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COMPASS MAGAZINE, March 2002

Chun Fei Hsiao Hsiao
21, Jing Cheng (Ching Cheng) 8th St.
Tel: (04) 2320-2308
Hours: 11:30 am¡V11 pm Mon-Sun (closed Tuesdays)

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On New Year's Eve, I was looking for parking in a lane near JingMing (ChingMing) 1st Street. There was a big party there that night, so parking wasn't easy to find. During my search, I came across a small teahouse with soft candelight filtering through the windows, illuminating the garden outside. Since I was in a hurry, I didn't find out its name. Not long after, I was in a coffee shop and the owner of that shop told me about an interesting teahouse near JingCheng Road. I went to check it out and realized that this was the teahouse I had seen before. The owner, Ah Jiao, has personalized this teahouse with personal items, such as his grandmother¡¦s phonograph and antique Chinese armchairs and cabinets. Although Chun Fei Hsiao Hsiao is primarily considered a teahouse and has Chinese decor, it does serve coffee made from Italian Lavazza beans. Coffee choices include lattes (NT$140) and cappuccinos (NT$130). The drink menu also includes homemade "healthy vinegars" (NT$170) including ostmanthus and lavender flavors. There are also specialty milk teas (NT$140), including the very popular apple milk tea.

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