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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, January, 2007.

DELICES DE FRANCE

(02) 2713-9212
10, Alley 25, Lane 113, MinSheng E Rd, Sec 3
Hours:11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm
(Closed Mondays.)
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

Does authentic French cuisine always have to be pricey? French chef Christophe from Champagne, France, says no. Christophe met his wife in Switzerland, and came to Taiwan to open up Delices De France. Christophe was influenced by his parents as they ran a restaurant, and was also influenced by his uncle, who owns a Michelin starred restaurant. His passion for French cuisine can be seen through the dishes served. With his commitment to tradition and authenticity, Christophe does not compromise the overly-sweet French desserts to a more Taiwanese or Japanese taste. His character is reflected in the food, using generous ladings of ingredients to finish with a perfect touch that is worth the price. --By Josie Wu, translated by Picker Chen

A. The homemade bread is fresh and has a simple flavour that leaves an impression. The chef recommends the entree Ribeye Steak with Red Wine Sauce and Deep-Fried Mashed Potato (NT$550) and the appetizer Frog Salad with Cream Garlic Sauce (NT$400).
B. There is also the Lamb Rack with Rosemary Flavoured Juice and Couscous (NT$500). Lunch set meals are NT$680, and dinner set meal choices are priced at NT$980, NT$1200 and NT$1600.

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