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COMPASS MAGAZINE > January 2015

P+ House

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P+ House

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P+ House

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P+ House

(04) 2327-2289
20, JingCheng 5th St, West Dist
Hours: 10 am-11 pm (last order 10:30 pm; closed Tue.)
English menu.
Free Wi-Fi.
Cash only.
10% service charge.

"P" here stands for "popover", a light, hollow egg-batter roll and American version of Britain's Yorkshire pudding. P+ may be Taiwan's only spot to enjoy these unique treats, discovered by the owners overseas. Besides nine regular popovers, there are another six breakfast (10 a.m.-12 noon) popovers, ranging from the Bacon, Scrambled Egg with Popover (NT$200, with salad, fries, drink) to omelet and Eggs Benedict varieties. Non-popover entrees include pasta and risotto and there's a NT$260 2-5 p.m. afternoon tea and NT$220 weekday lunch set. Drinks include imported Kusmi Tea, beer and wine. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by S. Ying

A. The Deep Fried Shrimp, Avocado and Beef Patty Popover (NT$260) is one of several unique combinations, like Kings Elvis (banana, peanut butter) and Bloody Eye (sunny side up egg, spicy sauce).

B. The Homemade Scotch Egg (NT$180) is among many starters on the menu, and the crunchy-outside, soft-inside Brownie and Movenpick Vanilla Ice Cream (NT$200) is a must-try dessert.

C. Located in a renovated two-floor house, P+ has a cozy, relaxing ambiance.

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