Taiwan Series: Cama Cafe

One of the must have breakfasts is coffee. So on our second day in Taipei, we began our day by looking for the nearest coffee shop!

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But before that, we bought bread at their local bakeshop in YanPing S. Rd.

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After buying our bread we headed to Cama Cafe. I noticed that Cama Cafe had a lot of branches in Taipei! Here’s the list of their branches.

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You can buy fresh beans and other coffee paraphernalia. They grind their coffee right in front of you.

Cama Cafe (13)Cama Cafe (8)Cama Cafe (18)Cama Cafe’s branches are small, but I like the nice wood feel – not to mention, their coffee is cheaper!

Cama Cafe (11) Cama Cafe (17)Cama Cafe (12)I ordered my favorite caramel macchiatto and, boy, it didn’t disappoint!

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Cama Cafe (16)And some branches deliver! Oh how I wish we have coffee deliveries here too. (If we have something like that here in Manila, please enlighten me)

Finally, say hi to my breakfast date! ;P

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Oh, and by the way! Taiwan’s 7-11’s caramel machiattos (City Cafe) aren’t half bad either! I’d get some whenever I couldn’t find any cafes around. How convenient can it get?!

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