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COMPASS MAGAZINE > October 2013
   

Liz Gastromie
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Liz Gastromie
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Liz Gastromie

532, YingCai Rd, West Dist., 1F (Hotel ONE)
(04) 3702-6666
Hours: 8:30 am-10 pm
English menu available.
Credit cards accepted.
Parking lot available.

This French-style patisserie is the third branch of an expanding Landis Dining Group chain and offers a broad range of European-style breads, cakes, pastries, coffees (NT$70-80) and teas. Many items sold here are noted as either pure or ovo-lacto vegetarian. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. Blueberry Tarts (NT$150) are among a selection of desserts and pastries such as the Alsace Apple Tart (NT$100), Apple Mille-Feuille, Tahiti Vanilla Double Puff, Madeline cakes (NT$105-120 for 4), macarons, muffins and cookies. Four, six and eight inch cakes like the popular German Black Forest (NT$480 4-inch) and Caramel Coffee Mousse (NT$880 8-inch) cakes are also available (pre-order 8-inch cakes 3 days in advance).

B. About 20 types of bread are available daily out of 100-plus varieties, including baguettes (NT$70-125), Danish pastries (NT$45-55), German Bread (NT$120), Onion Ciabatta, Brown Sugar Fig Bread, and Basil Multigra

Liz GastromieC. The attractive, lavender-colored bakery, located in Hotel ONE's lobby, also has a few tables for sit-down customers.

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