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COMPASS MAGAZINE > April 2016
   

Fun New Coffee
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Fun New Coffee
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Fun New Coffee
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Fun New Coffee

(04) 2320-8015
811, DaDun Rd, Nantun Dist
Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 am-7 pm, Sat-Sun 9:30 am-8 pm
Cash only.
No service charge.

Coffee lovers will enjoy the variety of espresso and brewed coffees here, combined with a comfortable, relaxing and warm atmosphere at the bar and on the second floor. Espresso coffees include the Americano (NT$50) and a variety of lattes (NT$90-110). Regular black tea (NT$45) and milk tea (NT$70) are also served. An extensive range of daily fresh-roasted and brewed coffee beans includes imports from Brazil, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Ethiopia, Kenya, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea, enjoyed by the cup (NT$80-110) or taken home in half-pound bags (NT$380-1,500). Pairing nicely with a coffee are desserts like Lemon Tarts (NT$80) and a variety of waffles (NT$80-100). --By Beth Dietrich, translated by Anna Yang

A. Besides the deliciously-moist Chocolate Cake (NT$70), there is also a Matcha Cake, plus strawberry or blueberry Cheesecake (NT$80).

B. Co-owner Matt Shih and his staff roast coffee beans on site with this roaster.

C. Besides half-pound bags of freshly-roasted beans, other take-home items include pour-over (instant drip) coffee bags, sold in boxes of 10 (NT$229-559) or individually (from NT$35).

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