There’s a few pet cafes in Taipei, but not many that have both cats and dogs. At Kitten Coffee Garden 小貓花園咖啡, they mostly have cats and 2 very CHILL dogs. Personally, I’m more of a dog person. Kitten Coffee Garden has both cats and dogs, it worked out.
As for dog cafes in Taipei, there aren’t many. I’ve been to a few places that have at least 1 dog, but not like a dog pack.
There’s no fee for admission, but there is a minimum purchase fee of NT$140. That minimum is really easy to meet because all drinks start at NT$140 and then go up in price from there.
Additionally, you can purchase food for the animals. As soon as the animal here’s that food wrapper, they’ll come up to you.
All the animals were very relaxed. When people would enter or leave, none of them would be too excited and run up to the new people or even be defensive. All the animals were relaxed, but not too friendly unless you have food. They know how to work the system.
This Taipei Pet Cafe, Kitten Coffee Garden 小貓花園咖啡 is located RIGHT next to the Zhishan MRT station for easy access anywhere in Taipei. If you’re looking for a place to hang out in Taipei, this is a pretty good one!
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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SERVICE: The [Service] is based on the dining experience. This includes the ambiance of the restaurant and how the interactions with the staff.
VALUE: The [Value] is based on both the Quality and Service in relation to the price. Ratings for food with a low price are a little more generous than food with a high price.
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Supermarkets and convenience stores in Taiwan (7-Eleven, Family Mart) do not accept credit cards (at least not American credit cards). You can only make purchases by cash or by using your pre-loaded funds on your EasyCard.
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