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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2017
   

Chopper Cafe

(04) 2587-0228
124, DiSanHeng St, Dongshi Dist
Hours: 12-7 pm (closed Mon)

Owner Mr. Chen has run this cafe almost seven years and modestly shares his coffee knowledge, noting that his carefully selected coffee was chosen on the basis of personal preference. Pour-over coffee's distinct medium roasted, low temperature and rich flavored characteristics can be savored here with options like the pictured Nicaragua San Francisco Estate Marsellesa Washed (NT$150). Over 10 coffee bean varieties are offered each month, giving customers many chances to sample (NT$150-200/cup). Tea, chocolate and craft beers are also available on the weekly-changing menu, including Turzum Tea (NT$120) in the winter and French imported Michel Cluzel and Italian Amedei chocolate (NT$150-160), blended into steamed milk for those who enjoy top-grade chocolate drinks. Besides 250 craft beers (NT$170-220/bottle), there are fresh-made waffles (NT$100-200) made with Chulu Ranch milk, organic flour, yogurt enzyme, Hy-line International eggs and Isigny butter, and served with honey, syrup and handmade jam. Handmade Mushroom Quiche (NT$90) is also available. --By Chloe Chang, translated by Anna Yang

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