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COMPASS MAGAZINE, June 2001. VOL. 8 ISSUE 6

BIANCA CAFE
6, lane 6, YiShu North Street, Long Jing Township
Tel: 2632-9958
Hours: 11 am-12 midnight

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This new cafe, located just around the corner from Tswen Chung Street and Papa Mio Italian Restaurant (whose owner gives the cafe a thumbs-up) looks nice enough from the outside. However, it is the interior that is really striking, with a cool, quiet, modern decor that is pleasant and soothing.Specializing in high-end siphon-made coffees, Bianca offers Italian-style coffees like the NT$120 ristretto or the NT$130 cappuccino and more special creations, like coffee with lavender or rosebud. There are various imported European and Chinese teas, like Earl Grey, apple, and fresh kumquat, starting at NT$150. Herbal teas come in flavors like dried chicory, mint and violet. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m., there are set lunches and dinners available, including items like Roasted Drumstick with Orange Sauce (NT$230) and Fried Short Ribs (NT$250), that come with rice, soup, beverage and dessert. Available all day are three types of lasagne, cheese rice dishes, soups and desserts. Bianca has another.

 

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