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Top 5 Donut Shops in Taipei – Where to Buy Donuts

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  1. Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme is the super popular American donut company, entered Taiwan on December 12, 2013, which has caused a stir in Taiwan. No matter where the store is located, it is always crowded. You can see the horrible attraction of Krispy Kreme.

It might be to fit the preference of the American, the taste of Krispy Kreme is sweet but crispy, which it would not make the taste too strong. However, everyone has his own idea. The most recommended donut by the netizens is the classic donuts. The sweet frosting stimulates the taste bud. Many people are willing to wait in the line next time again for it.

If you want to know more about Krispy Kreme, you can go the official website or fans page.

  1. Mister Donut

I believe everyone is familiar with “Botti Lion”, right? Yes, Mister Donut is the most favorite donut shop domestically. Currently, it has 84 stores in Taiwan. Mister Donut has unlimited creativity, despite inventing many different flavors, it also has cute animal theme and shapes, making both adults and children cannot resistant.

At the same time, Mister Donut will launch unique flavor’s donuts depend on the season. The varied botti donuts inside the store are the main series. The soft taste with the sweet stuffing is super attractive. As a donut freak, you should never miss it.

Want to learn more about the Mister Donut, you can check the fans’ page.

  1. Voodoo Doughnut

Known for its unusual doughnuts in Portland. It launched a store in Taipei recently. Beside its Kuso style is very attractive, another highlight is the 24 hours operation, which gives the freedom to the customer whenever they want to come.

Voodoo Doughnut is persistent with hand making fresh donuts every day with 30 to 40 tastes. Because the flavors are all very special, you can just pick the popular item maple bacon, Voodoo donuts and dirt thing as a trial. Also, it provides customized giant donuts. Want to know what’s more amazing donuts they have inside? How about take a group trip?

Voodoo Doughnut

Operating Hours: Tuesday – closed, other times open for 24 hours.

Address: No. 28, 533 Alley, Sec. 4 West Dongxiao Road, Taipei

For more information, please check the fans page.

4 Haritts

Haritts, from Shibuya, Tokyo, promotes fresh and health style. It advocates for hand-making, which produces 60 donuts per hour. And each person can only buy up to three. People who really want to buy, they need to wait in the line earlier.

The most recommended donuts are cheese honey and cream chess. Crispy sesame mixed with the slightly sweet honey, creating another flavor. Cream chess is the hottest flavor in its store in Tokyo. Soft donuts added with sweet cheese, becoming the super first choices. If you are tired of American donuts with the strong taste, you can choose light tasted Haritts.

Haritts Taipei

Operating hour: Tuesday to Friday (10:00 – 18:00) / Saturday (12:00 – 18:00)

Address: Building 1, No.33, 81 Alley, North Fuxing Road, Songshan, Taipei

For more information, please check on the fans’ page.

  1. Cronutt

Hidden in the alley of Dongqu, Cronutt is easily ignored. However, the decoration is filled with Japanese style. Beside donuts, owner has also created cronutts, which is the creative dessert combined donuts with layered pie. It has maintained the both crispy and sweet tastes, which make people curious.

In terms of donut, the netizens recommend the green tea and peanut tastes, accompanying with chocolate bean or sliced almonds, it tastes very nice. If you want to enjoy a delightful and relaxing afternoon, you can come to Cronutt to have some donuts.


Operating hour: Monday to Sunday 13:00 – 21:00

Address: Building No. 1, No. 46, 187 Alley, Sec. 1, South Dunhua Road, Daan, Taipei.

For more information, please visit the fans’ page.

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