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COMPASS MAGAZINE > December 2013

October

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October

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October

15, JingCheng 4th St, West Dist.
停業 Closed

The owner here spent 10 months preparing to open, hence its name. From its beautifully-illustrated menu to Eastern-Western decor, October exudes a warm, friendly vibe. The menu includes light meals, European-style baked eggs, omelets, whole-wheat sandwiches, fresh bagels, baked tacos, salads and desserts--all fresh-made with healthy ingredients. Order a meal and there's a 50% discount on drinks, including alcoholic beverages, freshly-blended juices and coffee. --By Javier Siles, translated by Angel Pu

A. The delicious Handmade Beef Hamburger (NT$260) is made with a bagel. On the side is a baked potato and a bowl of seasonal fruit, topped with cereal and condensed milk. The Turned Banana Whirlwind (NT$130) is an interesting banana milkshake-Oreo combination; the Grand Marnier Cappuccino (NT$155) is perfect for cold weather.

B. A view of October's interior.

OctoberC. Mentaiko Omelette (NT$260) is filled with savory, gooey cheddar cheese and includes mushrooms, seasonal fruit, bread, and honey & sour cream sauce. The "Secret drinks" category on the menu includes Apple Princess Tea (NT$120, hot).

Compass Magazine is required by law to remind you not to drink and drive.

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