Afternoon Tea at Beautiful Courtyard & Gallery Visiting
At first Protected content served as a guesthouse for Japanese naval officers before becoming a primary school for Japanese pupils. In Protected content , when its ownership passed to National Taiwan University, Protected content was transformed into residential quarters for university staff. It has since been restored as a restaurant and art gallery space for artist exhibits.
Designed by the architect T. D. Lee, the restaurant borrows light and views from nature; each direction offers a different vista. Lee’s masterful touch has produced a harmony between the new building and its environment. The restaurant serves afternoon tea and light meals, as well as various full-course meals. Unfortunately there is no English on the menu.
The entry fee for the gallery is NT100, however with the receipt for expenses above NT120 at the restaurant, visitors can enter the gallery for free.
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