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Best Italian Restaurant of 2011

Help us recognize the best restaurants, bars, and pubs in Taiwan. Place your vote in each poll before 1 Jan 2012

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Please post requests for new categories in the Best of 2011 polls in this thread - over here. Please include at least three poll options to get it started. We will review it and decide whether to include it asap

Best Italian is at?

Poll ended at 01 Jan 2012, 15:54

Capones
0
No votes
Chianti
0
No votes
Coda
0
No votes
Cosi o Cosi
1
25%
Cucina Sole
1
25%
Johnny Cucina Italiana
0
No votes
La Forchetta
0
No votes
Mamma Mia
0
No votes
Primo Trattoria
1
25%
Toscana
0
No votes
Walilei
1
25%
Other (please post name)
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 4

Best Italian Restaurant of 2011

Postby elektronisk » 30 Nov 2011, 15:54

If you chose "Other" please be sure to post the name and I will count them manually for the final poll results. If no name is posted/given/pm'd for "Other" the vote will not count.

You can change your vote anytime until January 1, 2012.
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Re: Best Italian Restaurant of 2011

Postby Rockefeller » 09 May 2012, 05:51

Went to Primo Trattoria Sunday evening. Judging from the one dish I had they have pretty good pasta. Their pizza wasn't bad either, all things considered. Bottom line: good place for lunch/dinner with family friends or both.
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