Ganada Café / 카페 가나다.

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I just got back these pictures from the photo lab today and usually, they will only see the light of day on this blog at least three months later but I just couldn’t resist jumping the queue a little – that’s how pleased I am with them. Ganada Cafe (卡那達咖啡店) is a Korean-themed coffee shop, run by a Taiwanese and his Korean business partner. To be perfectly honest, I don’t know how one could define a cafe Korean-themed simply for having a few Korean traditional beverages on the menu and a shelf of Korean travel guidebooks but whatever rocks your boat, right? I did enjoy the shikhye and roasted grain latte we ordered tremendously. We had a great sofa seat by the window but the rest of the cafe was only partially lit by small lights. Not that I am complaining because I absolutely adore how the shadows and lights play with each other in some of these pictures!

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14 comments on “Ganada Café / 카페 가나다.

  1. I see Hangul in Taiwan, it’s really strange.
    Unfortunately, the lighting of the cafe that was not bright.
    There was not good taste is Sikhye? It is a traditional Korean beverage made ​​from rice.
    I wonder if the Sikhye was very sweet taste the people of Taiwan to drink?

    When I went to the cafe
    three things the importance as much as the taste of the coffee
    flowing music, a comfortable chair and cup and saucer.

    how about you?
    :^)

    1. Hangul does not appear very often in Taiwan. not even in Korean restaurants! :)

      This Sikhye was not too sweet, I really really liked it! Taiwanese also like to eat sweet stuff so I think most Taiwanese will enjoy it like me.

      The three most important things for me are: light, flowers and pretty coffee.

      This cafe was not very bright but I think it has a nice mood. :)

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