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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, February, 2007.

MARCO POLO ITALIAN RESTAURANT

(02) 2376-3156
201, DunHua S Rd, Sec 2, 38F
Hours:lunch 11:30 am-
2:30 pm, dinner 6-10:30 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% servce charge.
www.feph.com.tw

Marco Polo has now re-opened at the Far Eastern. Three main colors--red, white and black--accentuate the interior, and wood, leather and marble floors lend a more exclusive, higher-end ambiance. Being on the 38th floor allows for quite the view, no matter in which corner you're seated. Marco Polo is relaxed and cozy during the day, and modern and romantic at night. The chef is focusing on three themes--better products (ingredients), better portions and better prices--to create a brand-new menu that emphasizes originality combined with a simple cooking style. Ten more grilled dishes have been added and there's a semi-buffet lunch (NT$780) offering about 20 Italian cold platters and desserts. The dinner buffet (starting at NT$260) provides about 50 dishes to choose from. They also have three set meals that alternate on a regular basis, ensuring that there's always more variety. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. King Crab Risotto Enriched with Crab Bisque and Roe, Asparagus and Basil (NT$790) with steamed king crab from Hokkaido, Japan.
B. Marco Polo serves an exceptional new selection of desserts (NT$280). You can order them after your meal or any other time for your own pleasure!

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