Address: No. 16?, Alley 19, Lane 160, Section 3, Minquan East Road, Songshan District, Taipei City, 105
Located in an alley around the quiet Songshan District, the cafe is the only place in which you can play with raccoons while taking pictures in front of a washing machine scenery.
Other than the tasty brunch meals offered, if you would like to get a close up view of the raccoon and cat located in a glass window room within the cafe, you would have to schedule beforehand.
The food offered at the cafe mainly consists of healthy and photogenic brunch meals. Some meals included a croissant brunch meal with a cold glass of milk tea, which tasted bland and homemade. The entire meal costs NT$250, but the portions were smaller than expected.
Although the food offered was mediocre, the highlight of the cafe was the decorations at the entrance which attract customers to take aesthetically-pleasing pictures. The right hand side of the entrance is filled with washing machines and plant succulents that add a splash of color and vibrancy to the backdrop.
The cafe itself is behind two large glass doors with wide spacing of tables. Dishes offered are not exceptional, but the extravagant interior designs make up for it.
Overall, if you are looking for an out of the ordinary aesthetic cafe with fun activities like playing with raccoons or cats, this cafe would be suitable for you.