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Yen-Xiang Ting

Inspired by popular Japanese conveyor-belt restaurants, Yen-Xiang Ting replaces sushi with a variety of sweet, cutely-presented, western-style desserts and drinks. Customers visiting this place–located in the basement of Park Lane by CMP mall–similarly sit at a bar or tables by the rotating conveyor belt and can grab whatever catches their attention. On weekdays, they are are charged according to four color-coded plates (NT$50-100 each). On weekends, NT$388/person allows you to take as much as you can eat and drink for 50 minutes. Selections always include over 10 creatively presented and named dessert options, including macarons, Madeleines, cream puffs, cakes, creme brulee, and flavored jellies, plus six different flavored tea drinks and the non-sweet Squid Glass Noodles and Deep Fried Pork Rib Noodles. The latter noodle dish is also part of a NT$199 weekday (12-3 p.m., 5-8 p.m.) business set that comes with a dessert and drink.

西區公益路68號B1(勤美) (04) 2328-1000
68, GongYi Rd, B1, West Dist (Park Lane by CMP)
11 am-10 pm (最後點餐/last order 8 pm)
不能預約/Reservations not accepted.

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Written by 何道明 Douglas Habecker

Douglas Habecker is the editor-in-chief of Compass Magazine

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