IMPERIAL HOTEL Taipei - Taipei City, 104, Taiwan

Imperial House

  • 帝國會館荷花走道

Cuisine:High-quality Chou-Tzo /Cantonese cuisine and fresh seafood
Hours:Breakfast 06:00~10:00 Lunch 12:00~14:30 Dinner 18:00~21:30


The Imperial House is a restaurant featuring Chou-Tzo and Cantonese cuisine. There are windows displaying the fresh seafood caught from Taiwanese waters. Our chef themselves pick the freshest local ingredients from the markets to perfectly present the purest delicacy and nutrition of the food.Serenity is the design concept of the Imperial House, and the decoration highlights oriental style. Both eastern and western aesthetic merits are adopted, so the atmosphere is eastern yet modern. Curvy gold foil is an integral part of the ceiling and Chinese poetry is the inspiration of the names of four independent booths. We had the honor of inviting Chung-kao Tu, a renowned Taiwanese master calligrapher, to write the names of each booth. The booths are divided by movable partition walls, and this allows our honorable guests to have their own independent space and caters to different occasions. In addition, an outdoor bar on the balcony has lit up the space.

* All prices are in NT dollars and subject to a 10% service charge. The corkage charge per bottle at this restaurant is NT$500 for wine and spirits.

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No.600, LinShen North Rd. Zhongshan Dist.
Taipei City, 104, Taiwan
Call: 886 2 2596 5111
886 2 2592 7506


Your Stay in Taipei!

The Imperial Hotel Taipei was established in the 1960’s when five-star hotels were few and far between in Taiwan. We have provided quality service to our guests for more than forty years. In 1997, we joined the Intercontinental Hotels Group (the IHG), a global chain, becoming the first hotel operated by the group on this island. Today, we still maintain the IHG’s quality management and services that are known to the world. With the aim of providing high-class enjoyment, we have been carrying out a series of renovation plans since 2010. We seek to present a neoclassical style with a simpler and more elegant appearance.