An independent coffee roaster in Da’An district, Taipei that specialises in single origin pour-over and syphon coffee. Free wi-fi for remote work.
A remote work-friendly cafe close to the National Taiwan University (NTU) and Guting Station in central Taipei. Wi-Fi and plugs available.
A lifestyle cafe in Taipei close to National Taiwan University (NTU) that serves Western-inspired dishes. Remote work friendly. Opens early, has Wi-fi and plugs.
An independent bakery and cafe close to National Taiwan University (NTU) with free Wi-Fi for remote work.
Review of a Third Wave coffee shop in Zhongzheng district, close to Huashan 1914 Cultural Centre. Serves espresso & single origin. No-Wi-Fi, but some plugs available for remote work.
A local Taiwanese coffee roaster with a shop in central Taipei’s Guting area, close to NTU. Beans are single-origin and they have a special Kanazawa pour-over brewing method.
Remote work and digital nomad friendly independent coffee shops and cafes around Taipei’s Zhongzheng and Da’an districts. Most have Wi-Fi and power outlets.
A review of the independent cafe, GaBee, in Songshan District in Taipei. Notes are by an amateur coffee enthusiast and shoestring digital nomad. Descriptions are equal parts coffee and remote-work suitability. Most photos are shot with a second-hand Fujifilm X100. Cafe Overview: Do a search for “Taipei coffee” and inevitably GaBee, will inevitably pop up. Until the recent coffee boom in the Songshan area, GaBee’s location seemed a bit out of the way, close to Songshan Airport and away from the commercial centres of Zhongxiao Dunhua, Ximen, the universities, or Taipei City Hall. Now, former Taiwan’s Barista Champion, Van Lin’s establishment boasts…
Founded in 2014, Coffee Essential is an independent cafe in Songshan District, Taipei. Wi-Fi, power outlets and individual lamps available.
A review of independent coffee roaster, Woolloomooloo (Fujin Branch) in Songshan District, Taipei. Notes are by an amateur coffee enthusiast and shoestring digital nomad. Descriptions are equal parts coffee and remote-work suitability. Most photos are shot with a second-hand Fujifilm X100. Cafe Overview: Woolloomooloo shares a leafy street with a handful of upscale restaurants and lounges about 10-minutes walk from Songshan Airport in Taipei’s city centre. The entrance is perched above a small flight of stairs camoflaged as a small gallery, office, or even residence. One has to look for white letters discretely printed on the glass doors. Inside, it seems as…