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Silks Palace at the National Palace Museum

No. 221, Section 2, Zhishan Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan

02 2882 9393

$75 · Muslim Owned · Restaurant · Seafood · BBQ · Chinese · Beverages · Chicken · Dessert · Fusion · Vegetarian · Beef · Duck

Monday: Closed Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM Thursday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM Friday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM Saturday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM Sunday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 5:30 – 9:30 PM

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Grace C

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

For the decade the Dishes are still very delicates and special. Taste very good and nice! Highly recommend for family gatherings.

Kon wen yu

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

Dishes looks aesthetic, and staff are pretty quick to serve and respond. The pork is soft and flavourful, and the mango milk pudding was nice. The cabbage dish was aesthetic, but the taste wasn't as exceptional. It is less suited for solo travellers as many dishes are meant for sharing.

Jerry Yang (Jerry Yang)

Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago

These designed cuisines, tasty tea, warm service, and gorgeous environment were perfectly combined by Silks Palace. After the meal, it was easy to take a walk around National palace museum. Thus, We had a great celebration for Mother’s Day and should be willing to re-visit in short times.

Eiichiro M.

Rated 4.0/5.0 2 years ago

This is the review of the all you can dinner. There are two options Cantonese dimsum and a regular Chinese hot dishes which are on both sides of a single laminated menu. You are supposed to mark what you want on a order pad in Chinese. So don't let the host take away your menu unless you can remember your dish name in Chinese. The portion were small but it gave us more opportunity to try out more. And if you really liked a dish you can order it again. There was a time limit of 90 minutes which was more than enough. Food was good and the price was worth it too sample such variety in one sitting.

David Wang

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 years ago

This place is only popular because of the location (next to museum) and attracts all of the tourists (including us). The food here is a hit or miss. We ordered three dishes: the ginkgo nuts and mushroom, Cantonese seafood stir fry noodles, and beef noodle soup. Let's start with the good. The stir fry noodles was great. It was more like drunken noodles where the noodles are chewy and bathed in a thick syrup that moistens it. The other two dishes were bad. The mushroom dish was bland. The beef in the soup was suppose to have come from America but it was so chewy that I feel sorry for people who thinks this is what American beef tastes like. Overall, none of the dishes were authentic but the place was fancy and it didn't make me regret coming. I wouldn't mind coming again, but I'd go somewhere else if I knew a decent place nearby.

Tammy Liu

Rated 4.0/5.0 11 months ago

Went for the all u can eat dim sum on a Saturday lunch. Great ambience, and service. The roast pork, wine marinated chicken, goose cold dish was pretty good. The Cantonese dim sums were so so. Unfortunately, the cooked dishes, such as steamed fish, spicy beef, sweet and sour thousand year egg , stir fried squid were all below average, not sure they were freshly cooked since they came in small sizes.


Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago

Good. We went here for a quick bite and ordered the beef noodles. The restaurant is very nice looking and the servers are accommodating and well presented. A bit expensive for Taipei standards though.

yeshwant raj

Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago

IG: foodie_foxx As a self-proclaimed food aficionado, I have had the opportunity to indulge in countless meals at some of the most exclusive and luxurious hotels around the world. And while it is not uncommon for high-end hotels to fall short in the culinary department, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Silks Palace, located within the grand National Palace Museum, offers a dining experience that is nothing short of extraordinary. From the moment you step into Silks Palace, you are greeted with an array of Italian-style breads, cheeses, butter, and other delectable condiments that are sure to tantalize the taste buds. The offerings continue with a diverse selection of fresh seafood salads, expertly prepared meats, and classic pasta dishes that are sure to delight even the most discerning of palates. But what truly sets Silks Palace apart is their exceptional steak, which ranges in price from 1600-4000 NTD. The meat is undeniably fresh and cooked to absolute perfection, with each bite revealing an exquisite delicacy that will linger on your tongue long after the meal has ended. And let's not forget about dessert, where Silks Palace truly shines. The Hagen-Dazs station features an impressive twelve varieties of ice cream, each one more delicious than the last. From rich chocolate and velvety vanilla, to tangy fruit sorbets and indulgent caramel swirls, there is something for every sweet tooth at Silks Palace. Despite the high-end setting and the impressive selection of dishes, Silks Palace remains an approachable dining experience that caters to a wide range of palates. And while the steak is undoubtedly a standout, the buffet as a whole offers an unparalleled culinary experience that will leave you eager to return for more. In short, Silks Palace is a true gem among high-end hotel dining options. From the expertly prepared dishes to the decadent desserts, every aspect of the meal is crafted with care and precision. So if you're in search of a truly exceptional dining experience, look no further than Silks Palace. Bon appetite fellows Peace ✌️

Bruce Tiew

Rated 5.0/5.0 8 months ago

My friend in Taipei invited us to Silks Palace for lunch. We truly like this restaurant, good atmosphere, comfortable seatings and really authentic Cantonese and Taiwanese cuisines. I particularly like their 紅燒牛肉麵 (Spicy Taiwanese Beef Noodle), 伊麵 (Cantonese flat noodle), their dessert and dim sum are also very tasty. A nice place to dine after visiting the 故宮博物院 (National Palace museum). I would definitely revisit this restaurant the next time I visit Taipei.

Sharon Cheah

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

I made the mistake of not making a reservation and had to wait 5th in line which was quite a wait as it was the lunch crowd. Service and food were good. If you want to enjoy the ambience of a high class setting then this is it. Food was good and service was prompt.

Jyrki R

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

The food was excellent. We were five people in a private room. We had the nine dish menu, everything was delicious. The dishes were served one after the other in unhurried manner.

Yiting H

Rated 2.0/5.0 6 months ago

Very bad service but have good food. Our server Kitty speaks too lightly that we couldn’t hear anything. She wouldn’t speak up though we just couldn’t hear any explanation of dishes with the loud environment. One of the savoury dish was served 30 mins after all the other plates were served. They kept on asking if we want the desserts to be served before that dish was served. Seemed like they were rushing us out of the restaurant. At the end the dessert was still served before the pate savoury dish because they asked too many times. Horrible attitude and experience at the end. It’s a shame that the food is pretty good.

Joel Yeo

Rated 2.0/5.0 5 months ago

I have prepared to not have such high hopes on food tastes and only good presentation. In short, only the look of food and atmosphere meets expectation. Portion is smaller than the average 便當. We had the signature meat and vege, presentation is good enough, taste is very average. Dimsum just ok, nothing wow for a place as such. Service: not to point at anyone, but I believe training is required for the waitresses, or a refresher perhaps? It's very very let down on service, my hand was knocked 3 times by the waitress(there was and empty space next to me though). Also while taking photo of the expensive piece of pork, the waitress standing beside asking "are you done with photo? Are you done?", as if she can't wait to serve. Another waitress was talking so blur and quick we weren't sure if she was asking or telling something. I'm sorry to say I was a little unhappy after visiting.

Bo Cui

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

Signature dishes ordered with expectations they’d be so delicious and I must say quality matches with expectations. The chinese cabbage with shrimps on top was trying best to recreate the most remarkable treasure here at National Palace museum, however, the seasoning was just plain (maybe as it should be?) other than this dish only, all other dishes we ordered were marvellous! BTW, service is always good just like almost anywhere else in Taiwan. My personal rating for this place is 4.3/5

Robin Wang

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago

The restaurant has some dishes that are eatable art! And they are delicious too! Well, on a little bit pricey but it certainly worth a visit after the museum tour.

Stephan P

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

Good food and service. We were here for lunch because we were spending the whole day at the Palace Museum and didn't want to leave the site. We were pleasantly surprised by the food and the service. There are traditional local Taiwanese dishes with a Palace Museum spin and they were great! Our favorite is the dessert platter which every piece of dessert was created to look like the famous small artwork from the museum. They were delicious too according to the kids!


Rated 1.0/5.0 3 months ago

Disappointing experience. This does not live up to Regent’s brand. The prices are like 3-star, the food is more like 2-star, and the service is barely 1-star. The Three Cup Chicken was dry and lacked flavor. The Xiao Long Bao was below average. The Crab 米糕 had overly moist sticky rice, lacking in flavor, and the crab was just average. The Broccoli with Scallop was good, but both the vegetable and seafood dishes were cooked with too much smoke. The 四神湯 was lukewarm. Service was the most critical issue and needs significant improvement. Despite being quick to collect finished dishes, the staff neglected to refill the teapot and even brought other tables' dishes to ours. The management has failed in the service aspect of their business.

B Joseph

Rated 3.0/5.0 a week ago

Friends said the beef noodle soup would be good. We decided it was so-so. The portion was large for two people.

Tal Shay

Rated 5.0/5.0 a week ago

Yumm restaurant right next to national palace museum. Have dishes that look just like the two art pieces for the cabbage (too fishy for me) and the meat (braised pork belly - good). Dessert of sweet sago soup with coconut was beautiful. Map tofu in clay pot was also good. Braised beef noodle soup was excellent.


Rated 3.0/5.0 3 weeks ago

I’m not too picky about Chinese cuisine, yet most dishes looked delicately but tasted just okay. Perhaps it’s better to order some steamed dishes.