The phrase “Pulami” means abundance in the Paiwan language. Pulami Farm serves indigenous-themed cuisine that uses locally sourced ingredients. By dining here, you help out the local economy and don’t contribute to pollution created from transporting food. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of this restaurant housed in a log cabin as the aroma of wild greens wafts in from the kitchen. Not long after you sit down, a large pot of “shake” rice gets brought to the table. “Shake” rice is actually millet congee with wild greens. Its name comes from how it’s cooked. Chefs have to shake the pot while cooking so the rice doesn’t get burned. In addition to “shake” rice, you will also get the chance to taste barbequed boar, stir-fried wild greens, red quinoa bagels and other delicacies. You’ll feel just as if you’re visiting an old friend while listening to the owner, Ms. Xiuzhen, share stories about her daily life.
Address: No. 407, Jinfeng Township, Taitung County
Contact Number: 0919-147-896 (reservations required)
Hours of Operation: 10:00-19:30
Suggested duration: 1 hour