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COMPASS MAGAZINE, May 2003
SHUI WU CHUAN (WATER DANCE) TEAHOUSE

50, Chungteh Road, section 2
(04) 2236-8989;
Hours: 11-2 am

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       Yet another addition to Taichung's big-and-beautiful teahouse scene, Shui Wu Chuan is the fourth and most recent addition for this chain. Located near the intersection of Chungteh and Beiping roads, this architectural showpiece is surfaced in rough-cut grey stone on the outside, with atmospheric, subdued lighting inside. In keeping with the teahouse's "people and tea, people and water" theme, there are water-filled areas inside and outside. Semi-outdoor seating is found along a large balcony in the back and under a lattice-covered area in front. The menus, found on each table and filled out by customers, feature the standard teahouse fare. Food includes rice and noodle dishes (NT$100-220) like Brazilian Onion Chicken Rice and Szechuan Spicy Chicken Ball Rice. There are pork, beef and other individual hot pot options (NT$180-220), plus tea snacks like "jaotse" boiled dumplings, "maudou" "hairy" beans, peanut butter toast, Guilin Pudding, and a wide range of Cantonese dim sum snacks. Drinks include fruit, flower, herbal and milk teas (NT$70-NT$150), plus some coffees. For those looking for a healthy drink, the menu is topped by four fruit vinegar drinks with flavors like mulberry and pineapple. A huge plus for this teahouse is its big parking lot next door.

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