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COMPASS MAGAZINE, June 2003

THE LONDONER

143, HuaMei West St.
停業 Clorsed

Right across from People's Park on GungYi (KungYi) Road, The Londoner is hard to miss with a wide outdoor terrace, outdoor pool table and imposing Greek columns. During the afternoon, it is a sunny lunch spot, with a range of sandwiches on offer for NT$120. In the evening, the dinner menu is as cosmopolitan as the city this place is named after, with pasta and pizza (NT$150-NT$250), Thai curries (NT$200) and chicken and lamb kebabs on pitas (NT$220). Of course, there are British specialities, like Chip Butty (NT$120), Fish and Chips (NT$200) and Cottage Pie (NT$200). In the evening, The Londoner transforms into a stylish, blue-lit nightlife spot, with a dance floor, stage for live bands, satellite TV, comfy sofa area and the outdoor terrace and bar area. Large ceiling fans keep the cigarette smoke to a minimum and lend to an open, airy feeling. Bottled beer is NT$120, draft beer NT$120+, cocktails NT$140 and shots of tequila and sambuca go for NT$100. -- By Donovan Smith

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