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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2014

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(04) 2301-4881
56, XiangShang Rd, Sec 1, West Dist. (near YingCai Rd intersection)
Hours: 11:30 am-9 pm; afternoon tea 3-5 pm
Cash only.
No service charge.

An eye-catching, first-floor motorcycle display is among various motorcycles showcased by the owner, a big fan. Upstairs, the main seating area, with its huge industrial extractor fan and exhaust pipes, is a striking contrast to the brightly-decorated first floor. Food is mainly light meals and the Travelling Double-Layered Tart of Assorted Flavor is a signature dish, with the daily-varying tart flavors such as a chewy and aromatic shrimp version. Besides afternoon tea, afternoon wine is another good option, including sake, sparkling wine and a special organic German wine. Fried crispy fries and Japanese-style deep-fried Karaage Chicken Nuggets are great complements to these drinks. --By Sharon Zhang, translated by Alicia Yu

A. The aromatic Top-Ranked Hida Beef (NT$248) uses pickled beef roasted at high temperature and can be relished inside focaccia bread.

B. The secret to the Travelling Double-Layered Tarts of Assorted Flavor (NT$188) is actually the bacon egg tart and assorted tart fillings. This dish includes French bread, salad and fries.

C. German Afternoon Wine Set of Great Excitement (NT$286)

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

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