Shangri-La’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel in Taipei opened in December 1994 as Shangri-La’s first property in Taiwan and the tallest hotel in the capital city. The hotel soars 43 stories above Taipei’s flourishing business district and is situated on the fashionable tree-lined Tun Hwa South Road.
The hotel’s ibuki by TAKAGI KAZUO is Taiwan’s first Japanese restaurant to operate with a Michelin-starred approach. The restaurant follows and practices the culinary concepts of Consultant Chef Takagi Kazuo, owner and head chef of the Michelin two-starred Takagi in Japan, placing emphasis on authentic Japanese cuisine: flavours from Kyoto, entertaining Teppanyaki, world-class Sushi and sizzling Tempura.
Treat yourself to a memorable meal by booking the restaurants private dining room which sits perched over a Japanese garden and blissful, trickling river.
Highlights from our fine Japanese feast include selection of fresh-from-the-sea sushi, crispy tempura treats, steaming Duck Soba Noodle Soup, perfectly grilled Teppanyaki Chicken with Ponzu and do-it-yourself Beef Shabu-Shabu.
Sushi | spider roll, sea eel omelette, sashimi
Tempura | yam, pumpkin, shrimp
Duck Soba Noodle Soup
Teppanyaki Chicken with Ponzu