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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > FEBRUARY 2002. VOL.2 ISSUE 2
ORANGE SEES MRT

ORANGE SEES MRT

302, Wen Lin Rd., ShiLin District
Tel: (02) 2888-1220
Hours: 11 am-2 am weekdays; 11 am-3 am weekends and holidays

This unique coffee shop is located close to the MRT Damshui Line. The first and second floors are enclosed in glass, which makes this somewhat small three-story building appear larger. The third floor is decorated like an outdoor cafe. The owner, Miss Hsieh, says that the design gives an unconstrained view of the MRT trains passing by, one of the special features of this coffee shop. The opening of Orange Sees MRT is a dream come true for Miss Xie. Her other fondness is the island of Bali, thus, this coffee shop has a Bali-style ¡§feel¡¨ to it. Another unique feature is that alternative music is played, with a DJ performing live every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. In addition, on Friday nights, there are Thai-style fire dance performances, an art form rarely seen in Taiwan. The menu features a variety of coffees including Mandeling and Blue Mountain. The caramel milk tea is a good choice for non-coffee drinkers, and is made with fresh milk, tea leaves, hazelnuts and caramel. Cocktails and light alcoholic drinks are available at night.-by Josephine Lin

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