hour period, and most people most make sure to fill their stomachs and get enough rest within this short amount of time. Knowing how precious lunch break is, Grand Formosa Regent Taipei is introducing the East vs. West Cuisines at azie (1F) starting December 18th, with 12 varieties of delectable dishes from the East and West available on rotation Monday to Friday. "Good food usually takes time to enjoy, so most people choose to skip lunch due to their busy working schedule," says the hotel's Culinary Director Joachim Felber. "Our goal in presenting the East vs. West Cuisines is to allow consumers a wide array of exquisite tastes that are available at lunch. Eastern cuisines include dishes from Japan, China, Taiwan, and countries in Southeast Asia, and Western dishes include dishes from the Americas and Europe. Each day, one of each type on the menu for consumers to choose."
The Eastern dishes takes on the form of donburi, or covered rice, like the Taiwanese Style Beef & Ginger Donburi, the spicy and zesty Szechuan Mapo Tofu & Pork over Rice, sour and spicy Thai Tom Yom Seafood over Rice, Malaysian Nonya Prawn over Rice made with fresh prawns, chili peppers, garlic, ginger and various other spices, a traditional Japanese Oyako Donburi, and a fragrant Indian Curry Fish over Rice. Western dishes include a very Italian Grilled Salmon with Butter Poached Asparagus and Potato Gnocchi, the creamy yet fresh Jumbo Prawn, Spinach and Risotto with Dill and Butter Sauce, a hearty Tenderloin of Beef Teriyaki with Black Pepper Linguine, the classic Herbs Spring Chicken Braised in Pinot Noir, the Pork Tenderloin with Olive Picatta Sauce that is concentrated in flavor, and the Spanish-styled Mixed Seafood Paella with Champagne Sauce. Each set, served with salad and soup, is NT$398+10%.
For reservations, please call (02)2523-8000*3157 (azie).


Updated : 2021-03-06 07:58 GMT+08:00