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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > January 2008

Coffee Museum

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Coffee Museum

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Coffee Museum

(02) 2731-3588
23, Lane 151, RenAi Rd, Sec 4
Hours: 7 am-12 pm
Credit cards not accepted. No service charge.
Minimum charge NT$70/person.
MRT: ZhongXiao/DunHua Station # Exit 3

Located in Taipei City's East district of Taipei City, Coffee Museum sells hot coffee, teas and pastries for as little as NT$70. This ideal afternoon tea set is matched by Coffee Museum's relaxing environment and cozy corners. The coffee shop is a good destination for solo reading, intimate conversations, or large get-togethers. There are plenty of choices when it comes to different coffee brands, ground or boiled right when you order. The selection here is the main reason this place is always filled with coffee lovers of all ages and backgrounds! --By Joan Chang, translated by Ann Lee

A. Hawaii Kona (NT$150, with bread) is brewed with Hawaiian coffee beans and temperature-controlled water. The taste is slightly sour with a bitter aftertaste, which provides a multi-layered texture. Lavender Latte (NT$100, with cake) is another popular choice. If you want to try something different, go for the Banana Latte (NT$110, with cake), with a strong banana aroma.

B. For a meal, try the Grilled Herbs Chicken Steak (NT$200), made with an entire chicken drumstick, marinated with various spices and accompanied by seasonal vegetables. The portion is quite generous and will certainly fill you up. Fried Rice with Spicy German Sausage (NT$109) is another recommended dish.

 

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