Mo!Relax Cafe TaipeiPosted By Jennifer Ho Jun 26 2011 · 0 comments · Dining Out
A few steps away from the Shida night market, Mo!Relax Cafe is a stylish meeting spot that acts alternately between a cafe, a bar and a snack dispenser. The walls are plastered with all kinds of colorful posters and CDs which are actually available for sale – much of the music they play at the restaurant comes from their physical collection. If a client happens to enjoy a track and want to purchase the album, they can! On the coffee tables, there are graphic design and architecture magazines, fashion lookbooks and photography texts lying about, creating an art chic feel. There are bookshelves full of Chinese literature and manga. Exuding a cool and relaxed atmosphere, the place seems to attract young twenty-somethings of the ‘creative type’. The layout of the restaurant is unusual – in this, several spaces/nooks for people to wander into are created and as a result some areas are more secluded than others, giving the place a little bit of mystery.
We ordered a plate of pork dumplings, a mini beef jerky sandwich and a few litchi cranberry vodka drinks. Super cool area to check out if you’re in the neighbourhood.
P.S. Mo!Relax Cafe offers free WiFi!