FLORIDA BAKERY 福利麵包公司
No. 26, Ren Ai Rd, Sec. 4
MRT: ZhongXiao/FuXing or ZhongXiao/DunHua
website: bread.com.tw Chinese and some English and Facebook page
hours: 6AM - 11PM
kid friendliness: lots of fun cookies and snacks
I found biscuits in Taipei, totally by accident! They are perfect with some honey butter, jam or lemon curd, which I brought back from the states (but you can find at Smith & Hsu or Jason's at 101).
I actually went to Florida Bakery for their belgian waffle, which is yeasted, so it's crispy and airy at the same time, unlike the dense hockey pucks you'll find around town. I had to wait about 20 minutes when I went after 9AM for the waffle iron to be hot enough for them to make it, since people in Taipei don't eat waffles for breakfast, they eat it as a dessert.
So after I had wandered around Florida Bakery a few times and eaten a tuna salad sandwich (a tad sweet with pickles and corn in the tuna salad and way too many slices of bread for me, but good for a quick bite) for breakfast in their little sitting area in the front, I paid for my goodies and magically a plate of biscuits were placed on the counter.