• Chong Hua Zhai

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  • Bakery Bakery

崇華齊 is a lacto vegetarian bakery. Vegan items are sweet mung bean pastry (qingdousha), soy sauce stewed roast pastry (luweishao), and savory mung bean pastry (lüdoupeng). Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-9:00pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by romily1


Points +712

10 Aug 2023

Many vegan options.

Everything is vegetarian, some things are vegan. The staff speaks English, so you can ask them.



Points +974

21 Mar 2023

No vegan options

Il posto è carino e loro gentilissime (parlano anche inglese), però non hanno nessuna opzione vegana. Per una panetteria mi aspetto opzioni vegetariane di default ma se siete vegani non perdete tempo :/


Points +60

05 Mar 2023

Good for vegetarians

It’s super close to the Station but there is almost none vegan option, the one I tried wasn’t super good.

Pros: It’s clear which options are vegan, Close to Train Station

Cons: Almost none vegan option, No place to eat inside


Points +1878

30 Jul 2020

A bit underwhelming

It is nice to visit a meat-free bakery in Taiwan. There are many small baked items that are perfect to buy as snacks. There is also a large seating area to sit and eat. However, there are very few vegan options, and most items are made with refined white flour. The two savoury baked breads that I bought had veggie and cheese toppings, and were made with the typical Taiwanese highly-refined white (and slightly sweet) bread. It would be nice if they could offer a few more vegan, gluten-free, or wholemeal options, as this would make it much more appealing and add variety.

Pros: Many baked items, Lots of places to sit, Close to train station

Cons: Limited vegan options, Average tasting, No gluten-free or wholemeal options


Points +8184

12 Feb 2020

Only a few vegan options

It’s really a shame that this bakery doesn’t offer more vegan items than it does. Almost everything has milk, and some contain egg. Of the three options they offer, I got the soy sauce stewed roast pastry since it sounded the most unique. Like the other two, it has mung bean paste, but it also has tofu skin, mushrooms, winter melon, and stewed roast sauce on the inside and sesame seeds on the outside. It’s very hearty and filled to the brim! I had it for dinner with some stir-fried veggies and felt quite satisfied. I’m sure they could make more great vegan products if they put their mind to it.

Pros: clearly marked items, near train station

Cons: barely any vegan choices


Points +467

05 May 2019


Had a great sandwich from here! Lots of amazing looking pastries too but didn’t try any

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