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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, November 2004.

Mister Donut


(02) 8772-5990
39, Fusing S Rd.,Sec1 GF
Hours:11 am-9:30 pm

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t's not every day that people will wait in a line for three hours to buy a donut. But that is exactly what happened the weekend of October 1, when Mister Donut opened in Tienmu. On the third day of business, the line winding into the store was still over 200 people long. Mister Donut stores have been popular in Japan for 30 years. Owned by the President-Chain Corporation, which operates 7-11 and Starbucks stores, Mister Donut is an ambitious franchise that plans to open 100 stores in Taiwan in three years. Fifty varieties of donuts are offered, half of them¡§American style¡¨and half of them ¡§Japanese style.¡¨ Each donut comes with a label indicating its level of sweetness. Some popular donuts are the French Crueller, the Old-Fashioned Yeast Donuts, and the Cake Donuts, which come in a variety of flavors. Try the Angel Cream Donut, the Pon De Ring Chewy Donut, or the Triple Chocolate Donut if you want something different. All of the donuts range from NT$25-35. You can balance out the donut's sweetness with a cup of coffee (NT$50) or a fancier beverage. Try Mister Donut---it's worth the "weight." Japanese website: www.misterdonut.co.jp --By Rachel Lanning, translated by Uvia Chang


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