Food and drink
The set menus – several miniature courses served kaiseke style - are the best way to eke maximum sensory pleasure from the wide range of offerings here. I fondly recall a wonderful dish of blackened pork belly with miso. A sushi bar is an option for solo diners.
Hip, trendy and elegant, so dress appropriately. Not the place to take the kids, but great for a date or stylish soiree.
As you’d expect from a hotel that prides itself on inconspicuous, attentive service.
Ground floor of The Opposite House hotel in Sanlitun. After your meal, pop next door to trendy nightclub ‘Punk’ for a boogie.
Dear but worth it. Go for the one the set menus to get most out of your meal.
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