Taipei’s Imperfect Coffee and Matcha is quite hard to find; they have a sign, but it’s nowhere near their door. The cafe is in a university town, so once you walk up the stairs, you’re bound to discover it full of students hanging out or studying. The second-floor windows overlook a public park with giant lawns in front of the university, and the view makes the climb worth the effort. Even during overcast days, it’s a very comforting place. Their menu also offers a variety of meals and pastries and the portions are generous, so you get a bang for your buck. (Students are always broke, after all.) A lot of their pastries highlight matcha as the main ingredient, so if you’re a fan then this is a must if you’re in town.