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COMPASS MAGAZINE, May 2006

COFFEEER

(04) 2378-1222
172, WuQuan West 4th Street
Hours:11:30 am-11 pm
No service charge. Credit cards not accepted.

--By Niang Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra

The interior decor at Coffeeer is simple and modern, as ceiling-to-floor windows provide excellent lighting and a great view. The clean, spacious environment is relaxing and comfortable, as customers can sit down on a sofa for a great cup of coffee and enjoy the view of the lovely green parkway. Coffee lovers may share their coffee passions at Coffeeer. If you like the original taste of coffee, the manager recommends their Coffeeer Regular Coffee (NT$120), a single blend prepared from an espresso maker. If you like Italian-style coffees, the Latte (NT$120) is smooth and the Cappuccino (NT$110) is creamy, both prepared from rich coffee and top-grade, fresh milk. The lovely patterns made on these coffees also add to the enjoyment. Apart from coffee, they also offer sodas in different flavors, imported, flavored black and green teas from Japan, and light snacks such as waffles and croissant sandwiches. Free wireless Internet service is also available for busy people who would like to enjoy a cup of good coffee while they work.

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