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COMPASS MAGAZINE, January2003. VOL.2 ISSUE 12

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18-15, Jing Cheng 16th St., Taichung City
(04) 2328-3972
Hours: 1 pm -12 midnight, closed on the last two days of the month

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     This restaurant is located near the intersection of Jing Cheng (Ching Cheng) and Kung Yi roads. Its simple and bright decor uses a combination of white and gray, presenting a dignified, elegant feeling. A unique feature is the "seashell chairs." These steel-and-plastic innovations are the latest trend to hit interior design magazines. Lounge in one of these chairs while sipping Illy coffee from Copenhagen chinaware, with romantic jazz music playing in the background. Can life get better than that? Guests can also enjoy a cappuccino (NT$100) or a creamy latte (NT$120). Or are yu in the mood for mother nature's best? Try a homemade, all-natural blueberry sorbet (NT$150) or freshly-squeezed juice (NT$100). These drinks are the perfect complement to waffles, sandwiches, fluffy slices of toast and calzone offered here. The calzones made with smoked chicken and cheese and with mustard and a dash of seasoning, is also definitely worth a try (NT$60/serving). This is one your taste buds will thank you for!

 

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