The Best DESSERT Spots in Taipei l Cafes & Bakeries

September 27, 2019

Liesl and I were both born with a sweet tooth, and on weekends we satisfy our cravings by making our way around the city, trying as many desserts as we possibly can. After tasting our fair share of desserts in Taipei, we've decided to share with you the BEST desserts spots we've been to, and the ones we highly recommend. Scroll down to see our list, and be prepared to drool!!

 

JellyJelly 慢工烘焙 

Mango Summer CakeSparkling Lemonade. This lovely little corner cafe close to Zhongxiao Xinsheng MRT station offers a curated selection of drinks and desserts, including yummy treats such as The interior is bright with wrap-around windows and tons of natural light streaming in, and the laid-back atmosphere is ideal for a quick afternoon dessert break.  and

 

Read our full review here.

 

Milk Bar by BKA 

If you're looking for the BEST waffles in Taipei, look no further than this "it"-cafe located in the vibrant Songshan District. With its gorgeous minimalist interiors, all-white outdoor terrace, heavenly waffles AND some of the best flavored lattes we’ve had in Taipei, it's one of our favorite spots for sweet treats in the city. 

 

Read our full review here.

 

Paper & Tea 柏林選茶

Only a 5-minute walk from Zhongshan MRT station, sits this stunning tea room located inside lifestyle store Marais 瑪黑家居選物, where you can browse for items such as candles, cleaning supplies, plates, cutlery, water bottles and other unique gifts. The tea room has a HUGE selection of iced and hot original, fruity or herbal teas and milk teas, and also yummy desserts such as Dutch Baby pancakes, Caramel Fig Brioche, cheesecake and more. Yum!  

 

Read our full review here.

 

Flügel Studio

Flügel StudioDie Flügel Cafe is a European-style cafe that serves some of the most scrumptious, melt-in-your-mouth German cakes and tarts (Some of the BEST desserts we've had in Taipei!). Also known as , it is located near Taipower Building MRT, and is filled with antique and wooden tables and chairs; creating a relaxing ambiance to sit back and enjoy a cup of tea and some freshly-baked cake.

 

Read our full review here.

 

 

Heritage Bakery & Cafe

Heritage Bakery & Cafe is located in Taipei's Zhonzheng District and a mere 10-minute walk from Ximen MRT Station. They serve a wide range of American-style desserts such as Cinnamon Rolls, Blueberry Cheese Tart, Carrot Cake, Strawberry Chocolate Tart, and many MANY more. We can’t recommend Heritage Bakery & Cafe enough, and their welcoming and friendly staff always make our visits even more perfect.

 

Read our full review here.

 

Coffee DPT

 

Coffee DPT used to be located in the bustling Huashan 1914 Creative Park, but recently relocated to Zhongxiao Fuxing, opening a slightly smaller shop, but still selling their oh-so-famous and mouthwatering chocolate and caramel cookies. Rumor has it they've also added some new variations such as red velvet and double chocolate cookies... I'm drooling as we speak!

 

Read our full review of their previous location here.

 

Aruchuu 麓鳩 

Aruchuu 麓鳩 is a lovely spot for an afternoon treat with the girls, and they offer a great selection of freshly baked goods for you to choose from (The menu changes daily!) Located in Songshan District, the space is simple, yet chic and cozy, and as an added bonus they serve mouthwatering desserts and gigantic (and delicious) iced lattes. 

 

Read our full review here.

 

Sugar Pea

I'm sure you're familiar with Sugar Pea, aka the dreamy white cafe in Taipei that's taking over Instagram feeds. Well, if you're not, you're missing out BIG time. Their famous Red Velvet Cake is the best in Taipei, and don't even get me started on their Banana Pancakes, served with peanut butter honey syrup and cream... DROOL! Their bright and sunny sun room is the perfect spot for afternoon tea with the girls. 

 

Read our full review here.

 

Yellow Lemon

If you're a fan of picnics, but just can't stand the thought of sitting outside in Taiwan's humidity, you can head to Yellow Lemon in Neihu District for a unique indoor picnic prepared by Italian chef Andrea Bonaffini himself. From chocolate eclairs, pepper macaroons with king crab, and apple pie sandwiches, to jam filled madeleines and crème brûlée; it is truly one of the most unique (and mouthwatering) experiences we've had in Taipei. 

 

Read our full review here.

 

We love hearing from you, so comment below and share with us your favorite dessert spots in Taipei!

 

 

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