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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > May 2008

Chen Moi Cafe

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Chen Moi Cafe

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Chen Moi Cafe

(02) 2567-4677
1-4, Lane 23, NanJing W Rd
Hours: 7:30 am-10:30 pm
Minimum charge NT$120/person.
10% service charge.
MRT: JhongShan Station #2 Exit,
behind Idee Department Store

With a cozy name like "Chez Moi", it isn't surprising that the owner of this small bistro aims to make people feel comfortable while enjoying a meal or light snack. The menu is full of selections like their continental All-Day Brunch, beverages, sandwiches, cakes and hot foods. The chefs are particular about the ingredients they use to make their delicious meals as well. As such, they use pure Italian olive oil, organic eggs, which are lower in cholesterol, and fermented flour for that crispy finish. --By Timothy Liang, translated by Ann Lee, photos by Andy Lin

A. The All-Day Brunch (NT$200) is the main even at Chez Moi. It comes with German sausages, bacon, ham, seasonal vegetables, fries, and homemade spiced butter. You also get made-to-order eggs and a choice of breads. For a drink, choose from fresh juice or milk, Americano, or black tea (free refills for dine-in).

B. Chez Moi Coffee (NT$120) is made with a combination of coffee and tea; with the coffee's rich flavor and the tea's delightful scent, this one is a hit.

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