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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, February, 2005.
Cosmopolitan Grill

77, WuChang St, Sec 2, 7F (Eslite WuChang Branch/ formerly
Lai Lai Department Store); (02) 2381-2060
Hours: 11:30 am-1:30 am
Credit Cards accepted. 10% service charge.

 

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Since the success of Amaroni's Little Italy on ChangChung Rd, Larry Quarmley has led his team on a new venture, the Cosmopolitan Grill. Different from the business and family clientele of Little Italy, Cosmopolitan has chosen the younger crowd of XiMen Ding, drawing in a more vibrant crowd. Larry designed the overall ambiance of the restaurant, with tiffany lamps, crafted tables and chairs, retro decorations from the '70s and '80s, pop culture wall hangings and huge windows. The menu is enthusiastically explained by the staff, stirring up one's curiosity. And what is served is always a pleasant surprise, demonstrating just how well Cosmopolitan knows about having a good time! Set menus are reasonably priced (NT$160-NT$260). Larry insists that the ingredients used here can definitely be compared with Little Italy. Chef Larry and Manager Amy both recommend the Trump Towers Warm Beef Salad with Truffle Dressing, the Fire Pit Smoked Ribs, the London Broil with Wild Mushroom, the Roast Chicken Stuffed with Blackened Catfish, the Cardamon Roast Chicken with Saffron Sauce, the Monkey Shrimp Creole and the Braised Steak. And don't forget to try their well-known desserts! --By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra


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