I was looking for the Wendel's branch in Neihu today to buy me some Vollkornbrot (also wanted to try the Kosaken loaf as recommended often in this thread), but that area is a bit confusing - I think it's in the middle of the Neihu Technology Park so stores are tucked in under the office buildings (signs are less obvious).
I happened, by accident, to see Boulangerie Le Goût 那個 麵包 on No. 58, Lane 188, Ruiguang Road, Taipei, Taiwan (台北市內湖區瑞光路188巷58號). http://www.legout.com.tw/
Now, I'm quite picky about bakeries - in general, I'm not a big fan of deserts: much more into real European breads. If there's any hint of the local Taiwanese or Japanese bakeries, I will avoid the shop (well, I'll make an exception for red-bean buns, but only because I'm a sucker for red beans! In Japan, they'll argue about つぶ and こし in アンパン).
I was tempted by the Croques Monsieurs, but in the end, I just bought a baguette, this flat pita-like cheese bread (forgot the name), and a pat of unsalted butter for NT240 (ouch!). It's hard to stop eating the crispy cheese bread and the crust of the baguette crackles and has an excellent chewy texture. The French butter for NT80 was also yummy. Highly recommended if price is no matter.
Only later, when I checked the internet did I find that that the owner is Taiwanese Master pastry chef Wu Paochun 吳寶春 (won 1st and 2nd place at Coupe du Monde la Boulangerie, an international, invitational artisan baking competition held in Paris). You can read a recent review here: http://the-aftertaste.blogspot.com/2012/01/taipei-boulangerie-le-gout.html.
I'm also looking for some good sourdough (liked the stuff I used to get in SF) - any recommendations?