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COMPASS MAGAZINE > September 2012
   

Cafe Buddha

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Cafe Buddha

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Cafe Buddha

7, YongXin Lane, WenHua Rd, Xitun Dist.;
(04) 2452-7915
Hours: 12 pm-2 am
English/Chinese menu
Wireless Internet available.
Credit cards not accepted.
No 10% service charge.

Located in a tranquil neighborhood near Fengjia (Fengchia) Night Market, this stylish coffee shop was opened by Mr. Hsu, who studied architecture in Britain. While the interesting Buddha Cafe name may express its purpose as a refuge for those seeking a peaceful place to rest their bodies and souls, this place also has a British rock-inspired twist added by the owner. --By Niang Chen, translated by Angel

A. In the heart of the bustling Fengjia (Fengchia) business district, Buddha Cafe's architectural combination of concrete, wood and eco-friendly materials is both attractive and unique.

B. The makings of a relaxing, carefree afternoon: Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc white beer (NT$160) with a refreshing Smoked Chicken & Potato Salad Sandwich (NT$135).

Cafe BuddhaC. Buddha Special Blend Coffee (NT$125) contains aromatic coffee, smooth coffee jelly and fresh whipped cream. The crispy Strawberry Ice Cream Waffle (NT$150) includes sweet vanilla and strawberry ice cream.

Compass Magazine is required by law to remind you not to drink and drive.

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