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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May, 2006.

LA PIZZA

9, Alley 13, Lane 473, GuangFu
South Rd; (02) 2722-3382
Hours:11:45 am-3 pm,
5:45-10 pm
(closed every other Sunday)
Nearest MRT: Sun Yat-Sen
Memorial Hall
10% Service Charge.
Credit cards not accepted.

--By Julia Koprak, translated by Shanzi Chen

Tucked away in a residential area behind S.Y.S. Memorial Hall, La Pizza is a rare find. That is to say, an inexpensive meal in a classy, yet casual setting. The set lunch (NT$160-220) is a great deal and features delicious homemade daily soups. Also worth trying is the Wide Noodles with Mussels in Sweet Pepper Sauce (set NT$210) -- a nice change of pace from the spaghetti you'll find everywhere in Taipei. What's great about this place is its total lack of pretension; it exudes a natural comfort that makes it a pleasantly appealing dining locale.

A. The Tomato, Mozzarella, Oregano, and Olive Oil appetizer (NT$180) made with imported buffalo mozzarella and sprinkled with fresh basil just plain hits the spot.
B. The Calzone (NT$240) is a tasty alternative to the more mundane pizza. As you crack open the flavorful crust, the ricotta oozes out and you'll find tender chunks of quality ham inside.

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