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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, April, 2006.

RINGSIDE

10, ShiWei Road, B1
Closed 停業

Though Taipei nightlife is fabulously varied, you would be hard pressed to find a theatre restaurant. Now Ringside has appeared out of nowhere and established itself along the RenAi roundabout. Free theatre performances take place every Saturday night after 9:30 p.m. The owner has had a passion for theatre since his school days, and hopes to give others the chance to experience multi-faceted theatre arts outside of the National Theater scope. And if you enjoyed the show, don't forget to order a glass of red wine and show your appreciation and encouragement for the performers. Having looked after your audio and visual needs, Ringside also makes sure that your taste buds are well taken care. The food is French-style. --By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

A. Alsace Style Pork Knuckle with Sauerkraut (NT$680). One cut and the meat separates from the bone; the texture is soft without losing elasticity. Paired with smooth, soft, mashed taro and sauerkraut, it is known as the Ringside house special. The Salmon Wrap Kimchi (NT$200) was inspired by Korean-style kimchi.

B. Tomates Farcies (NT$450) has an excellent ratio of meat and tomatoes.

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