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COMPASS MAGAZINE, July 2003
SUCRE ET JUS 

26-3, Lane 20, Feng Chia Road
(04) 3503-9905
Hours: 12-10:30 pm (to 11:30 pm holidays)

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       Owner Charlene Chen was inspired to open this comfortable little place during her many trips to Japan and says it mixes Japanese and Western flavors. Located on a busy little alley near Feng Chia University, Sucre Et Jus stands apart from its neighbors, as the ceiling-to-floor glass partition looks in a orange-tinted, peaceful-looking interior, featuring modern Japanese art and motifs, light wood flooring, and small tables covered with Japanese-motif placemats. The similar, spacious upstairs area is frequently used for student group gatherings and study sessions. Throughout the day and night, there is relaxing lounge and other music. The most exceptional thing here, though, is the unique drinks and snacks that also are Japanese-inspired and use healthy ingredients. These include items like the "Light Snow" (NT$75) a cold, refreshing combination of the Japanese Calpis drink and dry sake; a NT$40 tasty shaved-ice-like combination of green tea ice and jelly squares and red beans ("yu jr jin shr"); and the sesame pudding (NT$30). Heading towards Feng Chia gate from the Feng Chia Road McDonald's, turn left at the first lane and right on the second alley, and it's a couple stores up on the right.

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