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COMPASS MAGAZINE,May 2001. VOL.8 ISSUE 5

Taiwan Teahouses from Taiwan Fun introduces the Snake Kiln Teahouse in Taichung. (Hey, that's my friend Annie drinking Tea!!!)

Snake Kiln Teahouse
41, Ting Kan Lane, Ting Kan Tsun
Shuili Hsiang (Township), Nantou County

Tel: 049-277-0967
Hours: 8 am-5:30 pm


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If you are looking for a quiet, elegant place close to nature, where you can brew a pot of Chinese tea, Snake Kiln Teahouse is a good option. This teahouse is part of the Snake Kiln Ceramics Cultural Park (the focus of this month's Culture Corner). It is best to come during the week when there are fewer visitors, making it possible to enjoy the sounds of insects, birds and flowing water. High-quality Chinese tea, grown locally, is available starting from NT$400. There are traditional Chinese tea snacks such as peanuts (NT$50) and dried tofu (NT$30), as well as stir-fried vegetables (NT$60). If you are looking for something more substantial, try the shui jiao (boiled dumplings) for NT$30, fried rice (with soup, NT$80) or a set meal (NT$120). There are also cold drinks (starting from NT$20) and popsicles (NT$10). The Snake Kiln Teahouse offers friendly service, excellent teas and the opportunity to surround yourself with nature and the beauty of ceramic art pieces.

by Annie Liou

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