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COMPASS MAGAZINE, Februaryr 2003
TEA-WORK

21, Wen Shin Road , section 2
(04) 2258-8666; Hours: 10-3 am
http://www.teawork.com.tw

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       In a city of attractive tea houses and cafes, this new establishment still manages to turn heads with its striking architecture and setting. Located on the corner of Wenshin Road, section 2, and Shr Jeng Road, Tea Break is housed in two long, contemporary-looking buildings made from bare concrete and glass. An outdoor deck, constructed from old railroad ties with tables and heat lamps, connects to the low, front building. This structure, in turn, is connected to the back two-floor building, featuring fountains and more indoor and outdoor tables. Upward-sloping grass lawns surround both structures. The menus (Chinese only), filled out at tables, follow the fairly traditional route for such places, with a doznes of hot and iced coffees and black, green, milk, flower and herbal teas (NT$60-120), plus frappes and draft beer. Equally-extensive food selections include pasta and mostly-Asian rice and noodle dishes (NT$160-250), a number of fried rice choices (including Korean and Thai style), and barbecue and hot pot items. There is also the usual selection of snacks and sandwiches. Those driving can enjoy use of the parking lot out back.

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