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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, December 2003.

Cha Pei Pei


1, Alley 2, Lane 345, RenAi Rd. Sec. 4
(02) 8773-4806
Hours:11:30 am-12 am
Credit cards not accepted; no service charge

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    Cha Pei Pei is reviving old traditions. A novel 1950s-style teahouse divided into two styles--one being Shanghai, the other Taiwan--the establishment features displays of perfumes, dolls, soda bottles, cigarettes and candies from that era, together with old black-and-white photos. These exhibits are sure to evoke memories. Managed by actress A-Ya and her sister, who engaged professionals to decorate the interior, the food served here has been created under the direction of chefs from five-star hotels. The Shan-Tong dumplings are homemade; the highly recommended fruit tea is fairly priced and full of fruit flesh. On the main menu, the most popular dishes are Chicken Leg Rice, and Thai-Style Sweet And Sour Chicken Rice (NT$148); the latter uses chicken leg instead of chicken breast. A new addition to the menu is Mushroom Angel Noodles, one of A-Ya's favorites. --By Josie Wu, translated by Alice Lai

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