How grateful I am with the Petite Passport Facebook Page? Very much. Because otherwise I didn’t meet Ruby from Taiwan. A blogger who wrote about Petite Passport for her website Ruru’s Laboratory. She checked out one of the fabulous cafes Taiwan has to offer and handed in a perfect report to make all my readers want to travel to Taipei asap.
Most striking feature:
“Megane Cafe is situated in a small alley inside a busy district in Taipei, so I supposed lots of local people see it as an urban retreat. The cafe has a small charming part, imagine a balcony on the ground floor, semi-separated from the main part by glass window. Suitable for people who would like a cup of coffee and not fully locked indoor.
They’ve got lots of lots of Japanese lifestyle magazines, some of them are a bit like vtwonen, and there are many small items used in daily life as interior decoration as well. So all in all I would describe the interior design as Kyoto style plus some local Taiwanese touch. And I really enjoyed their attention to details. Walking into the cafe just makes me calm, walking away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.”
Check out: www.coffeemegane.com
“I’ve ordered Japanese Matcha, a kind of green tea. I love it because it reminds me of a place near Kyoto called Uji, a city famous for Matcha and has turned Matcha into lots of food like jelly, ice-cream, cake and more. My friend ordered Megane Latte (the one in the raindrop mug).”