5 Sweet Taipei Dessert Cafes

If you’re enjoying the delights Taipei has to offer but get a sudden attack from a pesky sweet tooth, not to worry! Taiwan is heaven for desserts, snow ice (shaved ice) came from here, so did bubble tea! Taipei has an abundance of choice when it comes to picking out a nice cafe with an even nicer dessert, heres 5 to get you started!

 

1. BW General Store

Matcha ice cream with azuki beans (bwgeneralstore)

 

Orange and cream chiffon cake (bwgeneralstore)

At first glance, BW General Store seems like not much to write home about, with its plain and simple desserts. However, upon exploring further, we were pleasantly surprised to find the cafe selling quirky items like one of a kind handmade gifts, vintage tools for your everyday life or even Japanese albums picked out by the owner.

The interior of BW General Store (bwgeneralstore)

The absence of exaggerated designs or furniture in this eccentric cafe provides its patrons with a sense of serenity in the hustle and bustle of city life in Taipei.

BW General Store (guaguajiiia)

In line with its peculiar theme, there are some days when customers are allowed to dine in but on other days, you can only do takeaways. Be sure to check BW General Store‘s Facebook page to prevent ruining your itinerary with a wasted trip.

Address: No. 35, Lane 194, Songjiang Rd, Zhongshan District, Taipei City

2. Flügel Studio: Delicious desserts with a great diversity

Flugel Studio (bernieweisse)

Flügel Studio is the “to-go” cafe of many dessert lovers and it’s easy to understand why once you’ve been there.

Flugel Studio (sileas_tsai)

From pies to chiffon cakes, there’s a diverse range of desserts served at this cafe but here’s the catch: whether a dessert is a hit or miss with your tastebuds, it’s virtually impossible to purchase the same dessert because Flügel Studio has a new menu everyday! The menus are posted on their Facebook page daily to keep their fans in suspense.

Opening Hours: 1pm — 7pm
Address: No. 3, Lane 34, Section 1, Xinhai Rd, Da’an District, Taipei City

3. La Vie Friande

La Vie Friande (ans1027ans)

The owner of La Vie Friande uses her living room as dining area for its customers every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 1pm — 3:30pm. Bookings have to be done beforehand and slots are opened every last Sunday of the month.

Although the concept of exclusive private-dining is still foreign in most Asian countries, La Vie Friande is evidently becoming increasingly popular with dining slots being completely wiped out within minutes.

La Vie Friande (guaguajiiia)

Each dining session consists of six people and if you’re lucky enough to grab a slot, each dessert set costs NT500 (USD $16), consisting of three different desserts and tea. With no specific menu, your tastebuds are in for a surprise every visit you make to La Vie Friande.

La Vie Friande zoenounou

The hospitable host and cosy environment allow diners to relax and feel right at home, making it perfect for Taiwanese after a long day of work or homesick tourists. You can check out their Facebook or website for more information.

Address: No. 22, Huanhe Rd, Xindian District, New Taipei City

4. Wood White House

Wood White House (shihping123)

Wood White House rose in popularity shortly after its opening. Although they serve beverages and savoury items like quiche, Wood White House is mainly known the variety of sweet pies they serve that comes in an interesting mixture of flavours, winning the hearts of many diners.

Wood White House (hsieh_wen)

The lemon matcha pie — one of Wood White House‘s most popular pies — is sour with a tinge of sweetness from its white chocolate decorations and has an underlying green tea taste, filling your mouth with an explosion of flavours.

Wood White House (purpleharn)

If their pies aren’t enough reasons to visit Wood White House, you’ll be glad to know that they have free wifi and charging sockets provided with no service fee! (Now you know where to charge your phones after a day of playing Pokemon Go.)

You can check their Facebook for more information.

Opening hours:
Monday – Thursdays: 12:00pm — 9:00pm
Fridays & Saturdays: 12:00pm — 10:00pm

Address: No. 8, Lane 226, Song Jiang Rd., Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taipei City 104

5. CHANTEZ Pâtisserie

CHANTEZ Patisserie (janet_chen_)

 

CHANTEZ Patisserie jingyu_huang

Previously known as Project 25, the owner of this cafe took their dessert dreams to the next level after rebranding themselves as CHANTEZ Pâtisserie. There were limited seats as the cafe got more popular in the past, and the snaking long queues forced latecomers to takeaway and off potential customers who wish to dine in.

CHANTEZ Patisserie summerchair

After renovation, CHANTEZ Pâtisserie is now more spacious and capable of hosting more diners. They have also added new items into their menu after reopening, attracting both returning and new customers.

You may check their Facebook for more information.

Address: No. 31, Section 3, Jinan Rd, Da’an District, Taipei City,

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