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COMPASS MAGAZINE,June 2003. VOL.3 ISSUE 6

Oak's Cafe Inn

61, Jing Ming 1st Street
(04) 2319-5600
Hours: 11am–10pm

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     Walking on Jing Ming 1st Street is like strolling through France's Champs Elysees Avenue with the colorful umbrellas of varying shapes all conveying a sense of relaxing leisure that is one of the reasons why people like it here. I came upon the Oak's Cafe Inn by accident one day. The Oak's Cafe Inn has a wide variety of items: coffee, meals, small hot pots, ice shakes, herbal teas...etc. I ordered an afternoon tea special (NT$220), which comes with Earl Grey milk tea, cake, and fruit gelatin or pudding, while my friend ordered a cappuccino. Maybe because it was the weekend and the place was crowded, the two of us sat out on the breezy outdoor patio for a full 40 minutes, with only two glasses of water on the table, watching people bustling by. Perhaps because we felt relaxed, we didn't mind the delay of our order, instead, the frequent apologies from the waitresses made me a bit uneasy – the fact was, it felt blessed to be able to take a moment and enjoy this lushness of spring.

 

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