Restaurant G'day Cafe, No. 180, Hsing An St., Taipei, Taiwan 台北市興安街180號 Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why G'day Cafe is special ?
G’day offers all types of breakfasts, like your standard eggs, toast, bacon, sausage, and hash browns, or the fancier Eggs Benedict, good southern style breakfast burritos, Canadian lumberjack breakfasts of pancakes, eggs, and beacon, as well as other meal options such as sandwiches, burgers, daily soups, and a Mexican/Italian section with pastas and fajitas.
The prices at G’day Cafe are average for any Western style restaurant in Taipei (NT $150-300) and you get just enough to fill you up. Furthermore, whether you like sweet breakfast or a more practical meal, there is something for everyone in the restaurants wide selection of items.At G’day Cafe, the design is just as homegrown as the food. The tables are cloaked in nostalgic red and white checkered table cloths, while the walls are in the process of being covered in DIY cartoon art. It is makes for a pleasant surrounding to be in on a Sunday morning, and a welcome change from the ultra chic and fancy designs of many other restaurants.
Vegetarian options: Vegetable Chimichanga (NT$250), Vegetable Cheese Omelet (NT$240), Vegetable Fried Rice (NT$190), Caesar Salad (NT$250), Greek Salad (NT$280), Soup choices (NT$60 each), Brownie [Cake] (NT$120), Apple Pie (NT$140), Blueberry Cheesecake (NT$120),
- Great Service and Nice Brownie
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
G'day Cafe, No. 180, Hsing An St., Taipei, Taiwan 台北市興安街180號
Tips for you
“Great Service and Nice Brownie” I came here with a friend for dessert after dinner and tried their famed brownie. I am not a brownie person as they are usually too sweet but G'Day Cafe's brownie is just right. Coupled with ice-cream, it is just pure indulgence! The service is really great with friendly and polite staff.