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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, September, 2005.

BAMBOO

(02) 2779-1152
15, RenAi Road, section 4, 1F
Hours: 6 pm-1 am Monday to Thursday
6 pm-2 am weekends
English and Chinese menu. Credit cards accepted.

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--By Bolek Jaworski, translated by Charlie Shen

If you enjoy the taste of sake and Japanese barbecue you must check out Bamboo, Patrick Lee's latest brainchild. It boasts a wide variety of sake, a charcoal grill and a beautiful bar that just begs to have elbows on it. If you enjoy your sake outside, Bamboo also has a lovely outdoor area adorned with, you guessed it, bamboo! If you don't know sake and don't know where to start, the house sake is a good beginning. At NT$550, it is both affordable and great tasting. Of course, if you are an aficionado, Bamboo also has the more expensive varieties, some of them running from NT$2,000 to NT$3,000. In addition, all the usual beers are available, with Asahi being the featured brand (NT$180). If you're looking for a quiet night away from the usual messy haunts or a place to start the evening off with some great food and drink, check out Bamboo.

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