If there are any woes about living the modern lifestyle in an urban city, it’s probably the fact that we eat out too often and consume insufficient amounts of vegetables for nutrition intake.
For resident foodies or tourists looking for a bite of something new or something interesting, hip, trendy, creative choices continue to pop up in locations around Taiwan. Here, we’ve compiled several locations in Taipei along the blue line of the Taipei Mass Rapid Transit (Taipei Metro).
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei’s Ya Ge restaurant has been awarded one Michelin-star status. The gourmet Chinese restaurant has been included in the Michelin Guide Taipei 2018, the first-ever Michelin restaurant guide published in Taiwan.
Michelin has handed out stars to 20 restaurants in its inaugural red guide for Taipei, but only one restaurant has been awarded the top honor — three stars.
Michelin — the world-acclaimed French dining guide run by a tire company — is due to release its 2018 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Taipei next week in Taiwan as part of its expansion in Asia after tapping the markets in Bangkok, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau, and Tokyo.
Taiwan’s diplomatic ally, the Dominican Republic, is hosting an art festival at Taipei’s Grand Hotel, where visitors are able to feast on the Dominican cuisine and viewing the Caribbean country’s artworks and jewelry for an all-around experience of the Dominican culture.
For a taste of festive take-out delicacies, Shangri-La’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Shang Palace (香宮) and Shanghai Pavilion (上海醉月樓) have offered great selections.
Most military conscripts are keen to get away from Kinmen once they end their enlistment periods. And one thing that makes them to go back for revisit is food that they can’t find in Taiwan proper.
When we think of sushi or the raw fish “sashimi” delicacy that mixes with rice, we typically think of our northern neighbor, Japan. Seldom do impressions of Hawaiian-themed dishes come to mind, but Pokeholic, a newly opened Hawaiian-inspired restaurant, aims to make waves.
Regent Taipei, one of Taiwan’s leading hotels, has invited the renowned Japanese Kakiyasu Group for a guest chef event from Feb 9-Feb 11 at the Mihan Honke restaurant to present customers with a more unique experience of Wagyu, a Japanese delicacy which entered the Taiwan market last October.