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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > July 2008

Sweet Rice Dream

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Sweet Rice Dream

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Sweet Rice Dream

37, Lane 177, DunHua S Rd, Sec 1
停業 Closed

Jonathan Gardner, the owner of Sweet Rice Dream, is a New York native who wanted to share east coast-style rice pudding with people in Taiwan. Not only does Jonathon pay close attention to the flavor of his creations, but he also is meticulous about the preparation and storage methods of the ingredients. Though the ingredients are all available in Taiwan, Jonathan had to do a lot of research and prep work so that his pudding would stay fresh in the ever-humid climate of the island. He notes that, besides being another tasty dessert option, rice pudding is also a bit healthier than other desserts out there. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Though rice is a staple diet item for Taiwanese people, most consumers find it refreshing to see desserts made from the grain. Their Signature (Plain) and Brown Sugar-Flavored Rice Pudding (NT$60) are quite popular amongst the regulars.

B. At Sweet Rice Dream, there are about twenty different ingredients you can add to your rice pudding, including fruits, nuts, and cookies. Some of their recommended items on the menu include Tropical Paradise (NT$80), Nutty Cookie (NT$80), and Obama (NT$85). Now, don't you wonder what Obama tastes like? Go have a try, you'll get your answer at Sweet Rice Dream.

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