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COMPASS MAGAZINE, February 2006

CAFE MIO

277, DaDun Road
(04) 2475-1797
Hours:8 am-6 pm

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---- By Ivy Shih Translated by Cara Steenstra

I happened to notice this lovely little cafe on DaDun Road one very cold morning. Walking in, I was greeted with the rich aroma of coffee and cake. The warm lighting, reflecting off the pastel orange bar, cast away the cold winter sensations and replaced them with the cozy atmosphere of coffee and music.

You can try one of their breakfasts here, with a choice of bagel or buttery-flavored bread combined with yummy scrambled eggs and juicy German sausage, or a light, fresh green salad. Top it all off with a nice cup of Americano coffee for a satisfying morning.

Cafe Mio's prices are very reasonable, as everything is between NT$140 and NT$450. The Americano Coffee is addictive--a warm, thick mug full of hot coffee made from high-grade coffee beans. The smooth aroma and its gentle aftertaste dispel all rumors that American coffee is bland. For those of you who are more adventurous, there is the strong espresso. The cafe's latte, Caramel Macchiatto and single-blend coffees are also popular with ladies. Non-coffee drinkers can try their special apple drink, the Iced Plum Vinegar drink, or the Combination Vegetable and Fruit Juice.
In addition, Cafe Mio offers Bacon and Smoked Chicken with Bread, Club Sandwich Bread Rolls, Bagels with Raspberry Jam, Waffles with Tuna Salad and, if you are really hungry, they also serve South East Asian Curry with Rice and some pasta dishes.

 

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