Baroness 小黑糖(重慶) Review
Although Baroness 小黑糖 is primarily known for their boba tea drinks, they also sell sandwiches. I came here to try their sandwiches which are only served from 11am-7pm.
Each sandwich comes with cabbage, onions, corn and tomato. Then you have your choice of sauce and base. Sandwiches are available with different bases: chicken, fries fish or hash brown. Sauces are pesto, kimchi and tartar.
Fried fish 4/5
The fried fish was from a frozen patty but it was crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. For NT$60 this was a pretty good deal.
The portion of chicken provided was very low for a sandwich but the rest of it was okay.
Even though Baroness 小黑糖 isn’t primarily a sandwich spot, they sell decent sandwiches at a low price. Everything is pretty much items you can get at a supermarket, but they build it well, quick and affordably.
Baroness 小黑糖 Menu And Additional Photos
Baroness 小黑糖 Location
There are multiple locations for Baroness 小黑糖 in Taipei. This is just one location..
It’s food, but you’re not going to enjoy it
Didn’t meet minimum meal expectations
Satisfying and an adequate meal.
So good you’ll eat here again!
You will remember this meal for the rest of your life!
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