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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > June 2008

Pie Boy

Pie Boy

Pie Boy

1, Alley 3, Lane 251, ZhongXiao E Rd, Sec 3
(02) 2773-2881
Hours: Tue-Thu 11 am-3 pm, 5-9:30 pm; Fri & Sat 11 am-9:30 pm; Sun & Mon 11 am-5 pm

When the owner of Pie Boy, a fresh faced New Zealander named David, realized what he really missed from home was meat pies, he retreated to the kitchen to polish off his pie recipes. He emerged a few months later and opened up his first pie shop. Modeled on a Wellington cafe, Pie Boy has a simple, fresh, and cheerful vibe. Its handy location, just around the corner from the MRT, and great menu suggest that the cafe will become popular. Pie Boy serves pies, salads, soup, wedges with dips, and a range of drinks. The home made pies are reasonably priced (around NT$90), and come in five flavours, including the staple Steak and Cheese, the hearty Eggs and Bacon, and the wholesome Veggie. The salads, Ceaser (NT$100) and Cucumber (NT$90) are a nice lighter meal as the temperatures rise. Pie Boy offers a range of combo deals so one can eat well for around NT$150. Of course you might be tempted to add on a Choco Muffin (NT$50), or in the near future, an imported New Zealand beer. --By Cat Thomas, translated by Ann Lee

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