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COMPASS MAGAZINE > January 2013

Bistro Good Good Eat

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Bistro Good Good Eat

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Bistro Good Good Eat

(04) 2461-1360
27, GuoAn 1st Rd, Xitun Dist.
Hours: 11 am-3 pm (last lunch order 2 pm); 5:30-10 pm (last dinner order 9 pm)
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge.

Owner Bruce believes in only using local seasonal ingredients to create delicious dishes. His winter menu includes dozens of appetizers and adding NT$80 to any entree gets diners a pumpkin soup and bread. Besides the popular Romaine Heart Salad & Top Loin (NT$240), the stews and fried dishes are also recommended. The restaurant also offers pasta and risotto entrees, desserts, wines, beers, coffee and tea. --By Lishea Zheng, translated by Angel Pu

A. Grilled Calamari With Calamari Ink Risotto (NT$300) is tender and flavorful with a hint of bacon flavor.

B. The slightly-spicy Spaghetti With Clams (NT$240) is pictured with Raw Vegetables with Warm Anchovy Butter (NT$180, back left) and Sauteed Mushroom with Cream Omelet (MT$120), made with eggs from Changhua County's Puyan.

Bistro Good Good EatC. The fresh Orange Salad (NT$180) is only available in winter. Sicilian Sweet Eggplant & Bread (NT$160, right) is made with seasonal eggplants from Puli, plus tamarinds and green olives. The Pear Tart dessert is NT$70.

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