Truly superb! This place rocks your socks off. Around $100 per person, definitely not cheap, but it’s worth every penny and the cost matches the quality. Order the best stuff off catch of the day menu, their fish is flown in from Japan daily. This is why we call it AUTHENTIC.
Suggestions and tips to help you ( for two) order optimally at Sushi Den.
Please note that sashimi should be ordered before sushi. NEVER dip sashimi or sushi in soy sauce. Wasabi and ginger are used as palate cleansers, not entrees.
For kitchen specials, please consider:
Maine Lobster Tempura $15
House Made Organic Tofu $10
For sashimi, please consider:
Jalapeno Hamachi (3pc) / Kanpachi (3pc) $17
Toro (Fatty) from Croatia (2pc) $12
Bluefin Akamai Zuke (Marinated) from Japan (2pc) $11
Ximending (西門町) has been called the "Harajuku of Taipei" and the "Shibuya of Taipei". Ximending is the source of Taiwan's fashion, subculture, and Japanese culture. Ximending has a host of clubs and pubs in the surrounding area. This area is in the northeastern part of Wanhua District in Taipei and it is also the most important consumer district in the Western District of Taipei. The well-known Ximending Pedestrian Area was the first pedestrian area built in Taipei and is the largest in Taiwan.
The Ximending Pedestrian Area is named after the administrative division Seimon-chō (西門町), which existed during Japanese rule, referring to an area outside the west gate of the city. Today the Ximending Pedestrian Area not only includes Seimon-chō (西門町) but also Wakatake-chō (若竹町) and Shinki-chō (新起町).