Asia flavours is all the rage in this restaurant where chefs prepare the dish of your choice right before you. Enjoy the action as they cook up fusion delights that combines the best of the East and the West. Perhaps one of the must try out things at Tao is the Epicurean Menu as you sit by either the pool or next to a pond.
Long Feng is located beside the terrace overlooking the pool at the Cinnamon Lakeside Hotel. Guests have the option of dining on the terrace or in the air-conditioned restaurant with its contemporary Oriental décor. Long Feng is renowned in Colombo for its Singaporean cuisine with emphasis on seafood although traditional Chinese dishes and Dim Sum are also available.
The Golden Dragon presents signature preparations by Chinese Chefs, serving a vast selection of Szechuan Cuisine. Exotic and exciting dishes like shark fin soup with crabmeat, Peking duck with pancakes, lobster with hot garlic sauce and Singapore chilli crab are among the restaurant’s tempting fare. The bar at Golden Dragon is well stocked with wine, beer and cocktails. This spacious and sublimely decorated restaurant accommodates rich in Oriental motifs seats up to 110 people, and also offers a Private Dining Space for 12.
Opened on the lobby floor of The Kingsbury Hotel, Yue Chuan is a contemporarily decorated restaurant concentrating on dishes from different regions of China. The menu is long but there are set meals that feature sample dishes at a fixed price so it’s easy to choose. There is a glass-walled kitchen where diners can see the cooks at work under the watchful eye of a Chinese chef. Service is sometimes as bland as the food and more suitable for a relaxed meal than a quick business lunch.
Mainland China, a part of South Asia’s leading Pan Asian restaurant franchise, is a stylish new restaurant in Colombo city specialising in Chinese cuisine. The authentic culinary journey at the restaurant has been carefully curated. Walking in, an elegant circular doorway evocative of ancient China welcomes the diners. The black woodwork as well as ornamental patterns add an amber glow to the interior, amidst which faint touches of crimson stand out. The dishes at the fine dining restau- rant are prepared by a team of special- ised Chinese chefs who create a harmonious combination between authentic ingredients and tongue-teasing fla- vours. Exotic dishes such as lobster in XO chillie sauce, roasted duck meat with greens and garlics and wok tossed hakka noodles are among the restaurant’s tantalising selection. Mainland China is also known for its signature range of dim sum freshly made in their own kitchens. The mouthwatering dumpling menu includes a variety of tasty fillings such as chicken, prawn as well as several vegetarian options. Authentic dishes are also prepared with a tempting spicy twist to suit the South Asian palate. A range of Chinese sauces are made everyday using hand- picked spices to add more colour and flavour to dishes. Chefs at Mainland China are commited to ensuring fresh produce in addition to Chinese spices, herbs and condiments is used to prepare dishes. Classic Chinese desserts such as the mango pudding and steamed coconut dumplings are also ser
The Great Wall Restaurants are a popular chain of Chinese restaurants located in Colombo and its suburbs. The interior has many features that portray Chinese art and Chinese accessories. Wooden partitions depicting paintings of Chinese life and Chinese art adorn its walls. Large vases and human figures of porcelain beautify the corners of a pond and the interior of a room. Long lanterns add to the concept. The first Great Wall Restaurant in Colombo 03 started operations in 1991 and has grown from strength to strength by demonstrating its adherence to taste and quality. This chain of restaurants serves a range of flavours of China to suit any occasion; a private gathering, a celebration or a corporate get-together, with emphasis on innovation in food preparation and mixing being the hallmark of its popularity.