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COMPASS MAGAZINE, February 2006

WAR

(04) 2329-2688
22, MeiCun (Meitsun) Road, Section 1, B1
Hours: 5:30 pm-2 am
Visa and Mastercard Accepted. 10% Service Charge.
Parking is available in basement, spending NT$500 in War
provides one free hour of parking.

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--By Courtney Donovan Smith, translated by Ann Li

At War, the conflict begins at the entrance. Staff compete to entice visitors to go to either the Japanese section or the American area. Passing arrows in the walls and pikes on the ceiling, guests are led into a huge, 1,000-ping videogame fantasyland. Pockmarked walls, industrial construction, blast holes and artwork create a sense of curiosity at what is around the next corner. The dining areas, flanking the dance floor, are attractive and stylish. In the Japanese section, the all-barbecue menu's most popular item is the New Zealand Tenderloin (NT$180). On the American side, try the Deep Fried Jalapeno Pepper (NT$220). Both sides feature very experienced chefs. Bottled beers start at NT$128, and cocktails at NT$120. In spite of its battlefield appearance, War has invested heavily in quality. The staff has been trained by hotels in service and by models in deportment. Other touches include a giant contraption that allows you to win NT$1 million if you can pass a wand through the entire pathway. Every night features live DJs, dancing on the bar and games and shows. But, be careful, as there are modelling agent talent scouts in the crowd- possibly looking for you!

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