We love brunch, especially good brunch, so it’s always nice to find a new place with good food to fill our guts. G’day Cafe is by no means new, but it is definitely delicious. With lots of Western style breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner to choose from, G’day Cafe is one of our favorite places to spend our Sundays.
G’day Cafe offers the normal selection of Western foods such as pancakes, omelets, burgers, sandwiches, fajitas, and salads. Actually, there is nothing particularly special about the food. And that is exactly why we like it.
While other restaurants might try to put a new twist into a classic dish, G’day Cafe just makes regular ol’ good tasting food. There is nothing fancy, nothing innovative. G’day Cafe makes normal food and does a very good job. The food is filling and tastes just like ma used to make. Or at least it tastes like a diner back home.
The prices at G’day Cafe are average for any Western style restaurant in Taipei (NT $150-300) and you get just enough to fill you up. Furthermore, whether you like sweet breakfast or a more practical meal, there is something for everyone in the restaurants wide selection of items.
At G’day Cafe, the design is just as homegrown as the food. The tables are cloaked in nostalgic red and white checkered table cloths, while the walls are in the process of being covered in DIY cartoon art. It is makes for a pleasant surrounding to be in on a Sunday morning, and a welcome change from the ultra chic and fancy designs of many other restaurants.
The space isn’t really that small as far as Taipei restaurants go, but it is popular so you may find yourself waiting. You won’t be waiting long, but get there a little early so you and your crew don’t get too hungry.
The taste is decent, the setting is relaxing and the price is right, so have yourself a nice brunch, or any meal really, at G’day Cafe. You won’t find anything surprising here, but you and your friends will most likely enjoy yourselves, the food and the environment.