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Eggplant

7 Oct

This is an eggplant. Well the shape is really different, but it makes me think about the difference between our bodies: In western countries we’re bigger, as our eggplants, while here people are all slim, like their eggplants. It’s great because it’s a lot easier to cut! But on the other hand, you have less things to eat.

Sad Lettuces

7 Oct

So far i’ve only seen lettuces in this shape here. Too sad that i can’t find real and fresh lettuces. I mean, poor them, they can’t breath!

Carambole

7 Oct

Another fruit. I know we have this in France but we mainly use it to decorate our dishes. Not really interesting, it doesn’t have any taste. Now i know why we don’t often eat it. But it’s fresh, full of water, and light.

Green Orange

7 Oct

Another kind of green orange but this one is bigger than the other (the size of a clementine) and the inside is really orange, like a normal orange.

The taste is more between grapefruit and orange.

Little Green

7 Oct

This is a small orange that looks exactly like a green lemon (in color and size).

I knew it wasn’t a green lemon because i talked about it with my Taiwanese friend that told me that here, oranges are often green.

So i called this one “Little Green” since it’s not orange anymore.

The taste is between green lemon and orange, but i’m not sure if it was riped when i ate it…

Red Pear

7 Oct

Little red pear, sweet and nice.

Crêperie La Bretagne

7 Oct

Another disappointment.

Starter, a salad. I was glad because finally we could have a salad. Even if their lettuce aren’t fresh (you can only find iceberg lettuce here). But the sauce? Yogourt? Ok, why not. Surprising, but ok, it wasn’t bad.

Then the crêpe. I chose a egg & ham one. First, it arrived cold. And it wasn’t because everyone was served and i was the last one, no we all had our crêpe lukewarm while it was supposed to be hot. Then, there were nearly only salad again, with yogourt again inside while they didn’t mention that it was a “salad crêpe with some ham and an egg”. And even for those who chose salmon, the salad was nearly the main dish.

And they don’t even know how to cook an egg?! Com’on! The eg yolk was all dried!

And then, the dessert. Hum, the size…Not even a quarter of a crêpe and it cost more than 2 lunch near NCCU… The ice-cream didn’t have any taste. And my so called “Suzette crêpe” had only the orange taste, exit the Grand Marnier and the nice butter…

The only thing that was great was the cider.

Considering the price that’s nearly the same as Paul (around 450TWD), i’d definetly prefer Paul. This is just a scam. I know that French food here is expensive and isn’t the same as in France, but still in itself it was not good and it’s a way too much for this.

Crêperie La Bretagne
n°13 Chifeng Road
MRT Zhongshan

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