The name says it all. Stone House Restaurant is in a converted traditional stone house. The food is very good but the experience of dining in a rustic dwelling is what makes Stone House worth the trip. Decor is simple; appropriate for a rural-style establishment.
The main kitchen is in the lower building across the road from the actual stone house. You can enter at either place to be seated but must go to the kitchen area to place your order. Menus appeared to be in Chinese only but like pretty much everywhere in Taiwan, the staff will assist as best they can if needed.
Waiters run the food up to the dining area, and when you are done you go back down to the lower building to pay your bill. There is an intercom system between the two buildings, but with as many waiters coming in and out there is little need for it.
We enjoyed the ribs, which are almost sweet enough to be dessert. Also good was the tofu prepared with "three glass" style. Everything we ordered was well prepared and tasty.
Parking is available on the street near the restaurant. The location is reasonably high up the mountain, so be prepared for cool weather in winter.
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