The crispy, flavory German Pork
Knuckle (NT$368/set) comes
with honey mustard sauce and
sauerkraut. This reasonably-
priced set meal is a top choice
for those have a big appetite.
By Niang Chen
Translated by Angel Pu
210-8, WenXin Rd, Sec 4, North Dist.; (04) 2298-6326
Hours: 11 am-11 pm
Wireless Internet available.
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
Whether you're searching for a spot to enjoy a cool beverage out of the summer sun, or seeking a tasty meal, Just Cha offers just about everything you need, not only providing decent cuisine but also an exquisitely decorated environment. Here, the white sand, seashells, dried starfish and other interior decor will help you mentally escape to some exotic Southeast Asian destination as you enjoy your meals and drinks. To pass the time, the restaurant also offers magazines so diners can relax and browse while enjoying tasty beverages and snacks on the comfortable couches.
However, it's not just the inside area that's nice. Many diners love simply sitting on Just Cha's outdoors seats under the big umbrellas, surrounded by lush greenery and summer breezes while enjoying the establishment's uniquely refreshing Cactus Flower Tea (NT$130).
Besides the comfortable dining environment, Just Cha provides good food that regulars love. Tea Infused Dongpo Pork (NT$188/set, including rice, side dishes and soup), made with pork belly, scallions, ginger, rock sugar, rice wine and oolong tea, is one of owner Mr. Peng's favorite dishes because it conjures up childhood memories.
Left: Crispy Tofu (NT$50) goes great with Pearl Milk Tea (NT$80) or fresh Lemon Juice (NT$70).