> CENTRAL TAIWAN > DINING
MAGAZINE, May 2006
255, TaiYuan Road, section1, 1F (near corner of NingXia
--By Niang Chen, translated by Cara Steenstra
Weitee's interior decor is attractive, with
a high ceiling and gorgeous tasseled drapes separating the
tables. The restaurant exudes an air of quiet elegance the
moment you step through the door and leave behind hustle of
bustle of the city. Herbal hot pots here are prepared with
selected herbs imported from Germany. The carefully calculated
ratio of herbs creates a near-perfect blend of texture, health,
nature and freshness, with a lasting floral and herbal aroma.
The most popular choice here is the Rosemary and Tomato Pot.
The rich tomato soup base contains the alluring fragrance
of rosemary and a pleasingly light flavor. The Lemongrass
and Milk Pot combines lemongrass, milk and a blend of herbs.
After cooking your meat and vegetables in the soup, what is
left over is a delicious concoction that you will drink one
mouthful after another, so that even your breath is fragrantly
herb-scented. There is a great choice of main dishes--such
as top-grade beef, pork, lamb, seafood or combination--all
priced between NT$220 and NT$480. Enjoy your meal with a selection
of fruity sauces, sesame paste or Japanese-style mustard sauce,
depending on your choice of meat. Each table gets free imported
German herbal tea and Green Papaya and Apple Ice slushies.