I wanted to try this restaurant since i arrived, now it’s thing done. It’s an italian restaurant, with risotto and pasta, but you can also have australian beef and some nice fishes.
I chose the Pan-fried snapper with leek and apple kala mansi sauce. What i like there is that for 220 NTD more, you have a soup, a salad, a dessert and tea/coffee offered. The tomatoe salmon soup wastypically an asian version of western soup, with cabbage and carrots. I’m not really fond of seafood soup, so i would have prefered it without the salmon or the seafod broth.
The service is pretty quick and customers are served at the same time (normal in Europe, but definetely not here), which is quite nice.
The salad had the “asian dressing”. I think that they use a different vinegar, that’s why.
My main dish was really nice. However the cauliflower was not cooked enough (between raw and cooked), as well as the broccoli. The purée was nice, not too sticky, but the potatoes would have been more crashed, it would have been even better. The sauce and fish were really nice though, with salt and pepper, just well cooked. I also loved it because it’s well presented, you don’t have too much, the perfect size, and it’s healthy. As for the dessert, they got it from La boîte de bijou, the one i’ve already been. Actually Bunny Listens to the music is the “salty” version of Boite de bijou.I picked a mapple syrop mousse and mascarpone cream dessert, which was pretty nice but not as good as sweet tea. The white chocolate on the top was too sweet. The mapple syrop flavor was nice, but i think there was too much mascarpone cream. Otherwise the insert was nice, just like the biscuit.
Count around 480NTD for the main dish, and add 220ND if you want a soup, salad and desert with a drink.