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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > November 2007

Maison Kayser

A.

CAFE & ICE CREAM

B.

Breeze Taipei Station (BTS)

3, BeiPing W Rd, 2F; (02) 6632-8999
Hours:11 am-10 pm

In Japan, with its small land mass and booming population, every piece of property is seen as a business opportunity and space needs to be taken advantage of. Lately, several shopping malls inside of train and subway stations, called eki-naka, have sprouted up. Now, Taiwan is following suit. Known as Taiwan's biggest shopping center, the "Breeze Taipei Station" has a new food court on the second floor, which takes up over 2,800 pings of space. Not only can you find different themed restaurants, but there are also vendors selling desserts, a beef noodle shop, a curry palace and four other stalls selling Taiwanese night market food. In addition, the Breeze Center will be opening up some new stores on the ground and basement floors and changing the second floor around. Next year, there will be a supermarket, coffee shop, bakery, daily necessity store, a bookstore, and a local delicacy store. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Maison Kayser, the French bakery, is situated in the dessert section of food court. Customers can choose from a limited selection of sweets like cakes and sweet puffs.

B. Movenpick Cafe & Ice Cream imports Danish Baguettes (NT$70, NT$85), which are small pastries referred to as "One Hand Baguettes" because of travelers' penchant for eating them on trains. Bagels made with Danish flour (NT$50), Toasted Roll-Ups (NT$150) and Quesadillas (NT$150) are also available here.

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