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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, April, 2005.

Authentic German Cuisine

Gasthaus Zum Adler

142, XinSheng S. Road, Sec. 1
(02) 2351-8767
Hours: 11:30 am-9:30 pm

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--By Brian Asmus & Tracy Perkins & Josie Wu Translated by Michael Ho& Ann Li

When you go to Gasthaus Zum Adler, make sure you're hungry! Host Bernie Soffner believes in generous portions and authentic ingredients when he serves up the favourites of Southern Germany. The German Pig Hock or Eisbein is reasonably priced at NT$500 for the Single Meal or NT$620 for the Royal Meal, which includes a mini chocolate mint drink, a salad, a home-made bun, soup, coffee, tea, orange or peach juice and cake or double ice cream. I ordered Bavarian Schnitzel (NT$290) from the lunchtime menu (available Monday to Friday NT$199- NT$290), served with a choice of two soups, a homemade bun and coffee, tea, orange or peach juice. It was so large that I had to take half home. Bernie insisted I sample the Bavarian Meatloaf, which is specially made by a local butcher and then baked fresh for each customer (please allow 20 minutes for preparation). Leave Space for dessert! Bernie makes eight flavours of Italian ice cream (NT$65 single, NT$85 double), German cakes and Chocolate Bananas!

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