Their restaurant is proudly named after the owner’s ancestral great, great grandmother who was, as the title refers to, Tai Tai.
Traditionally, Tai Tai (太太) means the head wife of many wives of her husband. Foremost, her responsibilities in the household would be in the kitchen with many cooks. Tai Tai’s helpers would source the best local and regional ingredients.
Tai Tai passed down her many recipes to descendants and today, they are fortunate to have inherited her love of cooking. Over time, Tai Tai’s way of blending flavour and using food for wellbeing has been ingrained in their own cooking pursuits and they understand that Tai Tai wished for not the exclusivity of her recipes but instead for them to embrace the idea of infusing ideas.
Meal TypesDinner Lunch
Cuisine TypesBar Beer Beverage Chinese Dessert Gourmet Light Meals Organic Share Plates Vegetarian Wine
LicensingFully licensed, No BYO
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available