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iBurger goes for a cool, urban chic vibe with a live DJ spinning chilled out rhythms and laid back grooves, carefully chosen black and white graffiti artwork adorning its walls and staff is dressed in crisp white shirts and black suspenders further highlighting the restaurant’s modern and sophisticated appeal. There is no denying that iBurger has a cool concept: touch screens that feature the menu in HD quality, beautiful photographs with stunning color and detailed descriptions about the food. One can order at one’s leisure and can have questions about the menu items answered almost completely without the help of a waiter. You send in your final order and your server brings it to you. Easy peasy.
L’Orignal means “moose” in French. Based solely on the name, you would expect the food served here to be big, hearty and gamey. Actually, after spending over three hours eating here and sampling a good portion of the menu (we were a party of eight ordering a variety of dishes), we came to the conclusion that the portions here were just perfect (what I mean is not overwhelmingly large) and that the food was even better than any of us had anticipated. We first took notice of the restaurant at Oysterfest earlier this September. When we tried L’Orignal’s wild boar-lobster roll, we were hooked. We finally had the chance to come by and it did not disappoint.
Yes, yet another all you can eat fancy buffet in Taipei, this one is within walking distance from the Dapinglin MRT station. The Splendor Hotel is particularly famous for its sashimi as well as its seafood section so that was one of the most consistently popular counters of the night. Particularly outstanding were the pig tail, (with the actual bone intact, you eat the meat around it), the frog legs and the moji for dessert. While the place does ask for a bit more cash for entry, it is well worth it – just check out the pictures – that should do the place some justice. The options as to what you can eat are endless!