Taichung
Google
 
Web Taiwanfun
COMPASS: +886 (4) 2358-5466

 

-ARTICLES
-DINING
-NIGHT LIFE
-TEA/COFFEE
-SHOPPING
-ARTS/LEISURE
-REAL ESTATE
-MOVIES
-TRAVEL
-INFORMATION
-MUSIC SCENE
-HUMOUR
-CLASSIFIEDS
-PERSONALS
-LANGUAGE EXCHANGE
-ABOUT US
-MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION

HOME > CENTRAL TAIWAN > TEA & COFFEE

COMPASS MAGAZINE > February 2014
   

 Cafe Orangery
A.

 Cafe Orangery
B.

 Cafe Orangery
C.

Cafe Orangery

(04) 2301-5919
327, ZhongMing S Rd, West Dist.
Hours: 11 am-10 pm
English menu available.
Free WiFi.
Cash only.
No service charge.

Fresh, North American-style dessert and coffee creations--plus other drinks like the Masala Chai, Marshmallow Hot Chocolate, Mulled Wine and caffeine-free Vanilla Bean Steamer--and help set this cafe apart from the crowd. There are also daily-special meal entrees. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by Angel Pu

A. Some of Orangery's tastiest desserts aren't on the menu but, rather, in the glass display case. These include (left-right) very big, warm Chocolate Chip Cookies; white, dark or strawberry Chocolate Spoons (NT$40, included with Hot Chocolate); cupcakes; lollipop-like Cake Pops (NT$50); "Forgotten Kisses" Meringue Cookies (NT$50 for 4); and mini cupcakes (NT$50 for 3). Popular drinks include (pictured) the citrus-flavored Orangery Au Lait (NT$150) and the peppermint-infused Candy Cane Latte, served with a candy cane and marshamallow.

B. The comfortable seating here includes a spacious indoor area, nice outside tables and an upstairs balcony.

C. Food items include Ham & Cheese Quiche (pictured, NT$150), salads, sandwiches, and a couple breakfast/brunch selections.

Compass Magazine is required by law to remind you not to drink and drive.

View This Page In Chinese

  Contributor's Boards other resources  
© COMPASS GROUP 2000-2014 site by GCT Taiwan - Search Engine Optimization