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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, June, 2006.

FLORAL HUSH ART RESTAURANT

10, Lane 112, AnHe Road, Section 1
停業 Closed

--By Yan Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra

Behind frosted glass in an alley off AnHe Road lies Floral Hush. Push through the antique wooden door and step into a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city. Pink walls, Balinese wooden chairs and tables, lapis lazuli decorations and relaxing jazz make you forget that this is actually a restaurant offering delicate Taiwanese-style cuisine. Added inspiration and creativity from the head chef is sure to surprise, an example being their specially-brewed soups, which emphasize health and nutritional ingredients such as green papaya and Chinese yams so customers can enjoy both good food and health. In the basement is a lounge bar with sporadically-scheduled live music performances.

A. The most popular dish in the restaurant is the Pork's Liver Pan Fried in Red Yeast Wine (NT$260). The pork's liver is tender and rich with wine flavours. The head chef recommends savouring it with a piece of peppermint leaf on the side. This combination is well worth trying.

B. The Aloe Vera Shrimp (NT$320) is very refreshing. Plump shrimp look delectable among the brightly-colored peppers and celery. The aloe vera pulp adds juice and a jelly-like texture, making this a very popular dish.

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