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COMPASS MAGAZINE, October 2005

C.U. CLUB

 

(04) 2310-5729
2, JingCheng 1st Street, 2F
Hours:9 pm-3 am, weekends 9 pm-4 am

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--By Catherine Liu, translated by Cara Steenstra

According to C.U. Club's Ezen, artistic creation has its roots in the "collective unconscious", which gives this club its name. C.U. Club definitely exudes a unique artistic vibe when compared to most other local pubs. To enter the club, you must first get into a custom-made iron cage elevator, which feels like something transported out of an old building in the eastern United States. Close the elevator's iron door, head to the second floor and you will see many symbols created out of what looks like electrical wiring. The interior contains several sofa areas and there are also three different areas with three completely different atmospheres--the Chill-Out Room, Boom Boom Room and Outdoor Room. Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday there are choices between NT$2,000, NT$3,000, NT$4,000 and NT$8,000 tables. For the rest of the week, there is only a minimum bill of NT$250 per person. Whiskeys are the main attraction at C.U. Club, which has a wider whiskey selection than most places. The menu also offers a great variety of dishes, such as the Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Brazil Sauce (NT$360), which is a great value for high quality and flavor. Their house cocktail, the C.U. Special Cocktail (NT$300), is worth a try, too.

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