Established in 1982 and named after the Min River in the Sichuan province of China, the award-winning Min Jiang restaurant presents a lavish dining concept in Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines, including a classic dim sum pushcart service during lunch daily.
The restaurant's sophisticated chinoiserie aesthetics, ambience of contemporary elegance and heartfelt service provide an idyllic setting for the dining experience. Contrasting tiled flooring in the main dining hall is enriched with hues of honey, silver-grey and teal in sensuous textile panels. Table tops are modernised with white polished marble, while illuminated onyx wall panels and custom-made pendant lighting referencing Asian fishing baskets lend a classic charm. With the generous use of wooden design elements throughout, the space evokes a sense of warmth and serenity. Parallel to the alfresco terrace, the hall looks out to tranquil views of the Hotel’s main pool.
The 6 individual private dining rooms are elegantly outfitted with hand-woven jute carpets and large circular mirrors that draw influences from the windows of traditional Chinese residences. Foldable sliding panels in similar honey and silver-grey fabric open up the pillarless space to combine for larger events.
Terms and conditions
- All prices are subject to 10% service charge (for dine-in) and prevailing government taxes. Child price is for children 6 - 11 years of age.
- Please note that menus and prices may differ during festive periods (Chinese New Year, Christmas) and other special occasions.