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COMPASS MAGAZINE > December 2008

Feeling Life

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Feeling Life

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Feeling Life

115, QingDao Rd, Sec 3
(corner of WenChang E 4th St)
(04) 2237-9101
Hours: 7 am-10 pm
10% service charge.
Credit cards not accepted.

A top-quality name in itself, Feeling Life is a vegetarian-style restaurant that offers not only natural, fine cuisine, but also incorporates country-style cooking into its dishes. Lots of wide windows brighten up the restaurant with natural lighting. European-style decor and plants add to the comfortable atmosphere for enjoying the fine, French vegetarian dishes. Brunch items start at NT$45 with choices like baked rice dishes, pizza, grilled dumplings, and grilled corn cakes. Some of the chef's recommended dishes include: Pan-roasted King Mushroom with Dijon Mustard Sauce and Herb Polenta (NT$280), and Fresh Vegetable and Mix Nuts Pumpkin Risotto (NT$280). --By Niang Chen, translated by Ann Lee

A. The Baked Cheese Vegetable Pizza (NT$240) is a country-style pizza loaded with healthy ingredients. Topped with creamy cheese, seasonal vegetables, mashed potatoes, mushrooms, broccoli and cauliflower, this popular dish will give you all the energy you need!

B. The dreamy Baked Herb Souffle with Fruit Ice Cream (NT$220) is a made-to-order dessert that is baked on low heat. The crispy warm cake is stuffed with rich egg tart and topped with fruit and ice cream.

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