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COMPASS MAGAZINE > July 2014

Bravo Beer

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Bravo Beer

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Bravo Beer

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Bravo Beer

435, WenXin Rd, Sec 1, Nantun Dist.
(04) 3702-3667
Hours: 11:30 am-12 am; Fri & Sat 11:30 am-2 am
live music 8:30-10:30 pm
English menu available.
Creadit cards accepted.

10% service charge.

With an emphasis on Belgian beer together with inspired cuisine, Bravo Beer now has three Taichung restaurants. The general decor features geometrical structures and large windows, providing a European-style bistro atmosphere. Working off of their memory and expertise, in-house specialists can help customers select an ideal Belgian bottled beer from the hundreds available. Bravo also offers the rare treat of a hookah, with flavors like fruit beer, and whiskey (NT$400-750). --By Uvia Chang, translated by Holmes Chang

A. The pictured Creamy Spinach Bacon with Egg Yolk Fettuccine (NT$280) includes strongly-flavored handmade noodles and a fresh raw eggs with a creamy sauce, all smoothly blended together. Also shown is a filling combination brunch, available all day, with salad, french fries, handmade bread and German sausage with tomatoes.

B. Prices average about NT$180/bottle for a changing variety of beers.

C. Beef Stew with Belgian Beer (NT$550) features thick, savory beef with wine, a mild, well-mixed flavor combination.

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

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