Many of weeds and wildflowers growing on this land are actually herbs that can be used for cooking. The chef employs creativity to make the local herbs into cuisines. By having a bite of the native weeds, you can consume the local customs and seasonal features.
Idas bar is located by the vast Chu Grassland. You can run across a fascinating moonlight on a clear night, just like seeing a ripple in the clear night sky. You can not only taste the classic House Wine but sip the additive-free greenish brew: natural wine — no additives to affect the taste of the grape itself. Let the grape express its original flavor and purity as much as possible. It takes not much time to decant, it requires you no overthink, and it nourishes you in everyday life.
Knsuyan means comfort and fineness in the Taroko language.
Scent, though invisible and inaudible, can always invoke our deep memory. Walking into the cloudy forest and tracing the scent of smoke in the air and the smell of soil in the woods, you find the hunter’s dining table full of the forest cuisine cooked with seasonal food. The seasonal ingredients grown by local small farmers are used; the Hualien local ingredients are cooked in a French way, and you will taste this mountain and sea in your every bite.
Late night: 21:00-22:00
Breakfast price: NT$600 for adults, NT$350 for children
Dinner price: NT$1,080 for adults, NT$680 for children
The above prices are subject to 10% service charge
Children under 6 years old are free, 6-12 years old are child prices
If guests bring their own drinks, the hotel will charge additional service charges as follows:
Wine/NT$300 per bottle, Spirits/NT$500 per bottle.