many different types of pastry items here, taro, cream cheese, fruit, hot dog and cheese, cakes and boba
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The bread and coffee here are really good. The only problem is that depending on the day/time, you may be faced with a long line to buy the bread. There is only one line to buy bread and you can also get drinks at the same time. If you are only buying coffee, you can go to the cashier on the left side of the bakery which is only for drinks and sweets. Some of our favorites are the white chocolate bread, chocolate croissant, mushroom bread and garlic bread.
Sometimes there are lines out the door here. It's a self-service bakery with pastries that are familiar to Americans as well as Taiwanese customers. Very interesting ingredients such as taro, mango, sausage, cheese are used in items that sit happily in spotless display next to items such as chocolate croissants, custard tarts, cinnamon twists, cranberry and cream cheese rolls. The coffee here is good, too. Don't expect to sit and have a Starbucks experience, though. The tables and chairs are tiny, and in the way of the crowds that come through. Great quality.
Try to avoid the line at this place. otherwise i usually get a bunch of the original buns to go, and the taro half moon and they're fresh, and the service is fast
If you are in the area, this is definitely a must....There are so many varieties and combinations of pastries you've never thought of, but they are so good! My husband and I picked some up on our way back to the hotel, in case we got hungry later. He ate most of it without sharing. We ended up having to go back for more.