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COMPASS MAGAZINE, June 2001. VOL. 8 ISSUE 6

FU SHUI AN TEA & COFFEE
198, Wuchang Street , Taichung City
Tel: (04) 2208-5122
Hours: 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

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Fu Shui An is one of a cute trio of little cafe teahouses (see following two listings) to open next to Caccia Italian Restaurant, just off of Chienhsing Road near the Hsueh Shih Road intersection. The cozy interior of the cafe offers seating on two levels inside, including a balcony mezzanine area. Teas make up the larger part of the drink menu, with most averaging between NT$50 and NT$80 and including milk, black and green teas of all flavors. Flower teas are slightly more at NT$100. There are also the usual selection of coffees for roughly the same price and some juices. Most meals, served between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m., include a 500cc free drink. Selections include beef, seafood and Japanese-style noodles, some rice dishes, sandwiches and hot pot, with the latter two choices offered in the afternoon and later in the evening. Prices average NT$80 to NT$150. Heading on Chienhsing Road towards Hsueh Shih Road from Taya Road, turn left onto the last lane before the intersection and Yumaoou supermarket.

 

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