Kaya Kaya Cafe

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 4 reviews )

6, Alley 19, Lane 216, Sec. 4, Zhongxiao East Rd, Da’an District, Taipei, Taiwan

A western-style vegan cafe offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the menu are a mix of American and Italian fare, from fresh salad, sandwiches, and wraps to thin pizza, risotto, and pasta. Desserts options include a red bean brownie cake, cashew key lime cheesecake, house-made coconut sorbet with caramelized pineapple, and banana flax seed muffin. Opened summer 2014 and converted to all-veg in 2015 and vegan in 2017. Open Mon-Thu 10:00am-9:30pm, Fri 10:00am-10:00pm, Sat 8:00am-10:00pm, Sun 8:00am-9:30pm.

Category: Vegan, American, Pizza, Italian, Take-out, Bakery

Reviews (4)

First Review by KatrienV

Excellent place to hang out! - Edit

Great food and amazing atmosphere!! Although it might be a little bit noisy, it's still an ideal place for gathering~~~

Pros: not that expensive than other vegan places, great food, great service

Cons: a little bit noisy

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Good food, great service - Edit

Kaya Kaya Cafe used to serve meat, then it switched to vegetarian, and finally vegan! It offers a variety of Italian-style dishes such as risotto, pasta, focaccia, soups, cakes, and Taiwanese-style drinks such as bubble tea.

I really liked their Morocco Risotto, the Avocado & Tomato Open Sandwich, scrambled tofu, and chocolate mousse cake.

Pros: food is nice, nice vibe, friendly staff

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Good vegan options - Edit

Nice place .friendly staff , western vegan food like pasta and pizza. Nice salads and drinks

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Good Western food - Edit

I tried the 'pink' spaghetti, which was very nice and a 'white gourd soda with whole lemon'. Very good too. The portion is a bit small, you can take a set menu with salad or bread but i didn't try this. The saladbar when you come in looks fresh. Nice interior, very friendly service. The menu is with icons that say which food includes milk, egg or garlic. Nice atmosphere, young people aswell as middle-aged ladies.

Pros: Nice atmoshere, clear menu with icons

Cons: bit pricy for small portion

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