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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March, 2006.

ECCO ITALIAN CUISINE

(02) 2778-6338
10, Civic Boulevard, Section 4
Hours:11:30 am-10 pm,
open to 12 am Fri/Sat
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

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--By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

Ecco Italian Cuisine original branch is situated near National Cheng Chi University in MuZha and has always been very popular with university students in the area. Now, the owners have opened a branch between Breeze Center and Sogo Department Store. It continues to please the office crowds and shoppers in the area with its reasonable prices and regular menu innovations. Ecco constantly brings new ideas to the table, such as the chef's own unique creation, the Fruit Pasta (NT$90) with kiwi fruit, apples, melons and oranges--a wonderful combination of fruity fragrances and tangy fruit flavors that is very popular with the ladies. The North Seas Smoked Salmon Pizza (NT$230) is also one of the best-loved dishes, while the Super Spicy Florence Fresh Shrimp Pasta (NT$180) is not for the faint-hearted. Pizzas here are cheap but not compromised in any way, as the chefs insist on handmaking their dough to retain its texture. The Smoked Cheese and Sausage Pizza (NT$180) and the Naples Smoked Duck Pizza (NT$180) are both very popular. Worth mentioning, too, is their set-meal deal; for an extra NT$50, you can try two different kinds of pasta in sizable portions.

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