The Breeze Center above Taipei Main Station has now become quite famous. I don't actually enjoy eating here. The problem is not the restaurants, but the people. I often find it even more crowded than the food courts in other department stores for some reason, and whether or not you have to wait in line, all depends on luck. Thus it hardly matters whether the food is good or not. However, when you haven't decided what to eat, it does become a pretty good choice... as it does have a variety of cuisines for you to pick from.
The choice of the day was - teppanyaki!
Salad was a side dish that is quite strange, as most teppanyaki don't normally serve this!
Chawanmushi also complimentary.
And a bowl of soup.
All teppanyaki lovers would surely recognize this plate of veggies.
Fried fish and lemon!
The fingers belong to the chef who wanted to help me sort out a right angle for a shot of the plate.
Was it good? I think a picture's worth a thousand words.