佳德鳳梨酥 / Chia Te bakery, Taipei

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佳德鳳梨酥 / Chia Te bakery Reviews
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  • In order to eat something delicious weighting is to a certain extent. Strangely in the power line's in the People's Republic of China where there are many more. Buy a full dozen acquaintances a gift like a juicy and true Zuni cut them
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  • 600 from more than the original you can use kreca. Anyway, people! To buy all local people has come. And I was surprised on fairly heavy buying. Praticed in the amount was too large for the paper wrote, was ordered. Pineapple cake was simple and delicious.
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  • The best pineapple cakes in the world in my opinion. They are very delicious and all our friends love them. Have visited the place twice and it is also a must on the next trip to Taiwan.
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  • I heard this place supposed to have one of the best pineapple cake. Bought some to take home for gifts to friends and relatives. Depending on the amount you but, they can be heavy to pack. Apparently it's quite delicious.
  • Line up to get in but goods are delicious. Great place for pineapple cake, sun cakes, and wife cakes. Pineapple cakes are sweeter and more greasy than their competitor in the area. Both are great choices.
  • The lines are long outside the store. You will generally have to queue up and receive a number before you can even go in and pay for your order. The store assistants will pack everything nicely for you though and are quick at the task. The original pineapple cakes are what the place is famous for (limit of 8 boxes regardless of size) but they also sell a variety of other flavors.
  • Went just before 3pm and many items were already sold out (see pic). There was also a queue to enter. Even when you get to enter, the store is still quite crowded so the entire experience felt quite rushed and not very comfortable. But I really like their nougat biscuits - the best I've tried so far - so I guess it's worth the chaos.
  • Got there around 7:45am before the door opened at 8, and there was already a queue. Nice selection of baked goods. The folks who worked the floor were pleasant and customer service oriented. The women behind the registers were a different story. While being curt to customers at anytime is unacceptable, I can understand you might lack some patience at the end of your shift. Though the store just opened so I can't imagine why they would be difficult unless they are just purely rude and lack of any customer service skills. Even if you're products are good there are plenty of other places that make them just as well; if not better. With that kind of attitude I would be happy to vote with my feet and wallet and take my business elsewhere. I'm sure I am not alone in feeling this way.

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