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PINGTUNG DINING FEATURE

FYI SOUTH Magazine, August 2005.

Domalie Bakery

18, MinSheng E. Rd., Pingtung
(08) 721-0425
Hours: 8 am-10:30 pm

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--By Matt Gibson, Rebekah Godfrey, Brandon Campazzie, Delaney Seiferling Translated by Annie Liu

If you live in Pingtung, odds are you have tried one of Domalie Bakery's cakes or desserts wrapped in the familiar brown boxes. The owners of Domalie stress health and well-being, so they make a point of using less sugar and butter than their competitors, attempting to combine foreign influence with the Taiwanese flavor. The flour for all their offerings is imported from France, as are some of the herbs they use. They offer a wide range of breads (ranging from NT$15 - NT$45) and other sweets, many of which are unique to their shops. The French Herb pan bread is a favorite. Their desserts are one of their biggest draws. Their cakes are healthier and tastier than other shops in the area. Cake flavors include vanilla, coffee, chocolate, green tea and black sugar. There are three shops, the largest is located at 18, MinSheng East Road, and the two smaller shops are at 315, JhongJeng road and on Tajen University (open during the school year). Domalie Bakeries are packed full of good stuff, so give them a try if you haven't done so yet.

 

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