Food & Beverage
Sushi lovers in Taiwan, hold your breath! Authentic sushi chain restaurant finally arrived in our vicinity. Have you heard about Kura Sushi from fellow food-lovers? Not only in Taipei city (since end of December last year), it has opened its second Taiwan branch in Taichung too with business started officially just earlier this month.
Have you guys been wondering if there is any community where foreigners in Taipei can meet-up and mingle with locals, at the same time exchanging language skills? There is one (that we’ve heard quite a lot before but only recently proved it does exist) in convenient area of Ximending!
Like to take a walk in Yuanshan Expo Park? Familiar with the crowd in MAJI2? Future Factory Coffee maybe a good option for your half-an-hour rest. Located just around mere 2-minute-walk from Exit 1 of Yuanshan MRT, this small cafe is known to provide good cup of coffee to almost everyone: groups of friends, casual business meetings or family gathering.
Reminiscing our last visit to the rising sun of Asia, I was really excited once we randomly passed by a Doutor cafe in Taipei, just around Minquan East Rd. Station. Pleased of their breakfast experience in Japan, we are curious how will it be like in their overseas establishment.
If you are manga or anime lover, pretty sure you know One Piece or perhaps you’re also a fan of the Straw Hats Pirates. If so and you’re in Taipei, PEG Coffee should be your next destination!
Haven’t you noticed the latest trend of latte art? It’s no longer simply a flat drawing of hearts, flowers, cute animals or cartoon characters, but it’s 3D now! Don’t you think it will be truly enhance our coffee time experience? If you agree, this post may be one possible reference 😉
What’s your impression when you heard the name of this place, “The Toast Heaven”? Literally a place full with variety of toasts? YES! It may be disappointing for you who aren’t bread lovers, but their menu just covers toasts – sweet french toasts with ice cream and fruits toppings and savoury ones with ham, sausages, and other meaty items.
Anybody here in Taiwan (or more specifically Taipei) from the US or was back from study there has been missing American-style Chinese takeaway? Or anybody is curious about the popular “Chinese takeaway box” from those US movies? 😉