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COMPASS MAGAZINE > July 2008

Caffe Ritazza

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Caffe Ritazza

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Caffe Ritazza

8, KaoTie N Rd, Wurih Township, Taichung County
(inside HSR station, close to exit 2 & 3)
(04) 3600-1295 / 3600-1296
Hours: 7 am-10 pm (cafe)
10 am-8:30 pm (/noodle shop)
Credit cards accepted.

Located inside the Taichung High Speed Rail Station, Caffe Ritazza seats around 60 people and is a convenient option for people traveling in and out of the city. They serve a range of coffees, pastries, paninis, ciabatta sandwiches, stuffed croissants, salads, and alcoholic drinks. Caffe Ritazza also sells an array of Asian-style dishes, like beef noodles, fried pork chops, chicken drumsticks (NT$150), Japanese-style ramen, and Korean-style kimchi (spicy cabbage) noodles. --By Ann Li, translated by Ann Lee

A. Cappuccino (NT$95/medium) is brewed from hand-picked Arabica beans, which have been carefully selected for quality. You may want to sprinkle some cinnamon powder on top for a great flavor.

B. The Oriental BBQ Chicken Ciabatta Set meal (NT$139, NT$115/a la carte) comes with a cup of Americano. It's made with specially-blended, sweet teriyaki barbecue sauce and tender chicken breasts.

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