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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > April 2008

Sound Kaffee

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Sound Kaffee

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Sound Kaffee

246, DunHua S Rd, Sec 1, B1
(SOGO DunHua Branch)
(02) 8771-6390
Hours: 11 am-9:30 pm, Fri & Sat 11 am-10 pm
Credit cards accepted. 10% service charge.

Sound Kaffee is an Austrian-themed restaurant that offers exquisite Germanic cuisine and afternoon tea snacks. Although located inside a department store, the restaurant boasts high ceilings and a large outdoor dining space. The owner of Sound Kaffee also runs a business that imports Austrian liquor, a venture that allows him contact with Austrian chefs, who supervise all of the dishes served here. Moreover, their selections of dessert wines, red/white wines and coffee are full of authentic Austrian offerings. For their signature fish, try the Fillet with Red Wine Sauce (NT$520); made with rich, creamy sauces and a generous portion of beef, the meat is braised for three days to create its excellent flavor. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Right: The Boiled Prime Beef with Buttered Vegetables, Apple Radish and Roast Potatoes (NT$490) is a common banquet dish in Austria. Left: The Pork Medallions on Black Pepper Cream Sauce with Mashed Potatoes and Glazed Vegetables (NT$430) are grilled, tender pork fillets served with mashed potatoes a tasty sauce.

B. Right: Kaiserschmarrn (NT$250) is a crunchy, baked dessert dish that's topped with almond slices and plum sauce. Left: Another popular sweet dish, Salzburger Nockerl (NT$480), is an uncommon dessert dish in Austria.

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