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COMPASS MAGAZINE, May 2002

TEA BREAK FOUNTAIN
68, Kung Yi Road
(04) 3500-8816;
Hours: 11-2 am

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When it comes to pleasant locations to enjoy warm summer days and evenings, it's hard to beat this new teahouse restaurant, located on the first-floor corner of the E-Power building (formerly Top Mall). At least half of the 200 seats are outside, around umbrella-covered tables on an elevated wooden deck and balcony area that provides good views and catches the breeze nicely. The vast majority of drinks are green and black teas and tea-based drinks, ranging from NT$66 for medium size to NT$128 for large. This includes milk teas, flower teas and herbal teas (divided into male and female varieties). There are a few coffees, too. Snacks and meals are mostly-Asian fare including Japanese-style rice boxes, noodles, boiled dumplings, Chinese beef and chicken rice meals, sandwiches and Cantonese-style "dim sum" snacks.

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