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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March, 2007.


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GENEVA FINE SWISS CUISINE

9, Alley 5, Lane 345, RenAi Rd, Sec 4
停業 Closed

Veteran restaurateur Michel Blanc (Tavern-Premier, Capone's, O'Ginny's) gave Taipei a Christmas present in December. Geneva brings, not a taste, but full meals from Mr. Blanc's homeland of Switzerland. Swiss cuisine mingles the best of Italy, Germany and "that other nation to the west". Geneva's speciality, as in Switzerland, is fondue. The appetizer, soup and wine lists feature hard-to-find specialities including morels, escargot, raclette and Swiss Mont sur Rolle white wine. After dessert, try a Swiss fruit brandy for an exquisite finish to your meal. Despite the fruit, it's for those with an appreciation something stronger. The decor is European, warm, woody and cozy--yet far from cramped. While businessmen or families will find Geneva comfortable, the romance of fondue is best shared by lovers. Geneva will also be open for lunch from March with several new dishes on the menu. Taiwan Fun is required to remind you not to drink and drive. --By Charles McHale, translated by Ann Lee

A. Swiss Hot Pot! Choose from eight varieties of Bourgignonne Fondue (oil and meat, NT$450-NT$950, per person) or five varieties of cheese fondue (NT$550-NT$750, per person).

B. The romance continues! Make your dessert a chocolate fondue (NT$290-NT$350).

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