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COMPASS MAGAZINE, April 2001. VOL.87 ISSUE 4

taichung tea and coffee

MOD CAFE
43, Ching Ming 2nd Street
Tel: (04) 2328-2823
Hours: 5 pm-2 am

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Mod is the kind of place where it's easy to pretend one is sitting in a swanky little hang-out somewhere in, perhaps, Miami or San Juan. Thanks to the efforts of manager Wilson Chu--a Hong Kong native--and May Wang, this neat place exudes a Latin sort of feeling, with plenty of tropical plants, candle-lit tables, bright colors, Latino music, Cuban cigars and other nice touches. From 5 to 10 pm, guests may order main-course items, which change every three weeks. These include dishes like Pan-Fried Chicken Breast with Cajun butter sauce (NT$320) or Grilled Lamb Fillet with honey mustard sauce (NT$380), with prices including soup, salad, vegetable and rice, spaghetti or potato. There are also snacks, available after 10 pm, like goose liver pate with red wine dressing (NT$280), potato skins with cheese and bacon, nachos with cheese dip and deep-fried brie or camembert with walnut dressing. There are cocktails and non-alcoholic mocktails (NT$200-NT$300) and NT$150 beers; drinks are 50 percent off with when ordered with meals. Wine and cigars may be enjoyed in the cool-looking lounge upstairs, complete with stuffed leather chairs and low lighting. Mod Cafe is one street over and about a block up from the famous Chingming 1st Street, or cafe street.

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