It's OK ☆☆☆
Taipei restaurant / cafe offering: Coffee & Tea / Pasta / Salad / Sandwiches / Brunch / Dessert
Address & Phone:
No. 80, Bo'ai Rd., Jhongjheng Dist., Taipei City 100
Last Reviewed: 1 Nov 2011
Cafe Latte is quite big inside with outside seating in the back and a little second floor that has a view of the first floor and the street outside, thanks to the large windows. Background music plays to provide an ambiance for your lounging experience, which helps to block out the chatting groups that may be present. The decor hints at being European with the beautiful murals on the walls and the huge white arch on the ceiling. The way they space out the different seating sections creates a variety of atmospheres that will accommodate almost any type of situation: solo privacy, job or school work session, having a meeting, chatting with friends, or just relaxing.
I was impressed with their coffee's flavor. I've tried three different coffee variations both hot and cold and they were all good. Their mocha was not overly sweet. The only food item that I tried was the ice cream muffin (which is actually ice cream waffles), but the waffles were like most places in Taiwan, dry and hard with not much toppings. Some of their other food items besides their main focus of pasta are sandwiches and salads.
Vegetarian options: Spanish Frittata, French Scrambled Eggs Lettuce Sandwich, Fresh Vegetables & Fruit Salad Sandwich, Cream Pumpkin With Mushroom & Fresh Vegetables Spaghetti, Fresh Vegetable And Mushroom With Tomato Sauce, Baked French Bread & Cheese Egg Set, Ice-Cream waffles (hard waffles with almost no toppings, I'd skip this item).
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The location turned into Ducat Gold, a restaurant that I've never tried and am not enticed to do so.
No. 80, Bo'ai Rd., Jhongjheng Dist.,
Taipei City 100
Phone: (02) 2361-9272
Hours: Mon - Thu: 7:30am - 10pm
Fri: 7:30am - 11pm
Sat & Sun: 8am - 10pm
English & Chinese Menu
Credit Cards Accepted
Average Drink: NT$130