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vintage deco, location, worth a visit!

only visitors having meal there are eligible to take photos so we have a breakfast there with... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2015
Agnes Y
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Hong Kong, China
Great night!

I loved this place as the foods are delicious, ambience is jus cozy witj friendly staffs. Most... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2014
Carmen C
via mobile
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Reviewed 5 August 2015

only visitors having meal there are eligible to take photos
so we have a breakfast there with traditional Chinese meal.

the price range is average, not really expensive.

the restaurant is not big as we thought we would travel for more than 2 hour.
in reality, only the dining area is worthwhile to take photos

the location is an advantage, as all other spots in Taichung are far from central station.
it is near one of the famous food market and easy to access there by bus.

1  Thank Agnes Y
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Reviewed 24 July 2014 via mobile

At planning to had a dinner at here. After visited the place we change our mind, since the style looking too old. We prefer to have something special and delicious.

1  Thank MandyC86
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Reviewed 28 April 2014 via mobile

I loved this place as the foods are delicious, ambience is jus cozy witj friendly staffs. Most important the price is quite affordable!

1  Thank Carmen C
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Reviewed 23 December 2013

Just a small theme restaurant that housed some good memories such as old train models and ticketing system.
Impatient staff.

2  Thank Yuzimomo
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Reviewed 9 December 2013

Went to Xiang Jiao Xin Le Yuan after visiting the Confucius Temple.
It is a 2mins walk and should definitely come together in your itinerary.

A must-go place for vintage lovers. I enjoyed looking at all the decors and the beautiful vintage photos and advertisements plastered all over the restaurant. I went on a Saturday and there was a NT100 per head minimum expenditure to enter, not an issue considering that a glass of bubbletea there would set you back approx NT60-80. We spent an hour chilling in the restaurant and reading updated Vivi, Esquire magazines that are free to read in the restaurant.

Great place especially to bring the folks as they can reminisce on the good old days and memorabilia.

3  Thank Qlimax
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