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COMPASS MAGAZINE > August 2015

Forestpath

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Forestpath

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Forestpath

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Forestpath

(04) 2298-2238
131, WenXin Rd, Sec 4, Beitun Dist
Hours: 10:30 am-9 pm (closed Tue)
English menu.
Credit cards accepted.
No service charge.

Built by three like-minded young men out of Taiwan pine from their hometown of Guguan, Forestpath is a laid-back place for customers to relax in. Participating in cooking competitions to support themselves while they were still students, the owners strengthened their cooking skills and now offer food all day, including spaghetti, handmade burgers, entrees topped with baked cheese, and vegetables (NT$180-360). The bright, spacious store has reasonable prices and a section for kids. --By Niang Chen, translated by Eva Liao

A. Smoked Salmon Croissant (NT$209) is offered at breakfast and lunch and paired with eight kinds of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables such as lettuce, oriental plums, tomatoes and grapefruit, plus scrambled eggs and honey chestnut yams.

B. Crazy in Raspberry (NT$218)--handmade waffles topped with frosting, fresh berries and ice cream--is a delicious and beautiful-looking dessert.

C. Pan-seared Cherry Duck Breast Spaghetti (NT$300, NT$369/set meal) is served with salted cherry duck breast from Yilan, cooked medium well-done and paired with tomatoes, chicken bones and red wine sauce.

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