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COMPASS MAGAZINE > June 2014
   

Caffe Bene
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Caffe Bene
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Caffe Bene
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Caffe Bene

235, GongYi Rd, West Dist.
停業 Closed

The first branch of this Korean chain has opened in Taichung and showcases fashionable Korean styles, including the decor with wall illustrations by a Korean designer and painter. Many specially-flavored options include caffeine-free latte choices like the "grain latte" Misugaru (NT$120/regular) made with five selected kinds of rice, plus the favorite "sweet potato latte" (NT$120/regular) and seasonal fruit juices. A popular, recommended dessert is the Korean-imported blueberry, strawberry, chocolate crispy pie (NT$170) with crispy crust and soft, sweet-and-sour, buttery filling. There are also the refreshing shaved-ice choices, such as Yogurt Berry Bingsu (NT$230) with red beans and berries topped by a scoop of sweet-and-sour frozen yogurt, best all stirred together. --By Maggie Chang, translated by Angela Cheng

A. Garlic & Cheese Bread is made with Korean imported toast with Red Cheddar, pictured here with Blueberry Pie (NT$170).

B. Vanilla Latte (NT$120/medium) and caffeine-free Matcha Latte (NT$125/medium).

C. Fruit shaved-ice options

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