El Mason Plaza De Espana Spanish
This Taichung restaurant has just moved from Dakken this summer 2010 and is located in the heart of Taichung just outside the little Europe area. El Mason Plaza De Espana Spanish Restaurant is another famous addition to Taichung restaurants 2010.The Chef/owner William Cheng is best-known for his four famous delicious paellas.This cozy, popular Spanish restaurant is enriched with Spanish decor and style. Recently moved from the popular Dakken scenic area to a quiet lane between Dadun 4th and 5th streets and WenXin and DaDun roads.Get out to this fast growing popular restaurant and enjoy famous Spanish food to fit your budget and fulfill your appetite. William has who learned his skills in Sevilla, Spain who mastered his skills in Sevilla, Spainwho learned his skills creates excitement for your dining experience. Highly reccommended for couples, family’s or an individuals wanting a nice change of pace or a cozy brunch . He will surely keep people happy and fulfilled with his delicious Tapa Tapa dishes. The boss is a dedicated restaurateur inspired for bringing Spanish cuisine to Taiwan with a loving touch of Spain and it’s fabulous Spanish cuisines. With just one sitting here at this new flourishing 25 +seat restaurant establishment. Enjoy Spanish recipes, light playing Latin-style music in the background in an atmosphere set in Spain. You can be ensured that El Mason Plaza De Espana Authentic Spanish Food in Taichung prepares and cooks your meal to perfection. Their unique Spanish flavor comes alive with many dishes on their extensive Mediterranean menu and many Tapas appetizers to choose from including soups, salads, and desserts. Top it off with the popular Spain national drink, a Sangria. Monthly wine-and-food events.Choose between about 12 Spanish tapas appetizers and more selections always being added to the menu to keep you coming back. Enjoy your authentic Spanish food together with some fine wine that will keep you coming back for more. El Meson Plaza de EspanaWhere does the name Plaza de Espana Spanish come from?Come in and ask the boss William, he will tell you a nice story.