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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May 2004.

Manon Fairytale Cuisine
206, Nan Jing E. Rd, Sec 5.
(02) 2742-3470
Hours:11 am-2 pm; 5-11 pm.
Credit cards accepted; 10% service charge

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     More than a few people are curious about the name of this establishment, and ask, "Is this food suitable for us mortals?" The design of this place includes bamboo screens in a simple, delicate, contemporary Zen style. This, combined with a spacious and comfortable dining area, makes the environment of this eatery different from the norm. The original and delicious menu--which combines Taiwanese and Japanese cuisine--is the product of the kitchen's two chefs. Included are Japanese-inspired creations such as: Ginza Rack Of Lamb Shoulder (NT$280), with large portions and high quality meat; Crab And Scallops Ball (NT$260) with shrimp, shredded dried scallops and crab meat; and the house specialty, Marco Polo Seafood (NT$260), stuffed with fresh scallops, shrimps and minced seafood beneath a layer of baked cheese, and placed on top of beaten egg whites. This takes some time to make, but it is well worth the wait. Manon also offers all-you-can-eat mix-and-match business lunch specials on weekdays (NT$180 to NT$ 220).--By Josie Wu, translated by John Johnson

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