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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, November, 2005.

Exotic Cuisine Love Affair

Mykonos

19, Lane 76, SiWei Road
Reservations:
(02) 2704-2960
Hours: 12 noon to 11 pm Monday-Sunday

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--By Tracy Perkins Translated by Irene Chiang

Mykonos, Taipei's favourite Greek restaurant, has moved to a very pleasant new location on SiWei Road, just a few steps from Louis XIV and about a two-minute scooter ride from Truva. Could this be a sign that this part of the city is becoming a Mediterranean neighbourhood, just as other world cities have Chinatowns? Hope springs eternal! The fresh blue and white decor and Greek music are cheery and welcoming, and with the cooler weather the tables on the patio are bound to be in demand. The menu has been redesigned and photographed in full colour. I ordered a combination Meze Platter (NT$400) and my companion had Spanakopita (NT$280). We finished off with Baklava (NT$100) and a very good cup of coffee (NT$110). The Business Lunch (NT$180-NT$250), served from 12 to 2:30 p.m., includes soup and coffee or tea. Tea time (2:30-5 p.m.) features coffee or tea and dessert for NT$150.

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