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KAOHSIUNG DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, July 2006.

Cafe Goya

(07) 236-1206
217, JianGuo 2nd Road, Sanmin District, Kaohsiung
Hours: Tues - Sun 10:30 am-9 pm (Closed Mondays)

--By Dawn Reid, translated by Annie Liu

As the latest, greatest sandwich spot in town, Goya doesn't disappoint. From MinZu Road, navigate your way down JianGuo Road and look for the big yellow 3C. Goya is kind of hidden across the street. This small cafe has a stylish, relaxed atmosphere which is welcoming after the hustle and bustle of Kaohsiung streets. Their tasty sandwiches (NT$100-NT$125) have nifty names like 'The Godfather' (which comes with Genoa salami and Gruyere cheese), 'The Oink, Oink' (a ham and cheese sandwich with a twist) and 'The Cha Cha Cha' (a chicken salad sandwich). You can order soup and salad separately (NT$60) or get a set meal (NT$80 - NT$125). They serve a variety of coffees, juices, Corona and for those lavish lunches-Chardonnay (NT$120). Watch out for their delectable specials-when we went they had a refreshing Greek Salad with feta cheese and three different kinds of olives and chicken chili with mango salsa!

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