Tien Hsiang Lo

Taste delicacies from West Lake, enjoy the elegant style of the Song Dynasty

One Michelin Star Rating by Michelin Guide Taipei
《Wine Spectator》Best of Award of Excellence

Su Dongpo, a poet of the Song Dynasty, once praised “the prosperity of the world banquet is not as good as Hangzhou”!

Hangzhou is known as the “Land of much fish and rice, the home of silk, and the state of culture”. It was the capital city of the Southern Song Dynasty, during which the booming humanities and gourmet cultures were at their peak in what was called the Chinese Renaissance. The gathering of scholars and literati has made Hangzhou cuisine the representative of Chinese fine food culture.

Tien Hsiang Lo of the Landis Taipei Hotel is derived from Tien Hsiang Lo in Hong Kong, which originally came from Hangzhou. It adheres to the authentic taste of Hangzhou’s traditional dishes, while following the essential cuisine culture of Hangzhou, presenting the diversity of Hangzhou cuisine. Combined with an interior design that reflects the ten scenic spots of West Lake, poetry that praises the local cuisine and feast, it portrays the aesthetics of the space and the profound humanistic feelings of the delicate Hangzhou cuisine. Then extension of the four arts from Song Dynasty - tea, flower arranging, painting, and incense, fill every corner of the space with the ultimate taste of life that people in the Song Dynasty admired.

“Reflecting West Lake, showing the charm of the Song Dynasty”, Tien Hsiang Lo invites you to enjoy the charming beauty of Hangzhou cuisine.



Hours In response to the rapid evolving pandemic outbreak, Tien Hsiang Lo will adjust its operational hours accordingly. If you need any assistance, please call (02)25971234.
Floor B1
Cuisine Hangzhou Cuisine/Chinese Food
Specials Drunken Chicken; Stir Fried River Shrimps with "Long Ching" Tea Leaves ; Poached Grass Carp with Black Vinegar Sauce, "West-Lake" Style ; Slowly Braised Pork "Don-Po" Style ; Stir Fried Chicken with Garlic and Chili "General Tso" Style ; Water Shield Soup "West-Lake" Style ; "Madame Sung" Fish Soup ; Pancake with Date Paste ; Sesame Rice Ball Sweet Soup with Osmanthus and Fermented Rice; Marinated Duck Breast with Soy Sauce; Savory Noodle with Hairy Crab Paste; Precious Abalone; Steamed Yellow Croaker Fish Ball; Beggar's Chichen(Pre-Order 48 hours in advance); Fairy Duck Soup (Pre-Order 24 hours in advance)
Average Up to NT$2,000 per guests .
Seats 88
Wine service The corkage charge per bottle is NT$1,000 for wines and NT$2,000 for spirits
Note We serve beef from America and pork from Taiwan.
Due to food sanitation and safety concerns, only guide dog is allowed in the hotel property.
Precautions Please note that dining etiquette clothing, it is recommended not to wear slippers

Reservation and Cancellation Terms and Conditions
* A deposit of NT$500 per person will be required for each booking at Tien Hsiang Lo of The Landis Taipei.
* Online deposit pay is only available for VISA, MASTER CARD and JCB.
* Your booking is subject to a reservation confirmation whereby you agree to be bound by the respective Terms and Conditions.

* Please take note of the cancellation and no show policy:
1. Any cancellation made prior to 7 days in advance before the dining date, will receive a full amount of refund.
2. Any cancellation or change of date made within 7 days, 30% of the deposit will be forfeited.
3. Any cancellation or change of date made within 3 days, 50% of the deposit will be forfeited.
4. Any cancellation or change of date made on the dining date, 100% of the deposit will be forfeited.
Slowly Braised Pork "Don-Po" Style

Hangzhou cuisine is the representative of Chinese fine food culture with wonderful romantic folklore. Sung Dynasty poet, Su Dong Po has praised that Hangzhou is a culinary paradise. Tien Hsiang Lo restaurant of The Landis Taipei is derived from_ Tien Hsiang Lo in Hong Kong which provides signature dishes such as Slowly Braised Pork “Don Po” Style, Stir Fried Shrimps with Long Ching Tea Leaves, Fairy Duck Soup and many more.

Slowly Braised Pork "Don-Po" Style
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