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Delys & Sens

(04) 2471-0033
151, DaDun 7th St, Nantun Dist
Hours: 11 am-9 pm; dining hours 11 am-2 pm (last order 1 pm),
5:30-9 pm (last order 8 pm),
closed Tue.
English menu.
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

This upscale French restaurant and patisserie has a classy, but chilled-out, lounge-like ambiance with 18 inside seats plus an attractive covered outdoor garden and seating area. The French-Taiwanese owners and French chef Axel Baracassa offer a mix of southern French and Mediterranean set meals. Diners choose from a regularly-updated selection of six main entrees, like the popular Duckling Breast Fillet with an Orange Sauce served with a Green Peas Puree and Glazed Carrots (NT$1480) and Beef Filet with Black Truffle Sauce and Delicate Truffled Mashed Potatoes (NT$1680). These come with choices from among three starters (such as Perigord-Style Salad with Warm Shredded Duck Confit and Diced Bacon) and three soups, the pastry/dessert selection, and a coffee/tea drink. On the patisserie side, a wide variety of exquisite French desserts are available for dine-in and take-out, including cakes, tarts, crumbles, eclairs, macarons and homemade sorbet. Coffees, teas, juices and wines are also served. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang

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