Discover Tao Yuan.
The cuisine of Tao Yuan is guided by fresh ingredients that are available locally, infused with Asian flavors and a mixture of modern cooking techniques, to produce food that is unique, and that we hope you will find delicious. Flavors vary from upscale versions of Asian street food, to the chef's signature seared duck breast - dry aged with chestnut puree, fuyu persimmon, duck liver pearl ball; along with a variety of wines, beers, and signature cocktails, all served on small plates to allow each diner to sample several courses in a single meal.
Please note, starting 2014, our hours have changed. We are open for dinner 5 days a week, Wednesday through Sunday, and lunch Wednesday through Friday. We are closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
|Wednesday||11:30a - 2:00p||5:00p - 9:00p|
|Thursday||11:30a - 2:00p||5:00p - 9:00p|
|Friday||11:30a - 2:00p||5:00p - 10:00p|
|Saturday||5:00p - 10:00p|
|Sunday||4:00p - 7:30p|
For the months of January through early May, we will be offering a special family-style Sunday dinner featuring the cuisine of a specific area of China. The next 2 Sundays, 4/13 and 4/20, will feature the cuisine of Shaanxi Province, home of the Terra Cotta Warriors and famous for its many varieties of noodles. The complete schedule of regions is below:
Sunday Schedule – Chinese Regional Dinners
Jan 26 / Feb 2 Cantonese
Feb 9 / Feb 16 Shanghai
Feb 23 / Feb 23 Uyghur – Xinjiang Province
Mar 2 / Mar 9 Beijing
Mar 16 / Mar 23 Sichuan Province
Mar 30 / Apr 6 Taiwan
Apr 13 / Apr 20 Xi’An – Shaanxi Province
Apr 27 / May 4 Yunnan Province
May 25 (last) Beijing (repeat Peking Duck dinner)
Sunday dinners are a set menu. The regular a la carte menu will NOT be available, so please book your reservation accordingly. To make a reservation, please call us at 207 725-9002, email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at tao-yuan.me/reserve.html.
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