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COMPASS MAGAZINE > May 2016
   

Send Smile Coffee
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Send Smile Coffee
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Send Smile Coffee
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Send Smile Coffee

128, ReHe Rd, Sec 2, Beitun Dist (Rehe branch)
(04) 2238-3366
Hours: 9:30 am-10:30 pm
Take-out hours: 7:30 am-7 pm
English menu.
Cash only.
No service charge.

The luminous space here features French windows, a high ceiling, Danish decorative elements and lots of wooden items that give it a comfortable northern European ambiance that varies, depending on where you sit. There's also a to-go window for customer convenience. Various coffee choices (NT$90-190) are made with Indian "third wave" Papakuchi specialty coffee beans, whose natural cultivation method enhances flavors and aromas. Natural fresh-made juices and organic herbal teas from Germany (NT$110-160) are also available. --By Niang Chen, translated by Anna Yang

A. The rounded coffee bar enhances interactions with fellow cafe-goers.

B. The traditional Frikadeller (NT$298) offers the authentic Nordic flavor of chewy meatballs and seasoned only with salt; Viking Stegt Flask (NT$308) is whole wheat bread stuffed with a burger patty; Homemade Burger w/Parma (NT$318) is made with Prosciutto di Parma and a special sauce.

C. Denmark open sandwiches (NT$218-248) include Cauliflower and Mushroom, suitable for ova-lacto vegetarians; crispy and tasty Stegt Fiskefilet Med Remoulade; Klodroget Laks, served with spinach and tofu on the side; and the traditional, firm, succulent Nordic-style Frikadeller.

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