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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2013
   

Petite Amie
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Petite Amie
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Petite Amie

(04) 2375-7711
99, WuQuan W 3rd St, West Dist.
Hours: 11 am-9 pm
(opens 10 am Sat/Sun)
Credit cards accepted.

This classy French-style bakery, located along the Art Museum Parkway, aims to offer friendly, attentive service with its wide range of take-out pastries, made by an excellent chef trained at Le Cordon Bleu Japan. A variety of cookies and little sweets can also be selected for attractive gift boxes (6-18 items each). --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. Made with imported French Cacao Barry chocolate, the eight-inch chocolate mousse and cherry-filled cake La mode de Louis XIV (NT$1,280) joins a number of other seven-inch cakes (NT$680-1,280) that should be ordered at least one day in advance.

B. Fresh-made, sweet French mousse desserts and other treats (NT$100-150) like Mont Blanc, Tarte aux Pommes, and the popular Tarte aux Citron Meringuee (lemon tart) can be selected, in addition to a couple varieties of savory quiche.

Petite AmieC. Petite Amie's attractive, sunlit interior includes glass display cases with pastries as well as other gift products.

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