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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2012
   

Paul

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Paul

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Paul

111, TaiZhongGang (Taichung Port) Rd, Sec 2,
1F & 2F, Xitun District (Mitsikoshi Department Store)
(04) 2255-6270
Hours: breakfast/brunch 10:30 am-5 pm (holidays)
lunch/dinner 11 am-9 pm (weekdays), 10:30 am-9 pm (holidays), afternoon tea 2-6 pm
1F take-out counter.
English/Chinese menu
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

The high-quality breads that this international French bakery/restaurant chain offers contain at least two kinds of wheat flour and no artificial butter. Careful, meticulous baking and the exclusive use of top-quality ingredients ensure every Paul bakery in the world provides consistent quality products. The attractive, very European surroundings here underline the French-ness of this establishment and its dine-in and take-out products.--By Ann Li, translated by Angel Pu

A. Afternoon tea set for two (NT$760) includes chocolate bread, escargot raisin bread, two macarons, and two cakes. Strawberry Mille Feuille is very popular and contains delicious custard, fresh strawberries and crispy puff pastry layers that melt in your mouth.

B. The very popular Le Parisien breakfast set (NT$285) includes whole-wheat bread with yogurt and jam.

PaulC. From its front ordering and display counter to inside dining area, Paul feels every bit like the Parisien bakery and bistro that it is.

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