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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2013
   

Paris
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Paris
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Paris

20, SongZhu Rd, Sec 3, Beitun Dist.
(intersection of SongZhu and MeiChuan E roads)
(04) 2247-9467
Hours: 7 am-9 pm
Cash only.
No service charge.
Parking lot available.

Paris exudes a comfortable, relaxing, holiday-like vibe, thanks to its high ceilings and snowy-white brick walls. The menu mainly consists of French-style dishes, many with a special focus on herbs. Breakfasts and light meals are NT$108-198; herbal set meals are NT$288-368; Herbal Hotpots and Vegetable & Fruits Hotpots are NT$238-328. --By Niang Chen, translated by Angel Pu

A. The Freshly Picked Herbs Hotpot with Australian Beef set (NT$298) contains a small bundle of lemongrass and bay leaves that gives the stock a sweet, refreshing taste.

B. The Herbs Curry Set (NT$298) includes freshly-baked herb bread and herb soup. The refreshing curry paste, also cooked with fresh herbs, goes well with the crispy cheese-stuffed pork chops. Add NT$89 to the entree price for a salad and dessert, plus an additional NT$49 for any drink priced NT$100 or less.

ParisC. What appears to be a small plant is actually Tiramisu (NT$79). The summery Lemon Balm Soda (NT$150) contains sweet-and-sour passion fruit pulp.

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