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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, May 2007.

MARY'S BISTRO CAFE AUSTRALIAN CUISINE

(02) 3322-1859
89, RenAi Rd, Sec 2, 2F
Hours:11 am-10 pm
MRT: ZhongXiao/XinSheng Statino
As customary in Australia, there is no service charge.
Credit cards accepted.
www.maryscafe.com.tw

The big mix of cultures in Australia has added to a diverse dining scene that includes influences from Asia, Italy and Mexico. This continental blending has created something called "Modern Australian Cuisine" . Jack, who lived in Australia for 17 years, is the owner of Mary's Bistro Cafe and has put Modern Australian Cuisine into practice. All of the wall and floor tiles in the restaurant are imported right from Australia, as are many of the ingredients. Authentic dishes at Mary's are mostly made up of beef, lamb and fish, as Western-style food and meats are part of many Australian diets. They also offer 8-ounce Rib-Eye Steaks and 15-ounce T-Bone Steaks. But get yourself prepared?he portions are Australian-sized! --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee
A. Picked from grain-fed beef, the Prime Rib Eye Steak (NT$820) tastes best cooked rare. Fish & Chips (NT$650) has beer-battered, deep-fried wild Sea Perch, which is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside and comes with french fries (chips).
B. The decor inside Mary's is a passionate, Ferrari red. There is also an alfresco-style, outdoor dining area. Jack imports high-cost Di Bella coffee beans that have a creamy flavor and pleasing aroma.

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