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COMPASS MAGAZINE, February2001. VOL. 8 ISSUE 2


CHAMPS ELYSEES (HOWARD PRINCE HOTEL)

1F, 129, An Ho Road
Tel: 2463-2323; Hours: 10-1 a.m. (dining begins 11:30 a.m.)

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Anyone who hasn't gone by the Howard Prince Hotel recently needs to check out what is easily the most striking, attractive and unique hotel lobby bar/coffee shop in the city. A complete renovation has transformed Champs Elysees, on the first floor, into a club-like lounge, complete with plenty of comfortable sofas, a cool-looking neon-lit bar and--most striking of all--a couple of blue-tiled, water-filled ponds connected by a small channel that curves between the tables.Along with the new decor is a new Light Supper Ultra Value menu section with tasty, NT$240 selections for midnight snackers (available 9:30 p.m.-1 a.m.).This includes Waffles, American Pancakes, the All-American Burger, Lasagna, and the Two-Egg Set--and all come with juices and extras like bacon. Other menu items are also good, with soups, salads and Western and Asian courses, from Shrimp Won-Ton Soup to pastas. Soft drinks are NT$110, beers are about NT$140 and there are mixed drinks, coffees and other concoctions.

 

 

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