189, ChongDe Rd, Sec 3, Beitun District
Hours: 10 am-10 pm,
last order at 9 pm
10% service charge.
Credit cards accepted.
If you are craving good Italian food and ambiance, but not the gourmet prices that sometimes comes with this, there is remedy to your dilemma. Yi Milan, a newly-opened Italian restaurant on ChongDe Road, offers all of its dishes for under NT$200. Wedged between McDonald's and Starbucks, Yi Milan serves Italian-style pastas and risotto (NT$165) and handmade-crust pizza (NT$195). Main courses are listed in both English and Chinese, but dessert and beverage listings are only in Chinese. A combo meal can also be purchased for NT$120 and includes handmade bread together with the soup of the day, a salad with a choice of three dressings, a dessert and beverage. Other individually purchased drinks include soft drinks (NT$45), coffee (NT$75) and beer. There are also only three dessert options (NT$45). --By Betsy Shepard, translated by Angel Pu
A. Yi Milan's interior is chic and inviting, with diligent staff making sure customers' needs are met.
B. Featuring a handmade crispy crust and straightforward toppings, the Basic Cheese Tomato Basil Pizza (NT$195) nicely combines the sourness of tomatoes and richness of cheese. This is a dish that won't disappoint the palate despite its simple ingredients.
C. Ice cream is served at the end of a meal combo meal, which costs an additional NT$120.