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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2017

 

Fleur De Sel French Restaurant & Tapas Bar

(04) 2372-6526
581-1, ShiZheng Rd, Xitun Dist
Hours: 12-3 pm (last order 2 pm), 6-10 pm (last order 9 pm),
closed Mon

After closing its original Art Parkway site a few months ago, Fleur De Sel's new location gives it even higher standing as a leading Taichung destination for exquisite fine dining and architecture. Designed by French-American architectural partners Erik Amir and Dora Chi, the restaurant's striking, modern building, inspired by a cake box, offers facets to admire from every side and angle, from a sloping roofline to hidden garden. This encases two equally-appealing establishments--a 20-seat tapas bar with a la carte traditional and modern tapas offerings (from NT$220), grilled meat/seafood entrees, wines (NT$250/glass) and other drinks, plus a 42-seat French restaurant, which serves three regularly-changing "menu-less", seven-course modern French set dinners (NT$2880, NT$3880, NT$4880), plus several more traditional four-course French lunch sets (NT$1580-1980). Chef/owner Justine Li's culinary expertise is showcased by five-star service, architectural elements like a gold, curtain-like titanium-coated wall, Danish MatzForm designer calfskin seating, Christofle silverware, and handmade Hering Berlin China. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Anna Yang

Fleur De Sel French Restaurant & Tapas Bar Fleur De Sel French Restaurant & Tapas Bar
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