I will introduce briefly some bakery shops and dessert shops in Taiwan.

A glance at a few bakery shops

Posted by Shiu-Tang Li on Dec 31, 2013

▲ Bakery - 1 (http://blog.xuite.net/chenni037/)

▲ Bakery - 2 (http://www.vrwalker.net/)

▲ Bakery - 3 (http://araiyui.idv.tw/)

A chain coffee & cake shop, "85 degree Celsius"

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They also do coffees and teas, which I would not introduce here.

▲ "85 degree Celsius" in Taiwan (http://www.gomaji.com/)

▲ Their cakes are very good, $1 - $2 USD each. (http://design-forces.blogspot.com/)

▲ Their cakes. (http://www.twllw.com/)

▲ "85 degree Celsius" in California - 1 (http://florada0330.pixnet.net/)

▲ "85 degree Celsius" in California - 2 (http://florada0330.pixnet.net/)

Afternoon tea restaurants in Taipei

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In Taipei, there're many afternoon tea restaurants, offering all kinds of desserts. Here I'll introduce two of them, and both of them all very nice based on my own dining experiences.

1. All you can eat afternoon tea restaurant ($10 USD / person). Let the pictures tell you the stories. (http://takeshi0312.pixnet.net/)

▲ All - you - can - eat - cakes.

▲ More food.

▲ Fruits and salads.

▲ Cake options (once a cake in done, they would offer different cakes)

▲ Drinks.

2. Dazzling Cafe, featuring "Honey Toast" (蜜糖土司), a dessert originated from Japan. (Pictures from http://haruhii.pixnet.net/; http://www.lulutaipei.com/)

▲ The menu.

▲ Tasty toast - 1

▲ Tasty toast - 2

▲ Inside the honey toast are a few oven roasted toast sticks.

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