Where can I buy good bread in Taipei?

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Re: Where can I buy good bread in Taipei?

Postby Incubus » 28 May 2012, 14:00

Found this place recently:
http://www.facebook.com/Sonnentor.Cafe.tw1
Good bread. :thumbsup:
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Re: Where can I buy good bread in Taipei?

Postby ceevee369 » 28 May 2012, 15:40

Deuce Dropper wrote:I saw two white dudes making bread at the bakery in B1 of 101.


PeterPan in godforsaken Linkou also has a white Baker. Must say their raison/dark wholewheat 55NTD bread is 2 :thumbsup:

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Re: Where can I buy good bread in Taipei?

Postby 500CBFan » 28 May 2012, 23:49

I really like the bread at Bread Tree in Da'an District, Ren'ai Rd., Section 4, Lane 151, #23 (麵包樹 大安區仁愛路四段151巷23號). It's a short walk from Zhongxiao Dunhua MRT station. They have some wonderful varieties with free tasting. The three-cup chicken bread is especially tasty, but the other bread is also very good. http://www.facebook.com/pages/%E9%BA%B5 ... 6789864882
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Postby babab00m » 16 Aug 2012, 17:52

Now if only I could find decent bread


The french baguette from Flavor Field in some Sogo basements (zhishan, Fuxing) is pretty good , just make sure it's not to hard, taiwanese tend to pass on it.
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Postby Blaquesmith » 16 Aug 2012, 20:48

babab00m wrote:
Now if only I could find decent bread


The french baguette from Flavor Field in some Sogo basements (zhishan, Fuxing) is pretty good , just make sure it's not to hard, taiwanese tend to pass on it.


Thanks for the advice, but I do not consider baguettes as decent bread. :lol:

A baguette is the "fast food" of breads, in terms of quality. Today I was at SOGO and saw what they have there... There is no bread, according to my standards.

This is bread:

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And this is how it's used properly:

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Yum yum!
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Postby babab00m » 16 Aug 2012, 21:19

Thanks for the advice, but I do not consider baguettes as decent bread.


Was pointing to the best I found here, and I've been looking. Also whish I could find the bigger breads.
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Postby Mucha Man » 16 Aug 2012, 21:39

Uma orsel has good bread.
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Postby Icon » 17 Aug 2012, 11:20

Blaquesmith wrote:
babab00m wrote:
Now if only I could find decent bread


The french baguette from Flavor Field in some Sogo basements (zhishan, Fuxing) is pretty good , just make sure it's not to hard, taiwanese tend to pass on it.


Thanks for the advice, but I do not consider baguettes as decent bread. :lol:

A baguette is the "fast food" of breads, in terms of quality. Today I was at SOGO and saw what they have there... There is no bread, according to my standards.

This is bread:

Image

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And this is how it's used properly:

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Yum yum!


No pr0nography, please! :cry: Ah, jamon del bueno....

Yep, MM, my bread comes either from Uma Orsel -best European style, Peter has introduced a lot of new items, really yummy, great for sandwiches; or the organic bakery at Tianhou -not that tasty or varied, but at least it is safe!
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Postby Dragonbones » 17 Aug 2012, 11:50

Icon wrote:Yep, MM, my bread comes either from Uma Orsel -best European style, Peter has introduced a lot of new items, really yummy, great for sandwiches; or the organic bakery at Tianhou -not that tasty or varied, but at least it is safe!


Is that Oma Ursel, and is the address in this linked story right? Are there any other locations?
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Re: Clip to Evernote Re: Where can I buy good bread in Taipei?

Postby Icon » 17 Aug 2012, 12:15

Dragonbones wrote:
Icon wrote:Yep, MM, my bread comes either from Uma Orsel -best European style, Peter has introduced a lot of new items, really yummy, great for sandwiches; or the organic bakery at Tianhou -not that tasty or varied, but at least it is safe!


Is that Oma Ursel, and is the address in this linked story right? Are there any other locations?
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/feat/ar ... 2003155483


Yes. For the people who live in Shi-Da or take the Xindian line, the most convenient location is the exclusive bakery store -the others are the combo restaurant with bakery. This one:
Oma Ursel's German Bakery - Xīnhài Store 辛亥店
No. 3, Lane 34, Section 1 Xīnhài Road
It is practically kitty corner to Taipower Building MRT station/across from Guting Elementary.

Then there is Goethe Restaurant -same chain:
Goethe Gourmet Gasthaus
No. 11, Lane 283, Sec.3, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei
This one is great for afternoon tea, IMHO. 100nt and you get herbal tea and a tasty sausage in a bun.

And now they have a Tianmu "store" -within the Takashimaya department store:
Oma Ursel's German Bakery - Tiānmǔ Store 天母店
B1, No. 55, Section 2 Zhōngchéng Road

Website: http://www.oma.ecdiy.com.tw
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