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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, October 2007.

Alleycat's - Tianmu Stone Oven Baked

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Alleycat's - Tianmu Stone Oven Baked

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Alleycat's - Tianmu Stone Oven Baked

31, Lane 35, ZhongShan N Rd, Sec. 6; (02) 2835-6491
Hours:Mon-Fri 5-11 pm, weekends 2 pm-late
Credit cards not accepted.
MRT: ZhiShan Station
http://www.alleycatspizza.com

This, Alleycat's third branch, offers more space, a bar and a prized stone oven able to cook up to six pizzas at once. The oven temperature goes as high as 1200 degrees Celsius and transfers the heat more evenly. There are close to 30 items to choose from as toppings for the pizza, and three branches attest to their popularity. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Chefs Mark (left) and Sean (right), who care a great deal for stray dogs, are owners of Alleycat's and you can often see them hanging out at the pizzeria. When asked their secret, they replied without hesitation "it's the quality of ingredients and the top service that matters!" Mark is often seen chatting with customers and taking orders. If you come alone, then the bar is a great place to chill and unwind. The witty and friendly hosts will keep you entertained!

B. Maialona (10", NT$430, 12", NT$480) comes with toppings like Italian sausage, pepperoni, chorizo and salami, as well as a great portion of cheese. The pizzas at Alleycat's keep you reaching for more even when they get cold.


 

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