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COMPASS MAGAZINE > November 2014
   

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(04) 2451-8049
31, XingLin Rd, Xitun Dist.
Hours: 10 am-9pm
English available.
Wi-Fi available.
Cash only.
No service charge.

This specialty cheese cake shop periodically offers fresh flavors and adds no extra flavorings or seasonings to its creations. Heavy Taro Cheese Cake (NT$560, 6-inch; NT$130, 2.5-inch), a seasonal offering, incorporates Dajia taro and cheese, encased in mashed taro for a dessert that taro fans will love. --By Ruby Wu, translated by Alicia Yu

A. The flour-free Lemon Cheese Cake (NT$520, 6-inch; NT$120, 2.5-inch) uses Pingtung lemons and cream cheese from America. Dipping a piece in handmade lemon sauce makes it even more delicious. While dining here, you can order an accompanying pot of German Peppermint tea or a coffee with your cake for a perfect afternoon tea time.

B. Oolong Cheese Cake (NT$520/6-inch; NT$120/2.5-inch) is made with specially-selected Nantou high-mountain tea, which offers a full tea flavor and fragrance with a addicting smoothness.

C. The creamy, delectable Spain Lemon Cake (NT$330/cake, take-out only), coated in a slightly-crunchy lemon powdered sugar, is worth every bite.

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