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COMPASS MAGAZINE > December 2013

Little London

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Little London

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Little London

(04) 2285-2865
67, RenYi St, South Dist.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10 am-10 pm, Sat./Sun. 8 am-10 pm
Wi-Fi available.
English menu available.
Cash only.
No service charge.

The couple who runs this restaurant studied in England and wanted to open a "British street-style" cafe after they returned to Taiwan, so most of the decorations are from London. They offer brunch, afternoon tea, pancakes, pasta (available all day), handmade light meals (NT$40-135), coffee and tea (NT$35-120). The bright, relaxing dining area includes a private room, equipped with a projector, that can be used for meetings. --By Ann Li, translated by Angel Pu, photos by Pedro Lucas Teixeira Pinho

A. Little London has a stylish-looking exterior, too.

B. Spaghetti with Chicken and Mushrooms in Cream Sauce (NT$129; set meal NT$179) is pictured with the Oregon Chicken Thigh brunch with Oreo Chocolate Frappe (NT$80).

Little LondonC. Pancakes with Azuki Beans and Green Tea Ice Cream (NT$135) features pancakes, made with a homemade mix, that are crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and go great with smooth, creamy green-tea ice cream. The sour, sweet, pulpy Fresh Fruit Tea contains passion fruit, yuzu jam, apples and tangerines.

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