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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, February, 2006.

VVG TABLE

(02) 2775-5120
14, Lane 40, Alley 181, ZhongXiao East Road
Hours:11:30 am-9:30 pm
Brunch available on Saturday/Sunday 11 am-4 pm for NT$520

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--By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

VVG Table is situated in an alley off DunHua South Road, alongside their sister restaurant VVG Bistro. The various styles of table and chair sets outside create a leisurely atmosphere. Inside the warm, soft lighting quietly compliments the simple wooden chairs and window displays, nurturing an elegance reminiscent of the southern European countryside. An eye-catching long wooden table seems to promote the idea of sharing, a place where you can share food, space, ambience, friendship and lifestyle too. Continuing in the tradition of VVG Bistro, VVG Table has a creative menu but with more expensive ingredients. Beef Consomme with Angel Hair (NT$260) is owner Grace's favorite dish. Chestnut with Hazelnuts, Frisee and Pear (NT$360) is a French dish with a twist of fruity tanginess. Seared Scallop and Tomato Salad (NT$420) and Chicken and White Wine Stew with Gremolate (NT$680) make great combinations too.VVG is well known for their desserts as well. Desserts made from rich cranberry juices and juicy berries are an amazing combination of sweet and sour and have captured the hearts of many a sweets lover. Last but not least, brunch at VVG Table is the perfect excuse for taking it easy on weekends.

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