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A Taiwanese dinner you won't want to miss out on

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This coming Monday, June 2, Bostonians have a very special opportunity. A Taste of Taiwan, a five course meal for $35 a head from a group of Taiwanese chefs that includes one especially acclaimed for his rendition of the country's national dish, a Beef Noodle Soup said to be similar to the Japanese Ramen soup.

The event takes place at Shojo in Chinatown at 9A Tyler St. The dinner, made by the Taiwanese chefs with the restaurant's Chef Jeremy Lee, consists of the following menu items:

Taiwan Appetizer Sampler

Pork Soup Dumplings

Special Taiwanese Chive Dumplings

Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup Duo

Dessert

A special cocktail infused with bitter melon from Shojo Head Bartender Markus Yao will be served.

Hurry! The meal, which starts at 6 p.m. is only available for 30 guests. Tickets are available from EventBrite at ShojoTasteofTaiwandinner.Eventbrite.com

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