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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, January, 2006.

TOAST

(02) 2357-8323
2, Alley 3, Lane 183, HePing East Rd., Sec 1
Hours:Tue-Sun 12 pm-11 pm
(Fri & Sat until 12 am)
Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard. 10% service charge.

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--By Julia Koprak, translated by Michella Weng

If you've walked past this place, you've most likely pressed up against the windows to get a closer look. Toast's interior, with it's Parisian photographs, painted-white everything and minimalist wooden block tables really makes one feel like this could be an artist's studio or a New York loft apartment. Toast's signature dish is, indeed, toast -- an open-faced sandwich piled high with creative mixes of ingredients (who ever knew eggs could go with peanut butter?). Their salads are quite tasty and big enough for a meal. Both the toasts and the salads (NT$200-220) come with a daily soup that is so lovely it becomes yet another reason to go back. The menu also features specially flavored lattes and smoothies (NT$150), and a weekday afternoon tea. Since the owner is a designer himself, Toast displays a small artist's exhibition each month so the walls are always visually engaging. This new bistro/lounge bar is perfect for a long afternoon spent sipping on white chocolate latte and poring over their awesome magazine collection or a quiet evening spent waxing philosophical over some French wine.

 

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