One morning in Lukang, we had our first meal of the day at this modern Western-style eatery by the name of The Naked Café. Having dined here, albeit once only, one question lingered on my mind. What (or who) is naked? Is it the chef, the customers, or one of the many bears that sit around the café? Guess this will be a 64 million dollar question forever.
Although The Naked Café is not a conventional eatery for tourists to patronise, as they would prefer to go for traditional Taiwanese breakfast instead, it was a refreshing change for us to try a local hipster café. I really enjoyed its teddy bear theme, which provided plenty of photo-taking opportunities.
Have a look at what our small delegation had for breakfast, selected from the café’s breakfast menu. Although I liked its plating, do not expect to be wowed by the taste, as it’s nothing extraordinary.
Service could also be a tad slow, despite the lack of customers that morning we were there. And the pricing, obviously, pricier than a local coffee shop.
However, The Naked Café is a nice place for a cuppa, to chill alone or with friends, and to enjoy its overall ambience, either on the ground or upper floor.
The Naked Café
Add: 420, Zhongshan Road, Lukang Township, Changhua County, Taiwan 505 (R.O.C.)
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