• Egg Milk Tree 蛋奶樹

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  • White Vegetarian

Vegetarian restaurant located in an alley. Serves western and Italian-style dishes, brunch foods, and desserts. Menu is English and Chinese. Dishes are marked for 全素 (pure vegan), 蛋奶素 (ovo-lacto), and 五辛素 (vegan with allium and may include use of dairy). Staff can double check ingredients for you if unsure. Order a la carte dishes like spaghetti, grilled zucchini plate, and tomato penne pasta or get a set menu. Open Wed-Sun 11:00am-9:00pm. Closed Mon-Tue.

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1 Review

First Review by Hopeless


Points +558

09 Oct 2020

Nice place with outdoor seating, portions could be a bit bigger though

Upfront: All the "五辛素” or "vegan with allium flavour" contain dairy!
I have mentioned this to the owner, they are aware of it, but only want to address it when they will do a new menu. Other from that I felt like they had a good understanding of veganism, also double-checked if I eat vegan and if I eat garlic and onion while ordering (since many TW don't eat these for religious reasons).

You can choose from various pasta dishes, risotto, soups, deserts and sides like grilled zucchini. Every main can be ordered as a set menu (four different types, that may include soups, drinks, sides and deserts). Prices are moderate, taste is quite good, but the portions are quite small (that is why I only gave four stars. However, this is my general issue in TW, so for others the portion size might be just fine).

We have been here twice so far and had: penne with tomato curry sauce, spaghetti white wine sauce, pumpkin risotto and pumpkin penne as well as the pumpkin sauce (can be upgraded to come inside of a vegan bread for NTD40), small salad and a chocolate desert. Taste is really nice, only the portion size that coud be better.

There are also two tables to sit outside under a small roof, which is pretty nice now since the temperatures are not as hot anymore as during Summer.

Pros: English + Chinese menu, General distinction between vegan, ovo-lacto

Cons: "vegan with allium flavour" dishes contain dairy, portions quite small

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