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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May, 2006.
LOTZ FOOD BAR & RESTAURANT
(02) 8773-3714
1, Lane 105, RenAi Road, Sec. 4, 1F
(next to the RenAi Roundabout)
Hours:Lunch 11:30 am-2 pm,
Afternoon Tea 2:30-5pm, Dinner 6-9 pm,
Late Night Snacks (Lounge Bar) 9:30 pm-2 am
Credit cards accepted. No service charge.

--By Josie Wu, translated by Cara Steenstra

This place features 20 different kinds of dishes from 10 Asian countries, with nine different sauces to choose from, all on one table, where you can eat all you want for one price. Lotz Food certainly lives up to its name. Having held a record for creating over 800 different dishes in one year, Chef Jean Marc has turned his attention to combining traditional Eastern cuisine with creative new consumer styles. Diners can enjoy food from all over Asia without racking their brains over what to choose. Options include Omani Fish Curry (Oman), Lemon Grass Prawn Kebab (Indonesia), Ocean Fish Cake (Vietnam), Thai Style Salad (Thailand), Korean Kimchi (Korea), Red and White Miso Eggplant (Japan) and much more.

A. Dinner with 20 courses (NT$699), lunch with 15 courses (NT$399), and afternoon tea with nine courses (NT$250). You can choose your own favorite sauces for a more experimental experience.
B. Decorated with bricks and built-in lighting fixtures, the interior decor of the 160-ping dining area is worth over NT$10 million. The Night Bar is open after 9:30 p.m., offering sporting event broadcasts for a different kind of entertainment.

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