Auntie Nia's Cafe American


#1

I’m hoping to try this place soon. Walked by and the menu and food and setting all look good. A bit off the beaten path.

Auntie Nia’s Cafe American
No. 2, Lane 86, Leli Road, Da’an
https://goo.gl/maps/izwY1Yyyzk22


#2

Gotta like the name


#3

logo needs work


#4

They should drop the “Auntie”.


#5

That pic of the steak on the menu doesn’t look right…


#6

all of this


#7

Directly next to an MRT station…


#8

Yeah, it’s not sitting on a bed of noodles; and has chips beside it.

Wierd, man.


#9

I’d like to try the place. And yeah, the steak seems to have a familiar shape to it…


#10

It’s the Taiwan equivalent of a potato chip in the shape of the virgin Mary, or the image of Jesus on a toasted sandwich.

I’m sure Taiwan News will be all over this story tomorrow.


#11

Look mom, no oily greasy food. Great food, great atmosphere, clean.


#12

How are those sausages?


#13

They taste like homemade. Good. Reminded me a little of the homemade German sausage at Der Löwe Bavarian Restaurant 巴獅子德國餐廳 No. 19, Lane 63, Section 2, Dunhua South Road, Da’an District, Taipei
https://goo.gl/maps/no4pTgfuvrN2

And I’m not a sausage guy, not that there’s anything wrong with that.


#14

Are you asking me out on a date tango😍


#15

Well if you’re getting excited I aim to please.


#16

How much did that meal set you back?


#17

Mid-200s.


#18

Q. The toast and jam, did you have to pay extra for that?
There’s a fantastic southern (Arkansas) diner in khh. Prices are about the same
, mid-200s for breakfast and coffee. And they have authetic biscuits. However, the nt60 biscuit comes with nothing. Butter is an extra nt10.
I guess I’m cheap. I don’t mind paying that price for a real treat once in a while. It’s that extra 10nt for butter that gets me.


#19

It’s probably meant to make you associate it with grandma nitti’s. That’s what I thought of when I saw the name.


#20

Sunday night is family dinner night