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COMPASS MAGAZINE > August 2012

Bon & Cheers

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Bon & Cheers

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Bon & Cheers

(04) 3700-4278
1049, JianXing Rd, 6F, West Dist. (Park Lane by Splendor)
11 am-10 pm (opens 10:30 weekends/holidays)
English/Chinese menu
www.boncheers.com.tw
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
Parking lot available.

Families will love this large restaurant, designed just for them. This first, flagship Bon & Cheers branch provides food plus plenty of play options for kids between 3 and 12, so that parents can relax. This includes a crafts-making area, coin-operated game room, padded play room for smaller kids, and a big, 30-40 person party room that can be booked for special events. The staff keeps an eye on kids, ensuring they don't leave the premises on their own. --By Doug Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. The colorful dining area is surrounded by play areas, giving parents a good view of where their kids are.

B. Super Banana Split (NT$480) is part of an American-style menu with steaks, ribs, salads, 12-inch pizzas (NT$360-450), fajitas, quesadillas, and kids' meals.

Bon & CheersC. A large, secure play room has plenty to keep little ones occupied and is open to diners and non-diners (NT$150 for 90 minutes on weekends and unlimited time weekdays).

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