Daily: 11:30 - 14:30
Daily: 18:00 - 22:30
Sat: 11:30 - 14:30
Sun: 11:00 - 13:00
Sun: 13:30 - 15:00
Jiang-Nan Chun, the hotel's Chinese restaurant, offers fine Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant is renowned for traditional Cantonese cuisine served in contemporary style. The weekend oriental brunch, available on saturdays and sundays, is a veritable feast of the restaurant's 100 most popular dishes and dim sum creations.
This restaurant deserves all the accolades given by past reviews. Be prepared to spend money on fine dining. Many dishes are priced on a 'per serving' basis. The lighting is dim, so you have to be careful to distinguish between 'per serving' and 'per person dishes'. The Peking duck is delicious and unique.
Went to dine at Jiang Nan Chun tonight with my family and relatives which included 3 kids. Food was good but was told that somebody complained that the kids were too noisy. So I've to bring the youngest out since it is difficult to reason with a 2-year-old to lower his volume and the kids were getting restless from all the waiting. Food takes an unusually long time to be served as compared to other restaurants. I've dined at so many other restaurants including those in hotels and this was a first! Needless to say, we won't be back again.
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Sunday brunch at Jiang Nan Chun is phenomenal. From the succulent roasted meats, to the exquisite soups and the well-executed mains, just about every dish on the fairly extensive ala carte buffet menu was flawless. Not one bad dish. So even if we had to waddle out of the restaurant, Jiang Nan Chun is definitely on my to-return list!
Apart from Cherry Garden, this is the only other place I'd ever advise anyone to visit for such ala carte buffet brunches.
Service was as of you'd expect of a Four Seasons, attentive but unintrusive, efficient and slick but warm and gracious.
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After Dreams of the Red Chambers and Legend of the West, Four Seasons Jiang Nan Chun introduces their Literature series once again and the theme is none other than "Four Great Beauties of China". Not only will you be mesmerized by the exceeded beauty of the dishes, one will be dazzled by the narration that reveals the other side of these legendary personalities.
Why does Yang Gui Fei love soaking in fragrant baths and how can the fishes be so amazed by beauty of Xishi that they forgot to swim and drowned to their blissful death? The 5-course menu is really worth trying and I highly recommend you to do so before it ends on 31st Jan :)