Japanese at Nadaman
With its rich culinary heritage dating back to 1830, Nadaman at Shangri La Hotel, Tokyo exudes an air of tranquillity that adds to the elegance of the exquisite traditional Japanese dishes it serves.
French at L’Abeille
Named in homage to Napoleon's favourite emblem, the bee, L'Abeille at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris promises extravagance and excellence through the meticulous craftsmanship and elaborate details the team puts into every single gastronomy creation.
Japanese at Nadaman
Sushi, teppanyaki and kaiseki – Japanese fare appeals to gourmets with the most sophisticated palate and an appreciation for painstaking attention to details. With its rich culinary heritage dating back to 1830, Nadaman at Shangri‑La Hotel, Tokyo exudes an air of tranquillity that adds to the elegance of the exquisite traditional Japanese dishes it serves.
French at L’Abeille
Where aesthetics and tastes combine to create an experience that transcends culinary boundaries, French haute cuisine needs no introduction. Named in homage to Napoleon's favourite emblem, the bee, L'Abeille at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris promises extravagance and excellence through the meticulous craftsmanship and elaborate details the team puts into every single gastronomy creation.
Australian at Altitude
Often featuring fresh seafood and succulent barbecues, the cuisine from Down Under infuses ingenuity, originality and innovation into its cooking. Take in the spectacular view of the Sydney Harbour while you sample the finest contemporary Australian cuisine crafted by the award-winning team at Altitude, Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney.
Italian at Angelini
Known for its generous use of garlic, olive oil and tomatoes, and a weakness for cheese and wine, Italian fare is everything wholesome and indisputably one of the best-loved cuisines worldwide. Angelini at Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong delivers classic Italian dishes with a modern twist against the breathtaking backdrop of Victoria Harbour.
Thai at Salathip
Characterised by fragrant herbs and fiery spices, Thai cuisine brings to the table a harmony of flavours and is perfect for connoisseurs with a lighter palate. Situated by the River of Kings, Salathip at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok entertains guests with traditional Thai dance performances in teak pavilions, which serve as the perfect accompaniment to its authentic Thai dishes.
Cantonese at Summer Palace
The quintessence of the multifaceted Chinese cuisines, Cantonese fare is praised for its diversity in flavour and emphasis on freshness. Michelin-starred Summer Palace at Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong presents gastronomists an extensive menu of Canton’s finest dishes and, needless to say, a whole host of mouth-watering dim sums.
Shanghainese at Gui Hua Lou
As well as its signature sweetness, Shanghainese food is famed for its complex preparation techniques and delicate presentation. Gui Hua Lou at Pudong Shangri-La, East Shanghai boasts an ultra-chic décor and serves up a plethora of regional specialities that are sure to delight even the most discerning epicureans.
Arabic at Al Tanoor
The people of the Arabian Gulf region take great pride in their hospitality, which is also the essence and spirit of Arabic cuisine. Enjoy the exotic culinary experience that Al Tanoor at Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa, Sultanate of Oman has to offer, where an array of wonderfully soul-soothing dishes is brought to you in a traditional Omani setting.
Malaysian and Singaporean at Café Malacca
Famous for their street grub and hawker fare, Malaysian and Singaporean cuisines are rich, aromatic, and offer a great many varieties. Café Malacca at Traders Hotel, Hong Kong, named a Bib Gourmand restaurant in the MICHELIN Guide 2014, brings diners a unique gastronomic experience with freshly prepared dishes and authentic Straits flavour.
Tibetan at Shambala
Tibet’s high-altitude terrain has given rise to a flavourful and heartwarming cuisine. Shambala at Shangri-La Hotel, Lhasa is a Tibetan-Yunnan tapas bar and lounge with indoor and patio seating. Sample its signature dishes, such as roast lamb marinated in Tibetan yoghurt and baked bacon wrapped in ground rice cubes, with a glass of local barley wine for a taste of authentic Tibetan cuisine.