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COMPASS MAGAZINE > July 2015
   

iCapsule Cafe
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iCapsule Cafe
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iCapsule Cafe
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iCapsule Cafe

812, Taiwan Blvd, Sec 4, Xitun Dist
(04) 2462-9018
Hours: 8 am-5:30 pm
Minimum charge NT$100/person.
Cash only.
No service charge.
Wi-Fi available.

As its name hints, this petite cafe's broad selection of 30-plus coffees (including decaffeinated options) are all made with capsules and machines from brands like illy and Nespresso. --By Douglas Habecker, translated by S. Ying

A. Food includes two breakfast sets (NT$99 and NT$108) until 11 a.m. After 11 a.m., meals include four bagel sandwiches, from Tuna to Peanut Butter Bacon, plus items like the Cheese English Muffin (NT$128) with either smoked chicken or ham; kids meals (NT$118), and Boeuf Bourguignon or Mediterranean Alfredo Chicken main entrees (NT$178 with fruit, salad, rice). Desserts (NT$50-75) include brownies, cheesecake and various fruit tarts.

B. A spacious, living room-like second floor has big tables, sofas and a kids' play area. This is used for weekly, two-hour classes for adults (weekdays) and children (weekends) on baking, soap-making, arts and crafts, plus mid-late-July children's summer camps (call 04-2462-9218), and can also be booked for various company and other group gatherings (including evenings).

C. The cafe's light-colored first floor seats about 15 in a relaxing ambiance.

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