MAGAZINE June 2001. VOL.8 ISSUE 6
Cafe, whose name stands for 'classic and
is an attractive new place on the corner with Yungchun East
Road, out in the booming eighth redevelopment zone. There
are plenty of excellent coffees and teas on the menu, made respectively
from exceptional Italian Lavazza coffee beans and English Wedgwood
(the dishware maker) teas. Coffees range from the NT$90 espresso
to the NT$130 apricot walnut cappuccino, and there are juices, shakes,
beers and other beverages. Unlike many other cafes, however,
CF equally stresses its excellent extensive menu of dining items,
illustrated on a nice Chinese/English menu. Mondays through
Fridays, there are NT$180 business lunches that include appetizer,
salad, soup, a choice from two main courses, egg, rice and vegetables,
with any drink added for NT$50. Bigger main-course items,
which include most of the above, range from Half Spring Chicken
(NT$380) to Tournedos of Beef Tenderloin Rossini (NT$420).
There are also XO sauce dishes, Japanese-style noodles, hot pots
(NT$200), currries, desserts, snacks and NT$150 kids meals.
There is convenient parking around and near the restaurant.