Magie Du Levain
Magie Du Levain Review
Magie Du Levain has a lot of nice looking desserts, pastries and breads. They’ve created a pretty comfortable vibe to hangout to take a break with nice aesthetics. Unfortunately, all of the pastries and breads have signs that are only in Chinese. Google Translate comes in super handy here, but will definitely slow you down.
2/5 Coffee Latte (Ice blended drink): The Magie Du Levain’s coffee latte ice blended drink costs NT$110 which is just a little cheaper than a coffee frappucino from Starbucks at NT$120. The only difference is that the coffee latte is really just ice blended coffee with a small amount of milk. The coffee latte was super strong and bitter (little or no sugar added) and it was almost not drinkable.
I’ll probably come back to Magie Du Levain to try something else besides their coffee latte ice blended drink. Personally, I prefer Ten Ren Tea’s Coffee Cooler better.
Magie Du Levain Menu And Additional Photos
Magie Du Levain 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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