If you have a sweet tooth or love to try afternoon tea around the world, you shouldn’t miss this small restaurant in Taipei. This place is opened by a old Taiwanese traditional sweets/cake store in Taiwan – Guo Yuan Yi. The brand is often associated with cakes and biscuits it makes for weddings in Taiwan. Continue reading
The cool thing about living in Taipei is you can attend all sorts of classes, some of which might not be so easily accessible even in its “country of origin”. We went to the Beitou Museum for a Japanese wagashi (sweets that go with the bitter matcha) making session. Set in a historic… Continue reading
In the Neihu area of Taipei City, there’s a popular Japanese dessert place. The exterior and interior decor makes you feel as if you’ve just walked into a shop in Tokyo or Kyoto. Continue reading
Theme restaurants are usually pretty fun to try. The theme of this restaurant in Taipei is Korean BBQ in an indoor “camp”. Walking into the restaurant, you’d actually feel you’ve walked outdoor to…
Taiwanese and French fusion seems to be in vogue in the recent years. In Taipei, there are restaurants like this that basically converted the old buildings of the city into Taiwanese-tradition-chic restaurants serving fusion cuisine. Other than “Flesich” in the old Taipei city, this Toh-A’ is another popular place for dine-out.