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COMPASS MAGAZINE > May 2016
   

Risu Cafe
Risu Cafe
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Risu Cafe
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Risu Cafe
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Risu Cafe

20, Alley 1, Lane 240, GanCheng St,
Nantun Dist; (04) 2251-7227
Hours: 10 am-7 pm (closed Mon)
NT$100/person minimum bill.
Cash only.
No service charge.

Located on a little alley, this family-friendly cafe offers a comfortable environment and handmade entrees like waffles and mini pizzas, with carefully-selected ingredients ensuring that all food here is top-quality. Various beverages include coffees, German organic herbal teas, and milk teas. Tarot card-reading is also available by appointment. --By May Chen, translated by Anna Yang

A. Tapioca Waffle (NT$155) is topped with brown sugar tapioca and fresh cream. The Banana Peanuts Button (NT$125) is a rounded French toast topped with peanut butter and banana slices, drizzled with chocolate syrup and condensed milk for extra flavors. Sweet, handmade Panna Cotta (NT$60) is also available.

B. A lawn area and sandbox is located by the outdoor seating bar area.

C. These light bulb drink containers can be kept and taken home after use at the cafe. An additional NT$90 is charged for non-milk-tea beverages served in a "light bulb".

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