Restaurant Alleycat's 台北西門店,108, Taiwan, Taipei City, Wanhua District, 成都路10巷55號 Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Alleycat's Pizza is special ?
Alleycat's offers up 7 signature pizzas for your choosing and a host of ingredients for you to either create your own pizza pie or to tweak their creations in a fashion that's more to your liking.
With several locations around Taipei, this place serves up the gourmet real deal on thin crusts with plenty of flavorful toppings, as well as other food, beer and excellent tiramisu
- Noise level Normal
- Budget High-end
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Alleycat's 台北西門店,108, Taiwan, Taipei City, Wanhua District, 成都路10巷55號
Alleycat's in Ximending is caught between all the bars and clubs in the little LGBT-area behind the Red Theatre. It's hard to spot as it's very small and not too eye catching. The ambience here is what reminds me a lot of tacky party-districts of Ibiza or someplace like that. I'm sure you know what I mean. But, it's still really cozy with dim lights, low-hanging plants and elements and music from most corners. The service here is attentive and lovely, I even ended up making a new friend among the staff! They are chatty, and speak both English & Chinese. The menu I believe is the same for any of the other Alleycat's around the city, there are heaps of options to choose between, you can add mostly anything for an extra 50NT and also make your own creation. My issue is however their bar is highly limited; they have loads of crafts (tap and bottled) listed on the menu, but most of them are not available. We had to nearly go through the whole list until we had to settle with Heineken. The crust here is absolutely amazing! I'm usually the one to leave the crust on the plate, but here I picked it off my leftover slices as it was that good. Made with flavor, crusty on the outside and slightly chewy on the inside. I went with my classic smoked salmon-pizza and found it to be quite good. The salmon spent a few mins in the oven, which I prefer it not being (it's better completely raw on a baked crust + misc) I chose to add artichoke hearts and it tasted lovely, a boost to an otherwise regular pizza. If I'm ever back in Ximending and not feeling the Cantonese/Hot Pot/whatnot-crave, Alleycat's it is!