Steak burger on the news

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Re: Steak burger on the news

Postby StuartCa » 14 Oct 2011, 14:52

milkalex wrote:so the black bread doesn't look nice but it might be healthy - that's not too bad

definitely worth trying. It's got quite a nice spicy taste. You should be able to find squid ink bread in one of Taichungs bakeries
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Re: Steak burger on the news

Postby LPeterC » 14 Oct 2011, 16:13

elektronisk wrote:
LPeterC wrote:
sandman wrote:So, NT$2,000 for two and they (try to) kick you out after just 2 hours? For FUCK'S sakes! Civilized dining -- Taiwan-style! :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao: Fucking peasants!

No! It's $2376 for two.

This is for the "Steak with Foie Gras Burger is provided with unlimited fries and San Miguel beer.
NT$1,080 + 10% per person, limited 2 hours, for two people or more." Correct?


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LPeterC wrote:Not bad for a monthly weekday hang out, for $625 each. By the way, this place is outdoor, under a tent. Some may find it romantic, too dark for me.

This is for the "coupon for the Burger Party for two at $1250." Correct?

It took me a little bit to figure out your prices. :oops:

Correct again. This is for their "ordinary" burgers, plus "unlimited fries and San Miguel beer".
Without coupon, the price is $680+10% per head, or $748.

To shell out that kind of money for a meal. It is worth while to do some thinking.

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By the way, this place is outdoor, under a tent. Some may find it romantic, too dark for me

A 5-star tent? Or more like a night market tent?

The place is a long strip of balcony, called Le Bar. The seating area has some kind of canvas covering. Blue and red LEDs are all over the ceiling, like stars in the sky.

Here is a blog with two pictures of the area. Click for expanded view.
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