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COMPASS MAGAZINE, June 2003
LA BODEGA
 
3, Jing Cheng 2nd Street
(04) 2310-7006;
Hours: 6:30 pm-12 am

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       Once located above Supau Cafe, Taichung's only Spanish bar and restaurant has moved to a much-improved, larger place just off of Jing Cheng Road, about 50 meter behind Sogo II. The new La Bodega definitely has a bright, Mediterranean feel to it, with golden-yellow walls downstairs and white ones upstairs, tile-decorated counters and tables inside and outside. The first-floor bar has a variety of drinks, including Boddington's on tap (NT150), NT$120 bottled beers, spirits and cocktails, and Spanish wines, from the NT$700 Rioja El Cota (NT$150/glass) to the NT$2,100 Vina Mayor Riserva. One mustn't miss the "Espcialidad" Spanish special drinks, like Sangria (NT$120) or Tinto de Verano summer wine. Probably most exceptional is the menu, featuring a mix of Spanish tapas appetizers (NT$50-120), including Tortilla de patatas (Spanish omelette with potatoes), Calamares fritos (fried squid), and Gambas a la parilla (grilled prawn). There are also a la carte dishes, like paella (NT$250) and spaghetti, and sandwiches, such as Almeria (omelette with green salad) and Malaga (salad, tuna, eggs, tomato, onion). Upstairs, there is a pool table, darts and satellite projection TV, showing regular sporting competitions. To get there, take Jing Cheng Road from Taichung Gang Road and turn left at the second alley.

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