This is one of the best vegetarian restaurants in the world. The presentation is just so lovely, they bought me a tiny sesame dumpling in a jar, on a piece of driftwood, with an orchid in a vase on it. I didn't want to eat it, but when I did, that dumpling was one of the most beautiful things I've ever put in my mouth. This was just one of 10 courses. I went back on my last day in Taipei (and to Ever Green buffet) and even though frankly I was dressed like a hobo by Taiwanese standards, the waitresses were all really happy to see me again and treated me even better than the first time. It's expensive, but you only live once, so pay whatever they ask, think only about how beautiful food can look and taste and how lucky you are to be there, and savour the moment as it might be a long time before you get a chance to eat at a place this good again.
OK having said all that, as a vegan they did serve me a drink with honey in it, so make sure you let them know when you order.Pros: Artistry, Flavours, Uniqueness
Cons: Make sure it's vegan