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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > January 2009

Lecce

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Lecce

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Lecce

(02) 2704-6582
28, Lane 63, DunHua S Rd, Sec 2
Hours: 7:30 am-9 pm;
Sat/Sun 11 am-8 pm
Credit cards not accepted. No service charge.

Formerly operating on a school campus, where he sold affordable Tex-Mex cuisine to students, Lecce's owner has take the big step of launching his own restaurant chain on the streets of Taipei. This could end up being a good move, given the current economic downturn, as this Tex-Mex style eatery offers a range of reasonably-priced meals made with hearty ingredients and worth every NT dollar you spend. --By Sharon Huang, translated by Ann Lee

A. Lecce's Beef Burrito (NT$105) is a popular choice among customers. Inside the tortilla wrap, you'll find flavored rice, fresh red and yellow peppers, beans and minced beef with salsa, making a filling bite to eat. Order up a plate of Golden Corn Chips (NT$50) and a glass of Iced Cereus Tea (NT$75) for another true Tex-Mex experience.

B. Lecce's signature hot dog is made with German-imported sausages, unlike the mismatched minced meat found at many other hot dog stands. These hot dogs range from NT$70 to NT$95. Or try the Sausage and Rice (NT$95), another exotic snack option that will cost you next to nothing and offers great value for your money.

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