TAIWAN > TAIPEI > DINING
FUN MAGAZINE, November 2003. VOL.3 ISSUE 11
Hours: 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm to 10 pm
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on creativity, Potter Food uses the fresh fish from
the market, and the menu is changed with the season.
The set menu is the favorite of the office workers.
It includes soup, cold dish, hot dish, steamed egg,
rice, dessert, and tea or coffee. The price range start
from NT$180 to 250. The most popular dishes here include
sashimi, seafood salad, seafood taro noodles, coke cookie.
Udo noodles and grain noodles from Japan are different
from the local noodles. Pay attention to the bowels
and the plates in the restaurant are all hand made pottery
items. The owner of the shop is into the local Taiwanese
pottery, so uses many pieces of local pottery artists'
works in the shop for customers to enjoy the art of
pottery while dinning. --By Bonnie Huang