Voodoo Doughnut 巫毒甜甜圈

star3.8 ·
placeNo. 28, Lane 553, Section 4, Zhongxiao E Rd, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
phone+886 2 2763 5593


Nicholas Kasse

An unique, themed doughnut shop based in Portland, Oregon. The store in Taipei is the world's first and only international Voodoo Doughnut. The shop sells oddly-shaped and uncommonly-flavored doughnuts, including the Voodoo Doll doughnut, the Bacon Maple Bar doughnut, the Taipei Cream doughnut, and the Cock-N-Balls doughnut. They also sell burgers with powdered doughnuts as buns. The decorations in the store are special, with collections of artwork and Portland posters hanging from the pink walls. The store is spacey and filled with seats. The cashiers are attentive and patient. Keep Taipei weird!

Fa ye

When I first heard about this place down in Portland, I really wanted to go but unfortunately I never got that chance to. So imagine my surprise when I heard that they chose Taipei as their first stop for international expansion. The first time I stopped by the Taipei location, was my bad, I didn't check their operational hours and they were closed. Undeterred, I tried again. I was ecstatic when I saw that neon voodoo sign flashing. I rushed in and was drooling at the selection of doughnuts going around and around in the glass case. I purchased the Voodoo Doughnut and went to park my booty down by the window for some munching. I took a big bite and was a bit underwhelmed by it. Think of it as a glorified Krispy Kreme doughnut just with more toppings, fillings and deco. I really wanted to like Voodoo Doughnuts. I really did. But sadly, its not for me. Going to the Portland flagship store is still on my list of must-dos. Maybe one day Voodoo Doughnut, one day I just might like you a little bit more.

Danny Chorney

These donuts taste great and combine a pretty basic donut with gourmet frostings and fruit fillings. I have never been to their resturant in Portland but I suppose it's pretty similar. Anyways... it's good, really good. Maybe not a great breakfast to start a busy day but an excellent dessert option in Taipei. Lots of seating and a comfortable environment.

Mala Qiu

For me, the only doughnut worth eating is that bacon-maple bar, and if I lived closer, I'd be over there all the time. It's so unbelievably good! The others weren't bad, just didn't tickle my fancy. Oh, and that Rogue River beer? Overpriced and very nasty tasting, do not bother.

Elias Gasparis

Similar to original Portland location but more expensive. The Taipei 101 doughnut isn't that impressive. They should come up with some cool new Taiwanese inspired creations.

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