112, HuaMei W St, Sec 1, West District
Hours: 11 am-10 pm
10% service charge.
Credit cards not accepted.
This restaurant looks just as glamorous as its name. A few girlfriends, specializing in different kinds of cuisine, partnered up to create this attractive, very feminine and elegant shop. The main menu attractions are pastas, baked cheese dishes, thin-crust handmade pizzas and desserts. The texture of the pasta here is a compromise between Italian and Taiwanese tastes--not too soft nor too chewy. The key to this lies in fine-tuning cooking heat. There are a variety of ingredients that offer the healthy simplicity often found in Japanese food and each entree has its own pleasing individual appeal. --By Ruby Wu, translated by Sho Huang
A. The modern decor has black and white highlights with walls painted in a peach-pink, posts covered with mirrors on each side, and attractive female portraits. Other thoughtful and clever touches can be appreciated throughout the restaurant.
B. Japanese Zero Grill Chicken Pizza (NT$240) is freshly made with each order, using an abundance of ingredients--chicken, onion, celery, green peppers, tomatoes and ground garlic. Dip into the secret-recipe sauce, invented by the experienced Japanese chef, Zero, for a taste that changes with each bite, particularly when enjoying the crispy fragrant crust.
C. Honey Butter Chocolate Toast (NT$200) is one of the most popular desserts. The scrumptious crispy toast--topped with the homemade chocolate ice cream, custard sauce, doughnuts and coffee yogurt--is a chilly delight and perfect dessert to share with your friends.