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FUN MAGAZINE, February, 2005.
Lane 71, AnHe Rd., Sec. 2, ; (02) 2732-5099, 2733-7668
Hours: Noon to Midnight/Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
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billed as "a celebration of wine, food and fun"
for "the New Authentics", Weisß is all
that and more. Set in an elegant environment that includes
ample natural lighting, soft wood tones, and a classy
outdoor seating area, Weisß is not, as the name
may imply, a German restaurant but rather a fusion of
Eastern and Western dining styles and dishes. The name
Weisß is German for "white"and,
they also sell German white wine. Excellent German Pork
Knuckle (NT$380) and German Sausage (NT$280), however,
are featured on CCA (California Culinary Academy) trained
chef Li Ding's menu. French Lamb Rack with Chili sauce
(NT$420), Thai Style Chicken Salad (NT$200), Asparagus
and Clam Linguini (NT$250) are prime examples of some
of the many reasonably priced items on the menu. Group
dining is available in the finely decorated wine cellar.
Reward yourself with a trip to Weis for lunch or dinner;
it's well worth the effort. --By Joe Duffer, translated
by Uvia Chang