Mume

Taipei, Taiwan

50Best Accolades
  • No.7 Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2019
  • The Best Restaurant in Taiwan 2019

Mume (meaning ‘plum blossom’, Taiwan’s national flower) is a study in glass and polished marble. Hong Kong-born Richie Lin – formerly of Sydney’s nature-inspired Quay and Copenhagen’s world-famous Noma – pays homage to his adopted country with fresh, flavourful dishes that explore lesser-known Taiwanese ingredients such as goose barnacles prepared with modern European techniques. The pickled mackerel with tomato essence and wagyu beef tartare glistening with clam-laced mayo and confit egg yolk can also be viewed through this New-Nordic lens at this regular on Asia’s 50 Best list.

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Location

No. 28 Siwei Road, Da'an District, Taipei, 106

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