TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, November, 2006.





(02) 2771-2033
29, Lane 236, DunHua South Rd, Sec. 1
(MRT ZhongXiao/FuXing station Exit 3; the second alley on
DaAn Rd, Sec 1)
Hours:12-3 pm, 6 pm-1 am
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

This restaurant's name, Locuz, means "passionate and friendly" in the Bunung Aborigine language. Located on an alley near DaAn Road, this is the second Locuz branch, featuring a style slightly different from the original JiNan branch which just marked its second anniversary. Thai food still dominates the menu, although Japanese barbecue cuisine and a variety of alcohol, such as various sakes and plum wine, are also included to broaden guests' choices. There are different buffet deals: NT$390 for 38 dishes, NT$450 for 65 dishes and an extra NT$100 gives you another 15 Japanese barbecue dish choices. This flexibility certainly provides diners with plenty of options. In a change from the stereotypical buffet restaurant, owner Evan Sheng pays special attention to food quality and dining ambiance at his establishment. Taiwan Fun reminds you not to drink and drive.

--By Shanzi Chen, translated by Sho Huang

A. Pandan Leaf Chicken, Crab in Thai Curry Sauce, and Thai Seafood & Vegetable Salad mixed Lemon Sauce are carefully prepared to deliver the authentic flavors.
B. Six private rooms cater to four to 12 people with low couches. Please call for reservations.
Taiwan Fun reminds you to not to drink and drive.