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FUN MAGAZINE, December 2003.
45, ZhongXiao E. Rd., Sec. 4, 11F (Inside ZhongXiao
Credit cards accepted; 10% service charge
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is located within a department store, but the interior
has an ingenious New Deco look: black and white, well-lit
and simple, with a large blackboard adorning the wall.
The blackboard is covered with writing, but diners can
get only a vague impression of what it means. The interior
features a glass facade and a skilful arrangement of
single and double seats. An open-style kitchen lets one
see the chef prepare dishes. As its name suggests, this
restaurant offers food with an herbal theme. Herbs are
added to give the food a simple and light feeling. At
the same time, a distinctive fusion flavor is evident.
The menu includes Roasted Basil Lamb Chop And Risotto,
Stewed Rosemary Beef Knuckles, and Beef Fillet Steak
With Green Pepper Sauce. The manager, Bruno, welcomes
people with a smile, and especially recommends the Oregano
Seafood Soup (NT$220) and Herbs Baked Seafood (NT$450).
Many drinks and deserts are available; people are often
curious about the Soy Milk Latte (NT$140), which combines
coffee and soybean milk. The Cappuccino Cheesecake (NT$110)
helps add to the restaurant's fragrant aroma. -- By Josie
Wu, Translated by Michael Le Houllier