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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, October, 2005.

Jing Guan Coffee

(03) 596-1469
Near 80, ZhongXing Rd., sec. 1, ZhuDong Town, Hsinchu
County. On the lane opposite the Liangchi Gas Station.
Hours: 11:30 am-2 am
Credit cards not accepted. Parking available.

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--By Kristy Liu, translated by Cara Steenstra

To get to this Chutong restaurant cafe, take GuangFu Road and head east. When you reach Liangchi Gas Station, head down the lane opposite the station and you will discover Jing Guan Coffee on the top of Highway 68. The daytime and nighttime scenery here is vastly different, with the night vistas being exceptionally great. The Tai Suo Boneless Veal is availble in limited quantities daily. It features a juicy, tender, eight-ounce (240 grams) steak that comes with french fries, broccoli and mushrooms, a choice of vegetable or fruit salad, soup and Spaghetti Bolognaise, plus a drink and dessert. For those who do not eat beef, there is also the French-Style Roasted Lamb. Their set meals include Herb Roasted Chicken Leg, Sirloin Steak, German Garlic Pork's Knuckle, Thai Style Sour and Spicy Noodles, pasta, fried rice, baked rice and baked pasta, with prices ranging between NT$180 and NT$450. In October, the establishment will offer Ice Filtered Coffee, which takes approximately three days to make. Seven calligraphy masters will also be on hand, making works of art on October 19 and selling them for charity.

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