• Èrjiě Jīdàngāo 二姊雞蛋糕

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  • Bakery Bakery

Kiosk selling beverages including milk tea (dairy). Customers are encouraged to pre-order through phone. Will close early if sold out. Rest day is announced on facebook. Address is 中西區永福路二段17號. Open Mon-Sun 2:00pm-6:00pm.

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3 Reviews

First Review by taiwanesetexan


Points +3426

20 Jul 2023

vegan egg cakes!

so glad to finally find a vegan version of the popular egg cakes in taiwan! they were super delicious all of them are vegan except the cheese. they have two limited flavors which change, when i was there it was taro mochi!



Points +1877

19 Apr 2023

Delicious freshly made cakes

The prices have increased to 60 NTD for 5 cakes of the same flavour. If you want to try a second flavour, it costs 65 NTD for 5 cakes that are mix and match. You can only mix and match up to 2 flavours though. The lady makes them fresh in front of you and is super nice. None of the signs are in English. All of the flavours except for one are vegan.

Pros: Almost entirely vegan line of cakes, Freshly made and delicious


Points +8186

13 Jul 2020

A stroll down memory lane

I haven’t enjoyed traditional Taiwanese chicken egg cakes (雞蛋糕) since I went vegan, so this was a real treat. Out of six flavors, all were vegan except for cheese (起司): red bean (紅豆), nuts (堅果), chocolate (巧克力), almond custard (卡士達), and curry chick’n (咖喱雞) were. (The last two were limited time flavors, so you might see something in their place when you go.) The original cakes without flavored fillings are ready to go, but she bakes the filled ones to order, so you may need to wait a bit for those. You can only order in multiples of five. If you want five original cakes, it’ll cost NT$40. But if you want flavored ones, five in a single flavor costs NT$50 while choosing two different flavors in any desired combination (i.e., one and four or two and three) costs NT$55.

Among the three beverage options, only the fresh milk tea (鮮奶茶) wasn’t vegan: try the plum tea (烏梅茶) or black tea (紅茶) instead.

She also has a stack of old CDs that you can peruses and even take home for free: she doesn’t accept payment for them.

I chatted with her while she was making three curry chick’n and two almond custard cakes for me. She threw in an extra original one for me checking in on Facebook and another because I brought my own container. How sweet of her! The batter tasted like it had a hint of lemon, which I enjoyed. The almond custard had small bits of almonds in it. ❤️ And the curry chick’n was made with potatoes, carrots, and pan-fried battered tofu. So delicious! I was so full from eating all of those cakes that it basically was my dinner. Hoping to try her other flavors next time.

Pros: vegan batter, friendly owner, BYO container bonus

Cons: limited hours, can only order in multiples of five

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