Sunny Cafe Taipei Review
Had a dog gone good time at Sunny Cafe. Very cool cafe by the Ximen area with lots of big windows where you can see out in to one of the main streets. Many places in Taipei have no view.
Got the Thai Basil pork pizza and the bacon peanut butter cheeseburger.
3/5 The Thai Basil pork pizza was okay and satisfying. It came with veggie chips.
3/5 Bacon cheeseburger with a peanut butter sauce was also okay. The best part was the peanut butter but everything else on it was okay.
4/5 The French fries were really good! Seasoned well, thick and very crispy on the outside. Just the way I like it.
5/5 Service was very fast and friendly. I brought this dog here and they were very kind to bring treats and water without me asking.
3/5 Value: Prices are a lot higher than what you’d pay at the local style breakfast places but you’re really paying for the view and ambience.
5/5 Ambiance: it’s very hip and welcoming with a artsy loft feel. You’ll feel very comfortable here.
Ideally, this is the best place to hang out and have a drink while people watching on this main street. They’re open late and serve beer too!
Sunny Cafe Taipei Menu And Additional Photos
Sunny Cafe Taipei 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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