Dining and drinks
Specializing in signature Cantonese dishes and snacks found in every corner of Hong Kong, Canto Street transports guests to the hustle and bustle of the city where the day never ends. Inspired by the spirit of Old Hong Kong, this bistro-like space creates a sense of comfort where guests can enjoy a quick bite or a heartwarming meal. Located on the second floor, the restaurant caters for up to 60 guests serving famous tea restaurant food such as Wonton Noodle Soup, Congee with condiments as well as traditional Cantonese breakfast. Dine in the main restaurant or in the private dining room.
Kitchen Craft is a flexible all-day-dining restaurant offering a wide selection of local and western specialties, a contemporary setting and live cooking stations, where chefs demonstrate their skills. The Chinese name Chu Yi literally translates as 'kitchen art' or 'kitchen craft'. Being immersed in the kitchen means guests get to see the action first hand, smell the fresh ingredients and interact with the chefs. The restaurant also features a cozy library lounge with service from the central dessert station.
After a busy afternoon of shopping or sightseeing, meet with friends to enjoy a refreshing pot of Chinese tea or an aromatic gourmet coffee along with a variety of tempting light snacks in this warm and welcoming lobby lounge. In the evening, relax in the comfortable seating area and enjoy a cocktail before dinner.
QingYa is a fine dining Chinese restaurant, serving traditional Chinese cuisine in a modern setting. The name ‘Qingya’ is derived from a Chinese Scholar Garden – a place where joyous celebrations are held. In 'The Scholar Garden', there are 4 unique art forms: The Zither, Painting, Calligraphy and the game of Wei. All have been incorporated in the design of Qingya, creating distinct features and a subtle ambience. The signature of Qingya is the bronze sculpture of a Pen Zai (bonsai) tree which welcomes guests to our restaurant. QingYa also celebrates the delicate art of brewing tea – an elegant tea counter is the main dining area’s stunning focal point.