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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, September 2007.

Chill Art Center Restaurant & Lounge

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Chill Art Center Restaurant & Lounge

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Chill Art Center Restaurant & Lounge

131, Civil Blvd, Sec 4 ; (02) 2578-8617
MRT:ZhongXiao/DunHua MRT Station
Hours:1 pm-3 am
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

Owner Shaman, after running night clubs for years, travelled to New York for one year and decided to challenge himself with a restaurant business. Shaman re-decorated an old mansion into something he calls "Chill". The 'art centre' demonstrates this is more than a restaurant. Works by various artists, music and visual arts are available to make appreciating art easy, whether patrons are here to dine or for a drink at the lounge. New exhibitions are planned every month or two. For those interested, use the touch screen on the second floor to reserve your spot at the next art fest. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Chef recommends Beef Short Ribs with Garlic Red Wine Sauce (NT$760, set meal NT$960). The meat is juicy and tender and if you can eat quite a bit, then order their set meal for extras which include soup and appetizers.

B. Chill is divided into three areas: the bar, the lounge, and the outdoor cafe. Quality furniture and changing lighting creates a unique ambiance. The main colours throughout are black and white, so it's easier when they need to use it for exhibition purposes. The French Prawn with Spinach Sauce a la carte NT$560, set meal NT$680.

 

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