Summary: A fusion of local culture and French finesse in every dish.
At Taïrroir, indulge in a culinary journey that blends Taiwanese heritage with the sophistication of French cuisine, all under a dazzling ceiling of 1,876 copper tiles. The intimate setting of Taïrroir has made it a favorite among Taiwan's discerning creatives since its inauguration in 2017. The restaurant's name, a portmanteau of "Taiwan" and "terroir," reflects the childhood memories of its founder in Taichung and his extensive experience in top-tier French dining establishments. The nine-course tasting menus are a celebration of the senses, with dishes like mashed taro with sakura shrimp that playfully pop alongside confit egg yolk. Each dish is a love letter to the island, marrying local flavors and ingredients with Western culinary techniques to create something truly unique. The interior's copper-tiled ceiling adds to the charm, ensuring a dining experience that is both visually and gastronomically stunning.