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COMPASS MAGAZINE > July 2014

Mini Mapper

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Mini Mapper

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Mini Mapper

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Mini Mapper

(04) 2452-1937
21, Lane 150, WenHua Rd, Xitun Dist.
Hours: 4-10 pm; Fri & Sat 4-11 pm (closed Mon/Tue.)
Wi-Fi available
Creadit cards accepted.

The petite Mapper Cafe, located in the Fengjia Night Market area, conceptually combines travel with lifestyle, topped off with take-out cocktail services. The decor features a 1950s-1960s circus and Broadway theme. Inspired by owner Malu's Korean travel experiences, attention is given to convenient, uniquely-designed dining utensils and easy-to-handle beverages. --By Natasha Lee, translated by Holmes Chang

A. Visitors are already praising the Rice Burger with Ginger Pork (NT$65) for its great flavors. Its soft, but compact, shredded ginger pork has a light aroma and is blended into the entire burger to exude a more noticeable taste.

B. Mini Mapper has a cafe-meets-bar style with interesting lamp-lit illumination, color scheme and interior design.

C. A variety of well-priced, flavorful, eye-catching, non-alcoholic beverages (NT$55-60) caters to area students, while alcoholic drinks average between NT$80 and NT$100.

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

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