When you walk into Kooks, you'll see surrealist paintings, English novels, and a cash register on a stomach-height, white brick wall. Not your average Taiwanese eatery, you may say.
That's because Kooks is a western-style restaurant owned by a Canadian ex-pat and his wife right here in Danshui. Kooks offers an extensive menu with a vast variety of burgers, wraps, pitas and salads, as well as sodas, beers, and wines. It's known for its large servings, its crispy fries, its big burgers (that send juices trickling down your hands), its well-seasoned sauces and its reasonable prices.
Although at peak times you may wait a little while for your meal, Kooks remains a favorite among locals and ex-pats alike. So, while studying at Tamkang, come give it a try!
Chicken Caesar Salad
Creamy Bacon Pasta
Tikka Beef Wrap
Drifters Favor with Fries
Tex-mex Chicken Rice
Brownie with Ice-cream
1F., No.12, Ln. 18, Reni St., Danshui Dist., New Taipei City 251, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
The average set meal costs around NT $200 - $250 (US $6 - $8). This will get you a main course of your choice, a salad and fries.
Chicken caesar salad
Smoked salmon panini
Drifter's Favor sandwich (tomato and bacon)
Super Vegetarian Burger
Tex-mex chicken spiced rice
Vegetarian Tikka Wrap