Chinese Muslim Association Muslim Restaurant Dennis Deli is located inside Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 2 Departure Are Gate C9. You will be served by simple yet delicious fast food meals of chinese and western foods as well as a comfortable dining environment. Certified Muslim-Friendly.  ...more

Taoyuan, Taiwan



Chinese Muslim Association Muslim Restaurant

Dennis Deli is located inside Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 2 Departure Are Gate C9. You will be served by simple yet delicious fast food meals of chinese and western foods as well as a comfortable dining environment.

Certified Muslim-Friendly.



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Opening Hours

6am - 9pm


Departure Area Gate C9, 3F., Terminal 2, Taoyuan International Airport, Taiwan (R.O.C.)



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