Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

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Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby Bobarctor » 10 Jun 2012, 10:12

What are your recommendation ? Something with a nice and relaxing outdoor seating ? The food quality come second...
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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby Shaktipalooza » 10 Jun 2012, 22:14

Gordon Biersch - for the expat crowd. Food and beer are overpriced but decent.

Taiwan Brewery - not a terrace but a warehouse with some picnic tables outside

Hooters near Nanjing MRT

The Jolly brew pub down the street from hooters

Big Tom's at Sun Yat Sen park

Lots of the tea houses on top of the Maokong gondola

On Tap brew pub

e.181 near Luxy
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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby Bobarctor » 10 Jun 2012, 22:54

Thanks for the list, yes, this is to be completed... :)
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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby muffin » 10 Jun 2012, 23:13

Orange Cafe

Nice rooftop garden-like setting on the 3rd floor.
Very nice during late evening and night time.
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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby Wacow » 13 Jun 2012, 17:43

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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby ceevee369 » 13 Jun 2012, 17:50

If one would add "...not being forced to mix my food with engine exhaust"

What would not remain;
Carnegies - Hooters - 181 (well - if the food is second, it has a good view on passing-by night workers :lol: )

Seriously - I would love to sit outside on a terrace in downtown but unwilling to inhale damps.
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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby Deuce Dropper » 13 Jun 2012, 18:05

Shaktipalooza wrote:Gordon Biersch - for the expat crowd. Food and beer are overpriced but decent.

Taiwan Brewery - not a terrace but a warehouse with some picnic tables outside

Hooters near Nanjing MRT

The Jolly brew pub down the street from hooters

Big Tom's at Sun Yat Sen park

Lots of the tea houses on top of the Maokong gondola

On Tap brew pub

e.181 near Luxy


On Tap is a brew pub?

Carnegies is really good but tough to get a seat.
Hooters is nice, but the beer sucks and the service sucks and the famed waitresses are more annoying than hot.
Patio 84 in Tianmu is good if the regulars aren't staring you down with laser beam eye glares.
On Tap is quite nice too.
But the best is a cozy 7/11 on a quietish street with some import beers in fridge.
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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby urodacus » 13 Jun 2012, 19:58

in Beitou above hell valley there's a great outdoor restaurant with a great view over Beitou/Danshui (well, it looks nice at night, OK?)

cuisine is buffet featuring Mongolian BBQ which you can do yourself or give to the man.

And it's not too expensive, and I forget the name.

nonetheless, it is 90% better than any of the previous mentions which all feature a 20 x 20 foot "terrace" (read 'stoop') in the middle of the city.
The prizes are a bottle of f*!@#$% SCOTCH and a box of cheap f!@#$#$ CIGARS!
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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby tomthorne » 13 Jun 2012, 20:04

Deuce Dropper wrote:But the best is a cozy 7/11 on a quietish street with some import beers in fridge.


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Re: Restaurants with a nice terrace ?

Postby Bobarctor » 13 Jun 2012, 22:13

Ok... so conclusion: the choice is quite limited....
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