LivingOne, located on the prestigious National Taiwan University Campus, is known for its spacious, minimal furniture, and elevated ceiling. It's where design and food come together in perfect harmony. In addition to a 100-person dining room, LivingOne also houses two VIP lounges perfect for intimate dinner parties and event catering. The French windows look out to the sprawling NTU campus, its historic buildings, and the young scholars hurrying from one class to the next. LivingOne's menus, rotated three times a year is lovingly created by five-star chefs. Locally-sourced, farm-fresh ingredients in Taiwan are used aplenty to ensure that customers get the best, seasonal taste of Taiwan year-round.
Sanxitang, located on the 4th floor of NPM’s exhibition hall, is inspired by Emperor Chien-lung’s studio. The emperor stashed his collection of three rare calligraphic scrolls of "Timely Clearing after Snow" by Wang His-chin, "Mid-Autumn" by Wang Hsien-Chih and "Po-yan" by Wang Hsn in his prized study. The teahouse embodies the yin-yang of an Eastern bibliotheca and western library. While the day away with a nostalgic trip back to Emperor Chien-lung’s imperial splendor: the day ends on a perfect note here in Sanzitang Teahouse after you feast on the Museum’s unrivaled collection of art curios.
The Shi-Yang dining experience moves far beyond the pleasant filling of the stomach; it is a trip to the culinary opera, the diners transported to a heightened realm of the senses by the inspired and original artistic, culinary performance. The setting of mountains and high-peaks air is gently imbued with a Zen-like meditative aura. With their essential ingredients thus fresh, palatable, and nutritious, the courses are whisked to the tables by staff who explain in detail all the culinary notes that make up the particular musical score of this dish.
Silks Palace, located adjacent to National Palace Museum (NPM)'s exhibition hall, takes on NPM's unique character of tradition and history. It disregards formalities, and presents the essence of traditional architecture and food culture with contemporary touches. A unique Imperial Treasures Feast featuring dishes resembling items from NPM's signature collections is unveiled to acquaint guests with the close relationship between Chinese art and cooking.