We were shopping in the Xinyi District and looking for somewhere nice to rest our feet, when we came cross this sweet looking cafe at A11 Shinkong Mitsukoshi. The main highlight seemed to be their toast with ice cream, and seeing that almost every table had ordered one, we just had to give it a try.
My Iced Pomelo Peach Tea tasted more of peach than pomelo. The boy's Iced Blackcurrant Peach Tea tasted predominantly of blackcurrant.
There are a few kinds of toasts on the menu. We chose the Banana Chocolate Honey Toast that came with vanilla ice cream.
A couple of cashew nuts and a sprinkling of pistachios on the ice cream.
The cubes of toast were crunchy, and they were pre-cut to the exact number of banana slices on the plate.
The reason being, there's a proper way to eat it. A cube of toast, topped with a spoonful of ice cream and followed by a piece of banana. A novel concept, but it makes for a slightly strange dining experience.
A nice place to rest your tired feet, or just for the novelty.
Dazzling Cafe Sunshine
Address: 台北市松壽路11號2樓 (台北信義新光三越 A11) Shinkong Mitsukoshi A11, 2nd level
Business Hours: Sundays to Thursdays 星期日~星期四 11:00~21:30(Last order 21:00)
Fridays and Saturdays 星期五~星期六 11:00~22:00(Last order 21:30)
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