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COMPASS MAGAZINE, July 2002

Amanda
1, Lane 12, JingCheng (ChingCheng) 8th St.
Tel: (04) 2326-1955
Hours: 10 am-10:30 pm (closed Thursdays)

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The area around Jing Cheng Street has long been known as Taichung's "Little Europe", with its meandering alleys full of exotic flavors. Take a stroll through this neighborhood and you will come across a variety of cafes. That is just how I discovered Amanda. The greenhouse-like French windows were the initial attraction. I thought of how nice it would be to sit in one of the green wicker chairs and enjoy the warmth of the sunlight trickling in through the thin white curtains. The interior is surprisingly roomy and bright, and filled with clothes, knick-knacks and dolls of all sizes, many of which can be purchased. The dolls' outfits are imitations of famous brand-name fashions handmade by the owner.
Try the English-style Afternoon Tea (NT$150), which comes with a sandwich, vanilla cookie, homemade cake and Amanda's special Vanilla Garden tea, a delicious blend of nine different kinds of vanilla. It's a perfect way to spend a lazy afternoon.

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