Best Brunch of 2011

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The best brunch is at?

Poll ended at 01 Jan 2012, 17:13

Carnegie's
3
27%
Goethe Gourmet Gasthaus
0
No votes
Gordon Biersch
0
No votes
The Diner
6
55%
Woolloomooloo
0
No votes
Other (please post name)
2
18%
 
Total votes : 11

Best Brunch of 2011

Postby elektronisk » 25 Nov 2011, 17:13

If you chose "Other" please be sure to post the name and I will count them manually for the final poll results. If no name is posted/given/pm'd for "Other" the vote will not count.

You can change your vote anytime until January 1, 2012.



"Other" so far includes:
. 向 Hsiang The Brunch
. Second Floor Café




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Re: Best Brunch of 2011

Postby rosarot » 29 Nov 2011, 23:44

I voted other: 向 The Brunch
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Re: Best Brunch of 2011

Postby heimuoshu » 08 Dec 2011, 10:53

2nd floor
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Re: Best Brunch of 2011

Postby tango42 » 08 Dec 2011, 11:22

Those aren't brunches. Those are breakfasts served during the day. Carnegies breakfast sucks and hinges on almost disgusting with all the oil, butter, frozen fake hash browns from a box, cheap fatty meats... but their eggs are good and coffee is good and goes on and on.

Just to throw out a few real brunches.

Hyatt
Formosa Regent
Sheraton
Far Eastern
Sherwood
Palais de Chine
W

And other great tasting breakfasts of good quality of the top of my mind. Granted, they are not top places for the hangover crowd as most people at these places aren't suffering from alcohol absortion after affects.
Omelet to Go
2nd Floor
Posh (multiple locations)

And Grandma Nittis is always a goto place.

If Taipei would just get a champagne brunch, like every other somewhat metropolitian city in Asia, then life would be closer to complete.
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