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COMPASS MAGAZINE > February 2015

Finga's Fine Foods

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Finga's Fine Foods

B.Finga's Fine Foods

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Finga's Fine Foods

(04) 2472-0965
Hours: weekdays 9:30 am-10 pm, Sat. 7:30 am-10 pm, Sun. 7:30 am-5 pm
English menu and Wi-Fi available.
No service charge.
Paid parking in nearby Wanshou Baseball Stadium basement lot (Dadun Rd entrance).

Taichung's oldest foreign-owned restaurant has moved to this bigger location, where it continues as a one-stop for all-day Western dining, imported groceries, about 30 types of European-style breads, various sausages and deli meats, and 10-12 sorbets and ice creams, all fresh-made by Finga's. Dining offerings have changed a bit, with popular pasta, breakfast, burger, sandwich (like the Reuben) and main-course items remaining, and joined by all-new items, plus regular specials noted on the blackboard. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by S. Ying

A. Chef/owner Dereke Bruce shows off one of his three all-new (and unique to Taiwan) 10-inch sourdough pizzas--the Pepperoni, Salami and Garlic (NT$310).

B. Among other new dishes is the Grilled Chicken, Eggplant, Roasted Garlic and Grilled Pepper Bruschetta (NT$260) open-faced sandwich, a filling lunch or dinner choice.

C. Besides the spacious inside first-floor dining, bakery, deli and grocery-store area, there is also an upstairs mezzanine with inside/outside tables, plus a third-floor room that can be booked for meetings of about 50 people.

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