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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, November, 2006.

 

 

 

CHEERS (GRAND HYATT HOTEL)

(02) 2720-1200
2, SongShou Road (Grand Hyatt, 1F)
Hours:11:30 am-1 am;(open to 2 am Fri/Sat)
Meal times:Salad bar lunch 11:30 am-2 pm;
single orders daily 11:30 am-9:30 pm;
snacks/finger food 9:30 pm???3 am (Sun-Thur)
(to 1:30 am Fri/Sat)
Credits cards accepted with 10% service fee charged. Smoking section.

With a new name and face, Cheers is ready to greet guests. Hotel General Manager Shaun Treacy says that Cheers provides all the necessary elements to ensure that each diner has a unique dining experience the moment they step into the restaurant. Given Cheers' proximity to the World Trade Center, it features longer food serving hours and an extended menu to cater to the hectic schedules of customers. From morning to night, Asian cuisine from Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Guangzhou and Sichuan to Western dishes like Buffalo Wings, steaks, sandwiches and all sorts of desserts can be savored here. The spacious dining area, perfect for lunch meetings, combines modern Western and more subtle Eastern qualities, and was designed by Tony Chi.

--By Josie Wu, translated by Sho Huang

A. Those who love hamburgers and sandwiches must try the Poor Boy Sandwich on Sourdough Loaf (NT$460). Don't let this "Poor Boy" fool you, though, as you'll be impressed by the savory sour dough and the stewed, tender filet with fragrant fried onions.
B. Braised Minced Pork and Mushroom with Soya Egg (NT$400) is an upgraded version of a fairly common dish, served with a mixture of Thai and Taiwanese rice.

 

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