[quote=“colorwalk”]Thanks fee & Incubus for the additional info and for sharing your experience at Bunny. It seems you both agree on one thing at least… and that it’s a bit expensive. May I ask how expensive we’re talking about here (an estimate, maybe)?
If the price doesn’t sound too bad for me, I may drop in and give it a try after all- if only to satisfy my curiosity![/quote]
For the set lunch meals, probably NT$300-500. You get a soup/salad, main dish from a fixed list of about five choices, and maybe a little dessert and a coffee/tea.
Believe it or not, I once had a really nice “mac and cheese” for lunch there. It was great–four cheeses, very creamy. There’s usually a chicken dish and some kind of fish or seafood as well.
Dinner is much more expensive. In fact, it might even be a different menu. I’m thinking NT$500-800 for an entee. Wine and beer are available, as well. (I’ve never been to Bunny’s for dinner).
If you don’t want to spend too much, why not go there for lunch, or afternoon tea. I think it’s from 2 to 5 p.m. (or so), after the lunch rush. You can check out the atmosphere, and just order some tea, coffee, or cake.
They do have Belgian beers available–the usual suspects, Duvel, Chimay, and some fruit beers. Might be a “happy hour” deal of some sort, but I’m not sure.
And be sure to try to the related bakery nearby (same owner)–Boite de Bijou.
Patisserie Boite de bijou 珠寶盒法式點心坊
Address: 19-1, Ln 33, Lishui St, Taipei (台北市麗水街33巷19號之1)
Telephone: (02) 3322-2461
Open:10am to 9pm
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Have fun, and happy eating!