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Rice food takes up a significant historical meaning in the Taiwanese dining culture, which further represents people’s strong emotions towards rice. The restaurant is named “MIPON” to pay tribute to the Taiwanese dining culture. MIPON Taiwanese Cuisines persist in the authentic flavors of Taiwanese cuisines, emphasizing on traditional skills for cooking to duplicate classic flavors, perfectly reproducing the dishes in the memory of Taiwanese people along with more profound taste bud experience, allowing home-cooking flavors to become more delicious; the plate setting strives for breakthroughs to elegantly present an unique Taiwanese style on the dining table, where characteristic snack food also become exquisite delicacies, demonstrating the wonderfulness of Taiwanese sentiment, which has been honored with the award of One MICHELIN Star in 2021.


Pork Ribs with Honey and Black Dates
The traditional Taiwanese home-cooked dish with herbs, where black dates which cater for the kidney and stomach are simmered at low heat to provide the juice, the pre-cured pork ribs are dipped in powder and quick-fried to preserve the aromatic meat juice
Steamed Chicken with Chili Sauce
This is an extended variation to the Taiwanese-style boiled chicken, where free-range capons with sweet and delicious meat texture are stringently selected, and sprinkled with the signature sauce made using garlic, chili and lemon juice, offering an appet
Beef with Manganji Green Pepper
Manganji green pepper with a chili fragrance is cooked with tender beef. The chef selects U.S. beef with an aromatic and strong meat taste, which requires perfect heat for cooking. Using the stir-fried approach using high heat allows the fresh sweetness o



Reservations: +886-2-7722-3391

Operation Hours:

Monday to Sunday: 11:30 - 14:30

Monday to Friday: 18:00 - 21:30
Saturday & Sunday: 17:30 - 21:30

Seating Capacity: 200
Private Room: 6 Rooms 
The corkage fee per bottle is NT$800 for wines and NT$1,200 for liquors.