西美觀園食堂 Mei Guan Yuan 146 Japanese Restaurant
西美觀園食堂 Mei Guan Yuan 146 Japanese Restaurant Review
西美觀園食堂 Mei Guan Yuan 146 Japanese Restaurant is a local Japanese restaurant in the Ximen area, there’s actually 2 restaurants right next to each other and both are very popular.
3/5 Sushi: For sushi in Taipei, the prices are a little high when you compare it to Kura Sushi or Sushiro. But the difference is that the sushi cuts are bigger and the presentation is much worse.
1/5 Deep Fried Pork Cutlet Curry: It was thick, sticky and yellow? This was not what I was expecting for Japanese curry. I tried a few bites and I couldn’t eat any more since the flavor of the curry wasn’t pleasant. The pork cutlet was also overcooked.
3/5 Chicken Wings: The seasoning was pretty good, but as you can tell, there wasn’t much meat on the bones. The chicken wings are a specialty at Mei Guan Yuan 1946.
Overall, 西美觀園食堂 Mei Guan Yuan 146 Japanese Restaurant is pretty consistent with the food you can expect to get in the Ximen area.
西美觀園食堂 Mei Guan Yuan 146 Japanese Restaurant Menu And Additional Photos
西美觀園食堂 Mei Guan Yuan 146 Japanese Restaurant Location
It’s food, but you’re not going to enjoy it
Didn’t meet minimum meal expectations
Satisfying and an adequate meal.
So good you’ll eat here again!
You will remember this meal for the rest of your life!
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