I don’t know how many seguers smoke, but please bear with me.
My friend and I went to TGIF next to Sogo tonight for dinner. We naturally asked for the non-smoking section of the store, which was upstairs on 2F. However, when we went there there were still people smoking there too. In other words the area was a smoking area by default.
Now we complained to the manager who was apologetic but didn’t do anything else.
So can anyone tell me: what is the Taipei city law on smoking in public places, incl. restaurants? I want to be sure that I am on good grounds before I lodge an official complaint with the management/health department.
I do know that another restaurant changed their policy as a result of onoe of my friends complaining and calling, and their seating arrangements weren’t any different from TGIF’s. So can you point out the recent city law…? It should be in English, but I don’t know where to look