Visitors to Taipei who happen to enter the D.S. Music Restaurant expecting to find an elegant place to eat, perhaps with a jazz band playing gently in the background, are in for a shock.
Their first hint that something is amiss might be the waitstaff: they are all wearing nurse uniforms. And then these confused visitors would see that the medical theme extends to the restaurant’s decor of wheelchairs and crutches, to the toilets marked with “emergency room” signs and to the drinks served from I.V. bottles.
And from there, things really get out of control.
The action includes “nurses” who come around asking customers trivia questions, squirting a syringe worth’s of a tasty drink into their mouths if they answer the question correctly or . . . well, let’s just say it is better to answer the question correctly. After your group has finished their meal a female staff member—dressed in an outfit like one a hooker ballerina might wear—dances upon your table, and possibly upon the male members of your dinning party once they’ve had their shirts and/or trousers removed.
If you are looking for an outrageous and surreal night in Taipei, the D.S. Music Restaurant is exactly what the doctor ordered. 7 XinSheng N Rd. Tel (02) 2587-3226