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COMPASS MAGAZINE > March 2016

 

RUYI Sunny Cake

(04) 2452-0917
235, HanXiang Rd, Xitun Dist
Hours: 8 am-10 pm
Credit cards accepted.

Sun cakes have always been Taichung's local specialty, but baking techniques for these delicacies are constantly evolving. Ruyi Sunny Cake has created its own unique style, with a tourist factory and strong marketing. Its handmade sun cakes also won first place over 500 other bakeries at the 2nd National Bakery Competition. Each visitor is welcomed with freshly-brewed coffee or hot barley tea, and served free sun cakes, lemon cakes, or mung bean pastries. The bright bakery feels like a stylish cafe with comfortable wooden tables and chairs, allowing guests to relax as they select and enjoy their treats. --By Uvia Chang, translated by Anna Yang

RUYI Sunny Cake RUYI Sunny Cake
Right: Pineapple cakes, mung bean pastries, lemon cakes and other sun cake flavors of malted milk and sesame are packed in the gift box.

RUYI Sunny Cake RUYI Sunny Cake
Left: Cakes emerge from the oven.
Right: Eight handmade sun cakes (NT$360)--Made with six dough-rolling steps, these pastries feature a crispy layer filled with malt sugar fragrances that are sweet but not cloying.

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