Lu Family Menu
NT$ 12800/8 persons
Chef's Special
It includes Additive-free C...
It includes Additive-free Chinese Sausage, Three-Color Egg & Squid Roll, Marinated Pork Liver Rolls, Ginseng Pork Heart, Dana Braised Aablone.
Dance of Beans and Shoots
Sweet and crispy seasonal o...

Sweet and crispy seasonal organic white bamboo shoots from Puli are complemented by smooth and fine soybean paste for a dish with interweaving layers of taste.

Flat Fish Spring Roll
Master Te-Hsing Huang from ...
Master Te-Hsing Huang from Peng Lai Ge imparts the secret to ancient cuisine, stir-frying flat fish, sprouts and shrimp meat repeatedly, then wrapping them in spring rolls for deep-frying. This is a salty dessert normally served during half-time of a banquet, reminding guests to take a break and return to enjoy the second half of the banquet. It is enriched in the significance of dietary culture heritage.
Bamboo Shoots & Pork Foot
It is cooked by a tradition...
It is cooked by a traditional meat braising method in low heat over 3 hours to make the braised pork foot absorbed in rich taste. Then, cook the bamboo shoots with braised soup until dried up for richer taste.
Gualu Roasted Chicken*12
A dish served in Penglaige,...
A dish served in Penglaige, passed down by generations of chefs. This dish can be prepared in three different flavors: one is to marinade the chicken with fermented bean curd in proper percentage before roasting; the second flavor is to eat with brasied vegetables and pickled cabbage with dipping the chicken juice produced during roasting; the third flavor is to eat with Taiwanese pocket, the stuffings can be bamboo shoots, pickled cabbage and chicken.
three ways to eat
River Eel Fritters
Lin Tien-sheng, father of n...

Lin Tien-sheng, father of nationally renowned chef Lin Ming-tsan, is known as the Father of Catering. More than 40 years ago, the elder Lin created this dish, which has since become an iconic dish in Taiwan’s catering scene. Fresh Japanese eel is first deboned and laced with fresh seasonal dill before being coated with flour and deep-fried. The last step in this culinary journey is to drench the eel in a gravy made of chicken stock, pineapple, sugar, and tomatoes heated over a slow fire. The sweet and sour taste of the fruits complement the lightly saccharine flavor of the eel, and the heat coaxes the fragrance from the coriander. The eel is paired with homemade aluminum-free deep-fried fritters and rice crisps to give the dish a rich and layered texture and taste.

Gualu Roasted Chicken*3
A dish served in Penglaige,...
A dish served in Penglaige, and is passed on by the Head chef of Penglaige. There are three way to eat the Taiwanese pockets: the stuffing can be bamboo shoots, pickled cabbage and chicken. Taiwanese pocket is a popular dish served in the restaurant during the time before and after the Taiwan Restoration Day.
three ways to eat
Garlic-Flavored Squid with Snail Soup
Personally presented by mas...
Personally presented by master Te-Hsing Huang of Peng Lai Restaurant, this is a classic Taiwanese soup. Before the restoration, Taiwan was already a vital passage for trading in East Asia.Business travelers from different places brought rare food ingredients from around the world.Canned food was said to be precious and fancy products back then and quality canned snail meat further displayed the distinguished quality of the wealthy people. Mountain and Sea House uses canned golden snail meat developed by Green and Safe. It is free of fragrances, preservatives and monosodium glutamate (MSG).It is simmered using a slow fire together with the precious and abundant Mountain and Sea food ingredients as well as the self-cultivated organic tomatoes from the farm. Let the tender aroma of the snail meat and the crispness of the squid take you back to the old times in the past.
Wild Ginger Lily Aiyu Jelly
Alishan Mountain wild aiyu ...
Alishan Mountain wild aiyu hand-washed by the chef with the addition of organic wild ginger lily.
Seasonal Fruit
A selection of the choicest...
A selection of the choicest organic, seasonal fruits from across Taiwan.
The above price is subject to 10% service charge.
This set of tableware and dishes are for reference only.
Mountain and Sea House
AddressNo.94, Sec. 2, Ren’ai Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100, Taiwan
Lu Family Menu NT$ 12800/8 persons
Mountain and Sea House
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AddressNo.94, Sec. 2, Ren’ai Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100, Taiwan
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