New York Cocktail Bar ‘PDT’ to Open at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is delighted to announce a unique new bar concept in collaboration with the iconic New York cocktail bar, PDT (Please Don’t Tell).

Regularly voted among the World’s Best Bars, PDT has long been a favourite of New Yorkers who enjoy its intimate privacy, distinctive interiors, and creative cocktails developed by renowned mixologists Jim Meehan, Jeff Bell and their talented bar team. After ten years on St. Marks Place, PDT HK, which will open in early 2018, is the first permanent PDT outside New York City.

Following in the tradition of the original, guests will enter the Hong Kong bar through an entrance disguised as a phone booth at the top of the staircase in the lobby’s bustling MO Bar.  The interiors envisioned by Hong Kong designer-of-the-moment, Nelson Chow, and will be a playful mix of vintage and modern classics, with a nods to PDT’s New York roots including a selection of eclectic taxidermy on the walls

Devotees of PDT’s New York hot dog, by Crif Dogs hotdog stand, need not be concerned as PDT HK will introduce a creative culinary partnership with the city’s leading and most acclaimed chefs, which will be rotated each season.  The inaugural free-range pork, chicken and beef hotdog has been created by the hotel’s renowned culinary director, Richard Ekkebus and further food offerings will be Chef Ekkebus’ take on American comfort foods.


H&M is proud to reveal that renowned Mainland China actress YANG MI and Taiwanese actor MARK CHAO will be fronting H&M’s 2018 Chinese New Year campaign. Acclaimed for their roles as an on-screen couple, YANG MI and MARK CHAO will be the face of H&M’s advertising campaign celebrating fashion, warmth and togetherness during the festive holiday. Offering a fashionable wardrobe for women, men and children, H&M’s Chinese New Year collection will be available from January 25th, 2018 in 11 markets: Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Canada.

“I am a huge fan of H&M, and to front the exclusive Chinese New Year campaign with Mark for the very first time makes this extremely exciting. I cannot wait to celebrate Chinese New Year with my family and friends in this festive and fashionable collection! I hope our fans will love this collection as much as we do,” says Yang Mi.

“I am very happy to be on set with Yang Mi again, this time, for H&M’s 2018 Chinese New Year campaign. The collection lits up joyfulness in the air, and is suitable for both celebration and day-to-day fashion wear. Yang Mi and I will be reflecting warmth and togetherness, and I hope everyone will resonate this festive spirit through the campaign,” says Mark Chao.



The annual BMW Hotelier Awards held a spectacular event tonight on 14th December 2017 at Studio City, Macau to recognise outstanding individuals’ professional excellence across the hospitality sector in Asia, and broaden the horizons for younger generations looking to enter the industry. As a benchmark for professional excellence in Asia, the awards have grown in prominence over the years to become an unmissable event in the industry calendar. On this night, 400 hoteliers and industry professionals gathered for the fourth edition in the grand ballroom to await the announcement of this year’s award winners.

2017 saw applications from over 70 different brands across 14 different countries. Winners of each category, for both Greater China and Asia, were decided by the expert judging panel through a two-round process and based on a combination of facts presented in the applications, interviews, and testimonials.


The 24 award winners were presented with their prestigious trophies by one of the six judges alongside a representative from the partnering companies. This year’s partners included BMW, Nespresso for the third year running, Lucaris, Pernod Ricard, Sutherland, Bernardaud and Cathay Pacific & Cathay Dragon. The judging panel was comprised of experts who, between them, hold a significant amount of industry specific skills and knowledge. Those judges were, Yona He – Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific – Forbes Travel Guide, Dai Bin – President of China Tourism Academy & Director of National Tourism Data Center, Alison Gilmore – Portfolio Director – International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM), Worldwide, Dr. Sacha Stöcklin – Campus Director, Les Roches Jinjiang, Shanghai & Managing Director, Cicas, Zita Ong – Board Member – Edipresse Media Asia and Simon Kahn – Chief Marketing Officer, Asia Pacific – Google.
Taking home the highly sought after title of General Manager of the Year for Asia was Ana Gorjão Henriques, General Manager of Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Bali. “This award means so much to me! Thank you to my team, my family and my parents who have supported me all my life. I have no words,” she said, overwhelmed.

Janet McNab, Managing Director of the Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel & The St. Regis Macao won the General Manager of the Year Award for Greater China. She congratulated all the nominees and thanked the judges for giving her the privilege of standing in front of such an accomplished room of people. “Working with me are 2000 dedicated people who keep me going everyday. They are among the most talented men and women in the industry, and I love working with them. This recognition is very special and I take my hat off to them all. And finally, I would like to thank my husband who continues to be my pillar of strength.”

The prestigious accolade of APAC “Corporate Hotelier of the Year” was awarded to Walter Junger, Founder and CEO of H12. The award recognises one individual from any department within the corporate divisions. “This is such a beautiful evening, filled with beautiful people. I hope you reach out to us at our amazing art hotels around the world – whether in Kenya, South Africa, Australia, or in China, and it will be our greatest pleasure to show you our hospitality,” he said.

2017 also marked the debut of the Rising Star Award. By partnering with the top universities in Asia that offer a bachelor’s degree in Hotel Management, students were given the opportunity to submit an application. A dedicated judging panel handpicked Benita Nathania Bunawan as the Rising Star for 2017. Benita is currently studying at the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School at Torrens University Suzhou Campus and she now has the unique chance to undertake an internship of her choice in one of the top five-star hotels worldwide.

Co-Founder, Benoit Thebaut, shared his gratitude towards those in support of the ever-growing platform. He said: “Tonight, we are here to celebrate the winners, but since there is no winner without a competition, we also wish to thank all of those, who took precious time to participate and support this initiative. Each year, the number of applications grows and we continue to see new and exciting hotel brands joining edition after edition. I feel proud that this platform is where the best talents compete with the best. Not only do we celebrate success, but we also inspire each other to achieve more.”


The BMW Hotelier Awards celebrates the most talented and hardworking professionals that breathe life into a hotel, whilst also inspiring the younger generation to join this industry. The awards will continue to draw attention to these exceptional professionals in years to come, giving them the recognition and praise that they deserve. To further develop this, and to ensure that the spotlight lands on as many people as possible, The BMW Hotelier Awards is proud to announce that in 2018, two separate award ceremonies will be held: The Hotelier Awards Asia in May in Singapore and The Hotelier Awards Greater China in November in Mainland China.

Monaco Set to Wow Australians With “Green Glam” Experiences in 2018

Visit Monaco is ready to bring sustainable luxury travel to new heights in 2018 with the Principality revealing a variety of new and old “green glam experiences” available to the discerning traveller who likes to indulge whilst leaving a positive impact.

Bridging the gap between luxury and sustainability is a mission that has been at the heart of the Principality’s strategy for decades but, according to Visit Monaco, 2018 will make the Principality’s green assets shine even brighter than ever before.

“There is a lot happening in that space in Monaco at the moment and there is no doubt that 2018 will mark the beginning of a new era for the Principality” said Alison Roberts-Brown, Regional Director of Visit Monaco in Australia and New Zealand.

“Monaco is a feel-good destination all around and we are thrilled to be able to introduce visitors to a side to the Principality they may not have known about before and make them discover the dynamic, sustainable, fresh and unexpected destination that it is.”

Some of Monaco’s best sustainable feel-good experiences for travellers to discover include:

Roam the F1 circuit by electric Mobee
F1 – but not like you know it! Take advantage of the innovative electric carsharing service ‘Mobee’ available to travellers for all mobility needs. If you want to join the electric mobility movement but prefer a more exertive way, electric bikes are also available for rent all over the principality.

Join the ‘Eat Local’ movement
There are plenty of experiences available to the health- and environmental-conscious foodie. For those who like the finer things, head to Elsa, the world’s first 100% organic Michelin-starred restaurant or, for a more local experience, head to the Condamine market to savour some of the best local produce and mingle with the Monegasque community.

Smell the Roses
The preservation of biodiversity is one of the Principality’s priorities. Home to more than 23,000 carefully tended plants belonging to thousands of species, the Principality harbours huge amounts of treasures in this domain. Favourites include the Princess Grace Rose Gardens created by Prince Rainier III in memory of his wife Princess Grace. For one of the largest variety of species, head to the Exoctic Gardens.

Go behind the organic foodie scenes
Meet Terre Monaco, a project whose mission it is to institute urban agriculture, especially eco-friendly vegetable and fruit gardens, on the roofs, balconies and buildings of Monaco and neighbouring municipalities. Terre Monaco offer regular workshops for locals and travellers educating them about their organic offering.

Hit the Spa
…and where better to do so than in The House of Givenchy’s first spa in Monaco that opened its doors in the prestigious Hotel Metropole earlier this year. An all-round wellbeing destination, Monaco is also home to a number of other award-winning spas such as les Thermes Marins by Monte-Carlo SBM.

Sustainability and stewardship have been amongst the most important priorities of the Principality for decades with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation continuing to support sustainable and ethical projects which focus on climate change and developing renewable energies; combating the loss of biodiversity; and improving universal access to clean water and fighting desertification.


The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C. today announced that the 2018 Tokyo-Osaka Michelin Guide, the regional edition of the most distinguished culinary reference in the world with its celebrated annual awards of excellence in international haute cuisine, has awarded Azure 45 at The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo a Michelin star for the third consecutive year, and newcomers to the list this year, La Baie at The Ritz-Carlton Osaka and Tempura Mizuki at The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto, one brand-new Michelin star each.

“We are extremely honoured that the Michelin Guide has once again recognized the outstanding work of our chefs,” said Victor Clevall, Vice President, Luxury, Asia Pacific Excluding Greater China. “I would like to congratulate Shintaro Miyazaki at Azure 45, Christophe Gibert at La Baie and Kenji Fujimoto at Tempura Mizuki along with their respective teams for their well-earned, highly coveted Michelin stars. Their talent, hard work and dedication has placed them at the pinnacle of their extremely demanding art. These awards are also made possible by the outstanding professional skills of all the Ladies and Gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton who create the exceptional experiences for our guests each day. It is fitting that their achievements have now been recognised by this most important of gastronomic guides.”

Mr. Clavell also said, “The Ritz-Carlton name is synonymous with excellence in luxury and its signature fine dining across Asia, with a total of 9 stars in eight Michelin-starred restaurants at seven Ritz-Carlton hotels for 2018. Overall, 2018 promises to be an exceptional year for fine dining at The Ritz-Carlton hotels across the region, with three out of four Ritz-Carlton hotels in Japan alone now featuring Michelin-starred restaurants.”

Chef Shintaro Miyazaki’s confident, creative touch and balanced flavours earned Azure 45, the signature French restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo, its first Michelin star in 2016, and this is the third consecutive year that the restaurant has been awarded a star. Chef Miyazaki creates modern masterpieces against a background of tradition and experience, such as his salmon mi-cuit suffused with the ephemeral fragrance of white sesame seeds and accented by an exquisite wasabi sauce.

La Baie, at The Ritz-Carlton Osaka, has earned its Michelin star for its inspired takes on classic French cuisine. La Baie’s Kegani crab effilochée with marinated turnip, jasmine rice cream and sea urchin showcase Chef Christophe Gibert’s experience and assured touch in marrying the time-honoured traditions of Escoffier and Bocuse with rare and exquisite Japanese ingredients. Complementing the menu is an exceptional, award-winning wine list that is not to be missed.

This is the first Michelin star for Tempura Mizuki, helmed by Kenji Fujimoto, who began his career at Hanagatami, the signature Japanese restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton Osaka in 1997. When The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto opened in 2014, he was appointed head chef at Tempura Mizuki, which specialises in tempura dishes of inimitable quality and delicacy.

Chef Fujimoto elevates traditional Japanese tempura to a high art form. Exquisite seasonal ingredients are quickly and expertly deep fried in perfectly hot, first-pressed benibanayu or safflower oil. The chefs at Tempura Mizuki cook in front of diners at the counter; the visual beauty, exquisite scents and outstanding flavours becoming a treat for all five senses. The must-try signature creations at Tempura Mizuki are its Omi beef filet with Japanese basil, and the feather-light egg yolk tempura.

In 2017, other restaurants at The Ritz-Carlton hotels across the Asia-Pacific region also received Michelin stars, including Tin Lung Heen, where diners savour spectacular views over traditional Cantonese dim sum on the 102nd floor of The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, which was awarded 2 Michelin stars. Tosca at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, Summer Pavilion at The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore, Lai Heen at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau and Jin Xuan at The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong were all honoured with 1 Michelin star each.


Rosewood Phuket opens today, nestled along 600 meters of one of the last remaining secluded beaches on the island, on Emerald Bay in southwestern Phuket. Its debut marks not only the first Southeast Asia resort for ultra-luxury Rosewood Hotels & Resorts®, but the unveiling of Asaya, Rosewood’s pioneering new wellness concept. Guests can enjoy convenient access to the bustling seaside towns along this stretch of coastline, while Phuket’s cultural heart, the historic Old Town, is a short drive away.

Inspired by the serenity and sophistication of luxurious beachside estates, the resort features 71 pool pavilions and villas immersed within a 43-acre verdant landscape, creating a tropical beach hideaway perfectly placed for guests to explore the hidden charms of Thailand’s most famous island destination.

“In design, art, cuisine and most especially in gracious service synonymous with Thai culture, at Rosewood Phuket our brand’s A Sense of Place philosophy has found a rich context in which to flourish,” says Sonia Cheng, chief executive officer of Rosewood Hotel Group. “We are also thrilled that guests will experience our first Asaya, an innovative concept in holistic and integrative wellness journeys.”

“Our resort opens a window to a unique Phuket experience in this very special setting, be it a romantic getaway or family and friends holiday, a once-in-lifetime celebration or a journey to discover the hidden natural wonders of the island,” says Andrew Turner, managing director of Rosewood Phuket.

A Sense of Place® Concept in Phuket
Melbourne-based BAR Studio has applied its refined aesthetics to the resort’s design to celebrate its diverse range of landscapes. A sophisticated interpretation of Rosewood’s A Sense of Place® philosophy is expressed in a contemporary, environmentally sensitive architectural style that blends organically with the natural surroundings, awakening true feelings of escape for guests, from the moment of arrival with the panoramic ocean views above the jungle canopy right through to memorable moments amid hilltop forest, lakes, wetland and sun-washed beach. An abundance of floor-to-ceiling windows and open-sided spaces merge interiors with the outdoors.

Ultra-Luxury Pavilions and Villas
Each sea-facing, residential-style room features interiors that blend east and west, contemporary and traditional. Their expansive garden terraces are private sanctuaries of relaxed outdoor seating, daybed, infinity pool and Andaman Sea views. The 130-square-meter Ocean View Pool Pavilions feature spacious bedroom and living room areas and an exterior courtyard with deep soaking bathtub and rain shower. The 796-square-meter Ocean House comprises a master bedroom, twin bedroom, separate living and dining rooms and a lush oasis of garden courtyards and shady terraces, and guests can choose a plunge in their private infinity pool or taking a few short steps to the warm, crystal-clear waters of Emerald Bay.

Introducing Asaya — Rosewood’s Innovative, Holistic Wellness Concept
Asaya is designed to provide a unique opportunity for guests to discover their own true path to wellness. At “Wellness Ateliers” upon arrival, experts create bespoke experiences for guests and help them choose organic, homegrown herbs and ingredients to be used in tailored treatments. A menu of alternative therapies includes Watsu Therapy, Reiki Healing, Chi Nei Tsang, Life Force Healing Therapy and Sound Therapy. Fitness and lifestyle experiences include body stretching, Pilates, personal training sessions, high-intensity interval training, yoga and meditation, while specialized workshops and private sessions with visiting practitioners are based on various well-being practices.

Six suites include one signature wellness suite which caters to small groups of friends with dedicated treatment areas, outdoor relaxation space and Watsu pool. One to 14-day packages combine wellness, fitness and healthy cuisine. Skin wellness rituals feature Maison Caulières and EviDenS de Beauté products for in-depth action and visible long lasting results.

Children are Explorers Too
The Rosewood Explorers club is designed to stimulate the minds and bodies of the resort’s youngest guests. A variety of exciting facilities includes a vibrant and colorful indoor space and outdoor play area. Children aged three to eight will be able to take part in a fun-filled program of activities with a hands-on focus on creativity and social responsibility.

Recreation for all Tastes
The 24-hour fitness center features an array of cardiovascular, strengthening and weight training equipment. Classes in yoga, Mat Pilates and HIIT/Tabata can be practiced outdoors offering a connection of mind and body with nature. The organic free-form pool provides a peaceful beachside oasis with relaxing sun decks, and separate sections for swimming pool, designated lap pool, and children’s pool.

Sustainability at the Forefront
The resort incorporates many sustainable design elements, including a rainwater harvest system providing the resort’s entire water supply. The solar renewable energy system is the largest of any Phuket hotel, while “landscaped” rooftops provide energy conservation. Over 75 percent of the interior spaces in the resort are exposed to daylight which helps to decrease overall energy consumption and the building materials contain recycled content where possible to help lower the carbon footprint.

Resort landscaping was under the direction of Bangkok-based PLA whose focus was the preservation of the natural environment through the retention or careful transplantation of existing trees and indigenous foliage right through to the protection of sacred 150-year-old Banyan trees situated in the resort grounds.

A resort-sponsored coral reef restoration project is underway in Emerald Bay.

The Pavilion – A Luxury Island Setting for Special Celebrations
The Pavilion, a residential-style events and wedding space, sets the romantic stage for exquisite Thailand destination weddings. Guests take the first steps on their wedding journey in the Event Studio, designed as a one-stop wedding service to satisfy personal styles and preferences. For intimate ceremonies and seated dinners, The Glass House is a 242-square-meter indoor space where guests enjoy panoramic views over the bay through floor-to-ceiling windows, with the option of taking the celebrations outside for an extravagant cocktail reception for up to 250 guests on The Garden & Beach Lawn. The Courtyard is an enclosed and shaded outdoor space offering a charming and refined venue for rehearsal dinners, pre-wedding gatherings, bridal luncheons or private dinners.

About Rosewood Phuket

The 71-room Rosewood Phuket is situated along a 600-meter secluded beachfront at Emerald Bay, and marks the first Southeast Asia resort for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts®. Four dining choices include authentic Thai dishes at Ta Khai, Italian cuisine at Red Sauce, simply prepared seafood at The Shack and a chic poolside lounge ambiance at Mai. The first Asaya, Rosewood’s holistic wellness concept, debuts at the resort, featuring bespoke programs of alternative therapies, lifestyle coaching, fitness activities and specialized healing treatments. Recreation options include a fitness center, Rosewood Explorers children’s facility and beachside infinity pool. The Pavilion residential-style wedding and events space incorporates the 243-square-meter Glass House, Courtyard, Garden and Beach Lawn.

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COMO The Treasury launches Margaret River Seaplane Adventure


Throughout the Australian summer season, embark on a Margaret River Seaplane Adventure with COMO The Treasury in Perth, Australia – a day-long adventure exploring one of Australia’s best-known wine regions. Indulge in a two-night stay at COMO The Treasury in a Heritage Room, and embark on an exhilarating flight, taking off on the Swan River in Perth to begin your scenic, low-level coastal flight to Margaret River.

Following the flight, guests will be introduced to the wines that have made Margaret River one of Australia’s best wine regions. The tour includes a stop to sample local produce and a coastal stop before proceeding to two hand-picked wineries and sitting down to a winery lunch.

Upon completion of a 5 hour Margaret River experience, guests will enjoy coastal scenery from the seaplane, touching down in the Swan River before returning to COMO The Treasury. Guests will also sample local Western Australian produce within the State Buildings, with a share-style menu at Petition Kitchen, designed by Head Chef Jesse Blake.
he package is available from AUD2,940 for two guests, between 1 December 2017 – 30 April 2018. Package price is for a two-night stay including daily breakfast at Post, a day-long Margaret River Seaplane Adventure and a share-style dinner at Petition Kitchen for two. Additional nights in a Heritage Room available from $595.

Package Inclusions:
– 2 nights in a Heritage Room
– Breakfast at Post
– Welcome beverage on arrival
– In-room refreshments, movies and Wi-Fi
– Day-long Margaret River Seaplane Adventure, by Swan River Seaplanes
– Share-style dinner at Petition Kitchen

A Real White Christmas @ NUO Hotel Beijing

Let it snow in Beijing! In collaboration with Genting Secret Garden Ski Resort and TechnoAlpin, NUO has made its own winter wonderland throughout its garden areas. Using professional snow-making equipment, we have added a dusting of white winter magic to Beijing – real snow, just in time for the holidays.

After exploring our very own winter wonderland, NUO has a feast of holiday activities and culinary surprises to keep you feeling festive. You could start with a ginger-spiced afternoon tea with accompanying selection of sweet and savoury seasonal treats, then celebrate the holidays with traditional roast turkey and a decedent spread of indulgent favourites, from fresh seafood to rich desserts. And when the time comes, celebrate the coming of another year with us at our range of exciting New Year celebrations.


Christmas Lunch & Dinner RMB 368 per person

Free-flow of fresh juice, soft drink, beer and house wine. Add RMB 288 for free-flow Deutz Champagne


* Christmas Eve Brunch RMB 598 per person

Free-flow of fresh juice, soft drink, beer and house wine. Add RMB 288 for free-flow Deutz Champagne


* Christmas Eve Dinner RMB 988 per person

Free-flow of fresh juice, soft drink, beer, house wine and Deutz Champagne.


Christmas Lunch & Dinner RMB 368 per person

Free-flow of fresh juice and soft drink. Add RMB 288 for free-flow Deutz Champagne


Christmas-inspired Set Lunch & Dinner RMB 888 per couple

5-course set menu including 1 bottle of Red Wine

Prices are subject to service charge and tax.

*Tickets must be pre-booked

For more information or to make a reservation, please call +86 10 5926 8281 or email

Renowned floral artist Gary Kwok launches design anthology, Flowers & Design, in time for Christmas

This December, internationally-acclaimed floral artist Gary Kwok launches her first coffee table book, Flowers & Design, in collaboration with specialist publisher Stichting Kunstboek.

“It’s been a lifelong dream to have my own publication, so this is the perfect way to celebrate my 20+ years as a floral artist. Through this book, I hope to share my passion for floral art with readers around the world,” says Kwok, who is one of Asia’s highly sought-after floral artists.

The 96 page tome is a tribute to Kwok’s creative spirit and accomplishments in floral design. Each chapter features a series of stunning photographs that showcase her iconic style, which is known for its unique blend of form, colour and texture. Readers are also invited to explore the worlds that inspire her work from her Chinese heritage to art, design and architecture.

Flowers & Design is scheduled for release this month and will be available for purchase online and at prestigious booksellers throughout Europe and Asia.

For enquiries, please contact:

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M: 9344-1531

Warm Up in Autumn with Comforting, Home-style Shunde Cuisine Only at JW Marriott Hotel Macau


The chill in the air means winter is on its way, and at JW Marriott Hotel Macau, guests can get cozy with a menu of comforting Shunde cuisine dishes. For a limited period of time from 15 November to 31 December 2017, Guest Shunde Chef Chan will bring his talent to Man Ho Chinese Restaurant at the JW Marriott Hotel Macau, supporting resident Executive Chinese Chef Ben Wong to plate up a range of authentic Shunde dishes so that every diner can enjoy a warm and delectable autumn season.

The Shunde Cuisine Menu at Man Ho Chinese Restaurant will feature several signature dishes prepared in the classic Shunde style, each one showcasing the careful balance of complicated technique and simple magnificence for which this type of southern Chinese cooking is famed. Diners are invited to try classics such as Shunde hand-shredded fish soup, an all-time favorite and the most traditional fish soup in the region; Braised silver carp with ginger and scallion, with the warming aromas of root ginger and spring onion; and Deep fried crispy wonton mix stuffed pepper, originally created in the 1920s and today still one of Shunde’s most popular dishes.

Autumn and winter are the perfect time to sample Shunde cuisine, as its home-style flavors bring a taste of comfort and warmth to every table. Chefs who specialize in Shunde cooking pay special attention to retaining ingredients’ core characteristics throughout the cooking process, so that diners may fully experience the freshest and finest ingredients that go into every dish; and get the most nutritional value from each exceptional preparation. Inventive cooking methods and creative presentation further contribute to the Shunde culinary experience that is at once comforting, outstanding and unforgettable.

For dining reservations, please call +853 8886 6228 or email

* Prices are subject to a 10% service charge.