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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, September, 2006.

 

MAMM GOZ - BISTRO BRETON

(02) 2709-6636
12, Lane 112, AnHe Road
Hours:Tue-Sun 11:30 am-10 pm
(last orders) closed Monday.
Credit cards not accepted. 10% service charge.
Smoking section on outside terrace
Parking nearby on DunHua Road
Nearest MRT: ZhongXiao/ DunHua

A fresh French taste from the northwestern Bretagne region is a rare delight. At Mamm Goz ("Grandmother" in the Breton language) the authentic cuisine and imported Breton ciders (NT$110/120) and beers (NT$165) lead you on an exploration of this part of France, the flavours reflecting the culture and Celtic traditions. Enthusiasm exudes from Breton brothers Stephane and Frederick, who passionately created this attractive and friendly restaurant. Enjoy the distinct tastes of a Galette, a flavourful, savoury, buckwheat pancake filled with choices including meats, vegetables and cheeses. The mouth-watering Crepes are perfect for dessert or "tea time", or try another speciality: "Far Breton" Prune Flan (NT$180). Drink-wise, try the fabulous cider cocktails, or blends such as Planteur Breton: Chouchen (mead), Calvados and sugar cane syrup. You've tried France, now try Bretagne! Current regulations require Taiwan Fun to remind you not to drink and drive.

A. Tasty La Celtica Galette, served with chicken, mushroom, and homemade cider sauce (NT$350).
B. La Belle Ile Crepe, with seasonal fruit, red fruits sauce and vanilla ice cream (NT$180).
Current regulations require Taiwan Fun to remind you not to drink and drive.

--By Claire Tyrell, translated by Kiki Wu

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