Favourite Restaurant in Taiwan (part 2)

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Favourite Restaurant in Taiwan (part 2)

Postby gymbunny » 18 Mar 2012, 09:55

Continuation of this older thread.

Chinese: 小沈記 on Mengshen E and Dunhua,小北平 on Yanshou St.
Dim Sum: 糖朝 on Zhongxiao
Western: Kooks in Danshui
Pizza: Chicago's (hands down)
Hot wings: Hooter's and the Diner
Breakfast/Brunch: My own gaddamn kitchen :wink:
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Re: Favourite Restaurant in Taiwan (part 2)

Postby karen00217 » 06 Mar 2014, 11:06

Chinese:Ding Tai Feng
Western: J.W. Teres restaurant & Bar
http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant ... aipei.html
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Re: Favourite Restaurant in Taiwan (part 2)

Postby teddycahill » 21 Jun 2014, 11:42

hi mates,

My taiwanese gf and I have been riding around Taipei and came across this awesome place offering swiss panini and coffee. Its at 台北市士林區中山北路六段37-1號 Kinfolk cheese & coffee, closeby to Tianmu Sogo and somewhere near Zhishan station. It helps that they speak english, and it certainly captivated me when their boss, offered to share with me about Taiwan and their culture a little (kinda like an exchange). If you guys are keen for a cycling ride with my gf and I, see you there at Kinfolk 1030h for brekkie first on Sundays. We live just around the corner.
Section 6, Zhongshan North Road, Shilin District, Taipéi, Taiwan 台北市士林區中山北路六段37-1號

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