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COMPASS MAGAZINE, June 2001. VOL. 8 ISSUE 6

PARITY COFFEE
447, Chienhsing Road
Tel: (04) 2203-2151
Hours: 9 a.m.-1 a.m.

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The Parity Coffee chain has opened yet another big attractive cafe this time on Chienhsing Road on the former site of Ponderosa Steak House. Dozens of customers can enjoy seating outdoors, under umbrella-shaded tables, or inside, where a modern decor using high ceilings, plenty of glass and other touches creates a cool, comfortable feeling particularly well-suited for summer afternoons. A wide range of food or drinks may be ordered, using checklist menus on each table. The usual variety of coffees (NT$50-NT$80) and milk, green, black and flower tea concoctions (NT$60-NT$80) are available in hot or iced versions. Traditional pots of tea can be had for NT$120 and there are also juices and crushed ice drinks. From 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday, the cafe gives three choices—¼)including fish and pork chop--of NT$125 business lunches which come with soup and iced tea. For the same or slightly-higher prices are various types of noodles, hot pot selections and other entrees. Snacks are all under NT$100 and include Italian-style coffee pudding, sandwiches, various kinds of toast and Chinese items like hairy beans.

 

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