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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, January, 2006.

DELUXE RESTAURANT & SPORT BAR

(02) 2570-5000
2, NanJing East Road, Sec. 4, 2F
Hours:Weekdays 11:30 am-2 am,
Fri. & Sat.?11:30 am-3 am
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge

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--By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

Drinking beer and watching a ball game at the Taipei Dome is a hot thing to do this season. At the DunHua South Road entrance you will see the 230 ping, oval-shaped Deluxe Restaurant and Sport Bar. The decor is a clever mix of reflective metallic surfaces, stage lighting and soft light-colored wooden furniture offset with brightly colored lines. There are 15 LCD screen satellite TVs near the bar and one big screen near the dance floor. The long bar doubles as a stage for hot female dancers. Their Deluxe Beer is a must-try, as it is brewed on site in two large copper brewing vats. The temperature is maintained at a constant 5° Celsius and is made from pure malt without any chemical additives. Currently they offer barley, wheat and rye beers, with hints of floral and fruity fragrances. Adding beer to cuisine is another specialty -- combining haute cuisine with German cooking, such as the Assorted Tomatoes and Cheese Salad (NT$250) or the Risotto with Chicken & Mushroom in Porcini Sauce (NT$220/NT$310). The Roasted Pork Knuckle with Sauerkraut & Deluxe Beer (NT$520) is their most popular dish; the beer yeast tenderizes the meat deliciously.

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