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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, January 2004

Chinese Ripple Boutique Cuisine

Taipei 101 Mall 4F
45, ShiFu Rd.
Taipei 101 Mall, 4F
(02) 8101-8666
Hours:
11 am-3 pm;
5:30 pm-10:30 pm

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  With a floor area of 103 pings, Chinese Ripple Boutique Cuisine at Taipei 101 is Gloria Price Hotel's very own, self-managed restaurant. The two large French windows allow restaurant guests to enjoy a view of Taipei 101's impressive lobby, as well as the whole of the beautiful XinYi District. In addition to its magnificent exterior views, the two interior walls of the restaurant host huge paintings by famous artist Qi Wei Yi. The restaurant has two VIP rooms named Mirror Chinese and Water Moon. It also leads the restaurant industry by thoughtfully designing female priority seating, to provide ladies with a more elegant dining environment. Chinese Ripple Boutique Cuisine mainly serves Cantonese boutique cuisine. Led by Chef Wu Hong-cheng, the food is largely based upon dishes served at the original Gloria Prince Hotel's Giou Hua Lo Restaurant. However, some dishes contain slight innovations, using Chinese/Japanese fusion ideas. Prices are quite reasonable: the popular Octopus Fried Rice With Abalone Sauce, for instance, is NT$200 to NT$300. – Translated by Wendy Su

 

 

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