Restaurants in Taipei
Music from Chinese lutes floats through the room; sunlight streams in from wood-framed windows and skylights and bamboo curtains create dappled patterns on the tatami mats. Green moss clings to the dark red-brick walls.
A classic breakfast spot.
An art house movie theater, café, and cinephile bookstore in the old U.S. ambassador’s residence.
Established in 1934, Taipei’s first Western-style restaurant.
An old-school eatery best known for its chicken soup, which is simmered in clay pot for hours.
Outstanding Sichuanese cuisine. Be sure to order the wontons in chili oil, the dry-fried green beans, and the stir-fried cabbage with pork, served with shaobing, a sesame-seed bread.
An arty favorite among students at the nearby universities with spot-on coffee drinks.