[Eat] Taiwan – Rilakkuma Theme Cafe in Taipei

I have to admit that I am a crazy fangirl for Rilakkuma and love it so much that I will always buy its stuff and collect them. It is always on my to-do list to visit the café in Japan, however, they only do pop-up store for Rilakkuma café, which means, they will be in certain parts of Japan for a period of time and move on to another location.

When the news of Rilakkuma café was opened in Taiwan, I have been planning to visit the cafe to have a cup of coffee and meal there. Without any hesitation this time, I kept a day free in my itinerary and made my reservation online.

Rilakkuma Cafe 拉拉熊咖啡廳

Rilakkuma café in Taiwan was opened on 2 Oct 2015, and since it has been obtaining a high fan-based with events and occasional exclusive gifts given out to the customers.

Little to know:

Rilakkuma is from Japan San-X company, it is different from Sanrio.

Rilakkuma is a combination of Rirakkusu(Relax) and Kuma (Bear), which means a bear who is always relaxed and laid back.


How to get there?

Alight at ZhongXiaoDunhua Station

To Exit 3, and walk for about 3 minutes you will reach the café:

Operating hour:

Monday – Friday


Saturday – Sunday


Reservation Rilakkuma Theme café

**Booking starts on day 20 of each month at 12:00 for 1 months later dining

**Final booking time is 1 days before dining at 18:00


300NTD-600NTD (Per Pax)

**Individual cost can be higher than this, depending on what you order.

To note:

– Guest height above 120cm, a minimum spending for a main dish or a drink is required.

– Dining time limit is 120 minutes

– Arrive 5 minutes before reservation time


To view the menu.


Taking a photo with Rilakkuma:


Bread bowl soup:

Cheese pork chop with curry rice:

Omurice with pork meatball:


Hazelnut cafe latte:

Mango lime soda:


Chocolate Tart

Egg pudding:

Check out their washroom before heading home:


That day the café is fully packed, despite that the service staff was attentive and friendly. For the food wise, it was not that bad, I didn’t expect it to be good because a theme café focus is not the food itself but on the characters, however, this café speaks otherwise.  I enjoyed most of the food served, except for the Cheese pork chop with curry rice, the curry taste a little too bland but overall the food portion and atmosphere was great.

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