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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2016

BABA

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BABA

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BABA

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BABA

(04) 2376-8555
88, HuaMei St, West Dist
Hours: 11:30 am-9:30 pm (closed Mon.)
English menu
Cash only.
No service charge.

This youthful-feeling, hip hang-out, located about half-way between XiangShang and WuQuan West roads, reflects the respective interests of its three owners--cooking, antiques, and skateboarding. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang, photos by Colin Hong

A. Customers can relax with drinks while surrounded by an eclectic collection of antiques (some for sale) and other decorations, much of it from overseas. On the second floor is similarly-decorated, equally cozy area with tables, plus an open space available for events and exhibitions.

B. For food, there are three hot pressed panini selections, like the pictured Peanut Butter Bacon (NT$160) variety, plus two waffle choices, like the Toffee & Ice Cream Waffle (NT$160). Hot and cold drinks include Americano coffee (NT$90-100), several latte and Twinings tea selections (NT$90-140), Marshmallow Chocolate, beer and alcoholic apple cider.

C. Displayed for sale are a variety of skateboarding gear and accessories, from decks to clothing and hats, are sold, plus some other items like 100% soy wax candles.

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

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