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FYI SOUTH Magazine, April 2005

Spoon

 

529, JhongShan 2nd Rd., Sinsing, Kaohsiung City
(07) 282-8882
Hours: 11 am-2 pm (lunch);
5:30 pm-9:30 pm (dinner);
10 pm-5 am (lounge bar)

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If the big white spoon on the bright red sign doesn't catch your eye, then step inside this new restaurant; you'll be immediately taken with the decor. Large bamboo-shaped lamps stretch from the floor to the ceiling, and the furnishings are trendy and tasteful. Spoon is both a restaurant and a lounge bar. The first floor caters mainly to diners; the second floor is designed for intimate parties of two to 10 people. Spacious booths, curtains, and comfortable couches provide privacy for those who want to drink their cocktails in peace. The menu is mostly Western food: set meals range from NT$520 to NT$620 and include a cocktail, bread, a salad, the main course, soup, dessert, and a beverage. Pasta dishes are half the price, include the set meal, but don't come with a cocktail. Other treats start at NT$120. A large variety of coffees and teas are offered; the delicious Royal Coffee ($300) is for connoisseurs only. A fancy individual coffee maker is actually brought to the table, where a premium blend brews right before your eyes. Alcoholic drinks start at NT$200.

--By Rebekah Godfrey, translated by Annie Liu


 

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