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The China House

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Chinese flavours served in a 1930s Shanghai setting

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A stunning, two-floor colonial style residence has been transformed into The China House, an avant-garde restaurant inspired by the vibrant Art Deco period of 1930s Shanghai. Within this striking setting guests can enjoy classic Chinese cuisine in a refined atmosphere, while the delicious weekly dim sum menu, as well as a weekend buffet brunch, both have a loyal following.

The China House, situated just outside the hotel’s lobby area, is also home to three private dining rooms that seat from six to 10 guests as well as a larger room for up to 20.

After 6:30pm, guests are kindly asked to wear elegant attire and proper footwear, while gentlemen are requested to wear long trousers and closed shoes.


Menu highlights

Mexican Abalone
Sea cucumber with goose webs and brown sauce in hot pot

Ocean Sea Cucumber
Stewed with shrimps, eggs and oyster sauce, green vegetables and mushroom buns

Ox Tail Jump Over the Wall
Imperial Chinese delicacy dating back to the Qing dynasty with abalone, fish maw sea cucumber and ginseng in superior stock

Chrysanthemum Style
Bean curd flower with shredded lobster and Yunnan ham broth

‘The China House’ Signature Bird’s Nest
Grilled superior bird’s nest with fresh crabmeat and steamed egg

Double-Boiled Bamboo Piths
Crab claw soup with assorted mushroom in young coconut shell