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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, October, 2006.

 

 

 

BURNED CHEESE

10, Alley 6, Lane 170, ZhongXiao E. Rd.,
Sec. 4; (02) 2773-1899
Hours:11:30 am-11:30 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.
Nearest MRT: ZhongXiao/ DunHua

--By Jerri Graham, translated by Ann Li

Eddi Wei likes the ladies. In fact, the lead partner in this newly opened restaurant, Burned Cheese, designed his menu and decor with women in mind. A simple, elegant eatery located near ZhongXiao and DunHua, Burned Cheese serves dishes that effortlessly blend Italian and French cuisine. For fans of creatures from the deep, try the Mixed Seafood Set (NT$520). In features an appetizer, salad, soup, palate-cleansing lemon sherbet, main course of perfectly prepared seafoods, homemade dessert and beverage--a great choice from their well-rounded menu. Pasta dishes, ranging from a NT$200, simple Clams in White Wine Sauce to a more complicated Fish in Pumpkin Sauce for NT$260, are great lunchtime alternatives. For the more decadent diner, there's the Grilled Rib Eye with Truffle Sauce (NT$570) or the Tender Veal (NT$630) sets. Whether you're just grabbing a bowl of pasta or trying to woo a lady of your own, Burned Cheese might just be the spot for you.

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