The soothing sound of flowing water, the texture of the pock-marked hard wood tables, the aromas drifting from the kitchens, the sight of the assorted décor, and of course the kaleidoscopic tastes of food, all work in harmony at this far east haven, transporting you to an altogether calmer place.
Indulge in a combination of Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine, including sumptuous hand pulled noodles, delectable dim sum and fresh seafood. The charcoal roasted whole Suckling Pig with Pancakes and Barbeque Sauce, and the Australian Southern Rock Lobster steamed with XO Shaoxing Wine, represent two of the many star dishes on the extensive a la carte menu.
The four private dining rooms; Han, Ming, Zhou and Qing, are ideal for any number of occasions, while the opposite end of the eatery offers unbridled views of the large open wok kitchen as well as vistas over Chulan Square. Dine here and expect to have your senses refreshed and reawakened.