The menu, curated by Hong Kong-based celebrity chef Christian Yang, is unique and one that you should really look forward to. The menu consists of dim sums, small plates, big plates and royal staples. Highlights of the menu include signature dishes like the Typhoon Shelter Spicy Crab, Tuna Tartar, Tender Nanjing Duck as well as Hong Kong classics “Bo Lo Bao” or Pineapple Bun, Taro Nest, Hakka Braised Pork belly, Squidink Dumplings and DanDan Noodles.
Desserts at the Typhoon Shelter have been created by dessert chef Solanki Roy (of Gaggan Bangkok fame) with oriental flavours with a contemporary approach.
All eight-plated desserts have their own character, like the Zen (with Edible Stones of Caramel Vanilla and Hazelnut Crunch), Mandarin Orange (Orange, Vanilla, Chocolate, Layered cake ensconced in an orange chocolate fruit), Colour Comb (a tribute to beautiful Chinese women wearing colour combs in their hair along with their Cheongsam) and Luna (Mango sticky rice pudding with a hint of caramel stuffed into a sugar ball). Drooling yet?