Who’s up for weekend brunch? ME, ME, ME! 😀 Well.. just like any other girls (this is merely my assumption though lol), I am really fond of having lazy brunch over the weekend. It is like one of a kind of a relaxing therapy or simply a ritual that I am looking up to. More over, a lot of choices of cute cafes and bistros are now popping all around (extended) Taipei. However, this does not mean it is easy to find a place where there is no queue.One lazy weekend, previously we had a plan (if I recalled it correctly ), yet it was suddenly cancelled thus we were left with nothing specific to do. Of course, every time I was asked by my partner, I will initiate us nothing else but to go for a full heart-filling meal. Brunch here we come!
As afterwards we want to have a short afternoon walk around Banqiao area, we picked a small and relatively new brunch place around the neighborhood of Xinpu. We were not very sure of its location however with the help of the dearest uncle G**gle we finally managed to spot it 😀
Arriving at the door, there was already queue. We were put into situation (read: we have this allergic symptom about queueing) but as we were too lazy to find some other places we decided to just give it a shot and wait. Around 20 minutes later, our table was finally ready.
We were too hungry to browse the menu thoroughly and hastily hit the ones looking attractive – which seemed most complete and fulfilling.
Overall, score is exceptional for portion quantity and items as well as menu assortment, likeable for taste and presentation. Forgive us for ordering the same thing – most of the time we want to give more varieties, however just consider this time an exception, okay? 😉
And.. along with this post we want to introduce our newest friend, Allen! He will appear more and more in our future posts, soooo please give him many many lurves, peopleeee! *wink*