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COMPASS MAGAZINE > June 2017

 

La Vino Bistro

(04) 2239-1365
78-1, DongShan Rd, Sec 2, Beitun Dist
Hours: 11 am-11 pm (closed Tue)

Dakeng Scenic Area visitors can't miss La Vino's Greek-style blue-and-white building, in front of King Bridge Hotel and old 737 airplane. Customers can enjoy reasonably-priced Mediterranean/western style lunches and dinners, afternoon tea time (12-5 p.m.), and (after 8 p.m.) cocktails in the relaxing, attractive interior with seating at tables and bars facing the blue-framed windows. Entrees include risotto (NT$220-280), Spanish Paella (NT$380), pasta dishes (NT$260-380), baked items, and three chef's specials like Pan-Fried Matsusaka Pork (NT$300) and Hungarian Red Wine Stewed Beef (NT$320), served with healthy black rice. Add NT$110 to any entree for set with soup, bread, dessert and drink. Sometime in June, this menu may be limited to lunch as dinners shift to menu-less creative fusion-style set meals, complete with paired wines. All selections on the well-priced Old/New World wine list are available by the bottle (from NT$599) or glass (from NT$150) and there are German and Belgian beers (NT$180) as well coffees/teas (NT$100-150) and various desserts. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang

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