Baked goods, primarily bread, form the basis of most of the cuisine at Le Coin du Pain, and for the most part its offerings are of a European style. As a result, its dishes such as the Croquer Madame (NT$280) and various tartines (NT$200) and quiches (NT$220) have a flavor and texture that are likely to appeal to western palettes more than similar attempts by more locally influenced bakeries. This mixture of a stylish and welcoming space, above-average food and a wide range of dining options is an excellent addition to Taipei’s low-priced western food scene.
Sat, Dec 29, 2012 - Page 12 News List
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