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COMPASS MAGAZINE > April 2015

PMAM

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PMAM

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PMAM

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PMAM

(04) 2328-5161
382, HuaMei St, West Dist
Hours: weekdays 11:30 am-2 am,holidays 11:30 am-3 am
meals served 11:30 am-9 pm
English drinks menu
No service charge.

PMAM's name hints that this is a restaurant during the day and late-night bar after 9 p.m. The creative cuisine here includes appetizers, risotto and pasta entrees, and waffles, while the long drinks list features cocktails, beers, wines and whiskies. The comfortable decor also ensures that this is a relaxing hangout for night owls. --By Uvia Chang, translated by S. Ying

A. Angel Hair Prawn Pasta (NT$290) is cooked with two kinds of tomatoes and prawns so fresh they can be eaten raw. Richly-seasoned Thai Style Chicken and Clam Risotto (NT$240) has slightly-spicy Thai seafood soup-like flavors perfect for diners wanting something a bit potent.

B. The tender, de-boned Cheesy Chicken Wings (NT$220) come with crispy skin, plus two cheeses stuffed inside the wings. The melted cheese in this dish make it a great pairing for wine (NT$200). Angus Beef Ribs (NT$280) are pan-fried with garlic and also go well with alcohol.

C. Ice Cream Fruit Waffles are topped with various fresh fruits and, together with a Latte, make a nice afternoon snack.

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

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