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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2011

Say Cheese

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Say Cheese

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Say Cheese

(04) 2327-2597
282, DaDun 11th St, Nantun District
Hours: 11 am-10 pm, holidays 11am-11pm
(Last order: 9 pm weekdays, 10 pm holidays)
Wireless Internet available.
Credit cards not accepted. No service charge.

This little American-style burger joint is located on the corner of Dadun 11th Street and Lane 280, Dadun 11th Street. With a bit of creativity and courage, youthful owner Wudi has made his dream come true by opening this diner with his friends. The chef worked before in a Japanese restaurant, and meticulously continues to construct every dish the same way he once made Japanese delicacies. Say Cheese offers various set meals and side dishes, and there's a daily "chef's choice" set for only NT$100. --By Amlex Hsu, translated by Angel Pu

A. Jumbo Burger (NT$300 with fries, onion rings, or mashed potatoes) contains double layers of solid-textured beef, rich cheese and crispy bacon, making it perfect for anyone craving a giant hamburger.

B. The Tornado Burger (NT$220 with fries, onion rings, or mashed potatoes) features big oil-fried onions, a handmade beef patty and specially-made tartar sauce encased between two buns. The owner says that diners simply need to flatten this sizable sandwich between their hands before consuming it.

Say CheeseC. The limited-quantity Chicken Wings with Cheese (NT$120/4 wings) has boneless chicken wings with a cheese stuffing. just one bite, diners can enjoy the chicken skin's crispiness and rich, creamy cheese melting in their mouths.

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