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A new vision for ibuki
"What I envision doing is -- presenting a style of Kyoto cuisine by using local, Taiwanese ingredients," said Paul Liu, the newly-appointed head chef of ibuki by Takagi Kazuo at Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Taipei. Upon saying this, Liu's eyes glimmered and tone deepened, displaying an apparent contrast to the soft-spoken exterior from our first encounter.
 
Go out in the sun with 'Viva Mexico'
"Passionate" is a common first impression of Mexican people, particularly the country's artists, musicians and chefs.
 
Recipe: How do you improve a Greek salad? Add steak
A few slices of pink, perfectly cooked steak draped across a colorful bowl of Greek salad make a lunch or dinner that knows no season.
 
'J'adore in Joy Afternoon Tea' — do you?
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei (台北文華東方酒店) is collaborating with prestigious French perfumer Dior again this year to hold an aromatic afternoon tea -- "J'adore in Joy Afternoon Tea" (愉悅淡香水下午茶) -- available at Café Un Deux Trois (5樓文華Café) from April 14 to May 14.
 
Food review: This place perfected 'one fish, many dishes'
This place uses every part of the fish -- and uses them well.
 
Recipe: For a summer cocktail, look no further than a Ginnie Meyer
A perfect drink for these increasingly balmy days.
 
Recipe: Cauliflower, onion and chickpeas make a tasty side dish
The basic ingredients in this are easy, cheap and can be swapped out easily according to what you have in the fridge.
 
Food review: Intimate kaiseki that won't break the bank
CobaSushi is a tiny restaurant in Ximending selling Kaiseki, a traditional Japanese multicourse dinner.
 
Food review: This charming and discreet patisserie in Taipei is reinventing French classics
"Le Bleu Ballon: A Somewhat French-style Patisserie," reads the small sign in front of the shop, signaling a "deviance" from classic French offerings -- that something playful and unconventional is in store.
 
Explorer: Taipei's top 4 cafes for a lazy afternoon
I judge a coffee shop more by its ambiance than by its offerings of food and coffee.
 
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