Shang Palace, the two Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant at the Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong, reopens this week following a major refurbishment.
New facilities have been added to the expanded restaurant, including a wine cellar and 20-seat private dining room, in addition to three other private dining rooms. The décor, seating and chinaware have also been revamped.
“Shang Palace has been part of the hotel since day one. The restaurant is fortunate to have a loyal following who have kept returning for the past three decades and, therefore, we were sensitive to their needs in the upgrading plans. The key word is ‘evolution’ as opposed to ‘revolution.’ We are not trying to change Shang Palace’s tradition but rather developing its classic, signature elements,” said Timothy Wright, GM of Kowloon Shangri-La.
The renovated Shang Palace can seat 146 guests and offers a range of dim sum, set lunches and à la carte menus.