Shintori, since 1983, the pioneer of Kaiseki Cuisine in Taiwan, is highly acclaimed for authentic tastes of seasonal fresh ingredients served with poetic dish presentation and prescribed order of courses.
Shintori Kaiseki set menus are served in 16 private rooms for 2-24 people each as well as a banquet room for up to 36 distinguished guests facing a 2-story tall waterfall dashing down the cliff. Shintori Kaiseki Bar, the cradle of Taiwan's sushi chefs, offers 9 exclusive seats in the center of dining hall surrounded by a ceiling-high bamboo garden. With a 24-foot wide wine cellar, Shintori proudly presents Taipei's most specialty wine list to pair with the Kaiseki cuisine from signature aperitif, beer, sake, whisky, to an exquisite selection of white & red wine.
Nature, Simplicity and Elegance, the concept of Shintori is inspired by Japanese Kaiseki culture, Chinese classical philosophy, and postmodernism with both classical and contemporary elements. All the above coexist with harmony yet evolve and transform into a unique dining experience at Shintori Kaiseki Bar & Restaurant.
Shintori Kaiseki Bar & Restaurant
B1F, No. 80, Sec.1, Jianguo N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2501 7000
1983: Founded and pioneered the introduction of Kaiseki Cuisine in Taipei City
1997: Renamed as Shintori Restaurant
1998: New branch entered into Shanghai City
1999: Honored to serve the Presidential Banquet
2000: Distant leader obtained ISO 9001 certification
2011: Awarded Taiwan Top 20 Restaurants by the Miele Guide
2012: Winner of Taipei Master Chef Champion
2013: New branch entered into Bangkok City
2013: Sector leader organized the Bar & Beverage Department and launched wine pairing & sake pairing menu
2014: Once-again pioneered the introduction of Kyoto Kaiseki Cuisine in collaboration with Kyoto Kinmata
2014: Awarded the Gourmet Taiwan Prize
2015: Reorganized the Ceramic Art Department, planned and hosted exhibitions for VIP events