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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August, 2005.

LE CEP AND GRAND VINS CHEZ SABRINA


22, AnHe Road., section 2
(02) 2704-5638
Hours: 8:30 pm-2 am, 7 days a week

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--By Joe Duffer, translated by Jean Huang

Le Cep is two places in one. The first floor is dedicated to Le Cep Tea products, while the basement houses Chez Sabrina. This is a place of comfort and quality. Spots and chandeliers set a warm lighting mood across a variety of plush sofas and within two luxurious VIP rooms. The music is predominately bossanova, jazz and a bit of rock, played at a volume that lets you both enjoy the music and hold a conversation. Cold plates and beer bites accompany premium Belgian single beers (Le Chouffe 800ml at NT$700), and single malt whiskies, topped out with the McCallum 25-year-old Scotch for NT$11,000 a bottle. However, the place really hits the mark with its smart selection of drinkable wines. The house wine is an excellent Columbia Crest Shiraz from Washington, USA. It's a great bargin at NT$1,400 a bottle or a mere NT$250 per glass. The popular Wolf Blass Shiraz is reasonably priced at NT$1,500 a bottle. Prices vary from there, reaching the high mark with the '89 Chateau La Tour for NT$11,500. Chez Sabrina makes for a great after-dinner hangout.

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