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Mandarin Oriental, Xin Hwa: New Food, New Face, New Look

Mandarin Oriental, Xin Hwa: New Food, New Face, New Look

Located on the 2nd floor of Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta, Xin Hwa has undergone a number of changes to enhance its ambience and interior, ensuring guests enjoy the ultimate in comfort when dining at the restaurant.  Retaining an elegant feel the restaurant’s wall coverings have been replaced with lighter tones and decorated with new contemporary Chinese art, in addition more light has been introduced,creating a more open dining environment.

To coincide with this new look Xin Hwa is also delighted to announce the arrival of its new Chinese chef, Chef Chan Yiu So, whose cuisine has introduced both new and exciting flavours to the menu.  Chef Chan has 23 years’ experience in a number of high-profile hotels and restaurants in Hong Kong; Singapore and Malaysia, making him an expert in authentic Cantonese and Szechuan cuisines.  Prior to joining Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta, Chef Chan was Chinese Executive Chef at the Shangri-la Kuala Lumpur.  His love affair with Chinese cuisine promises food-lovers a dining experience not to be missed.

“With Chef Chan’s huge experience and the restaurant’s new look, we are confident Xin Hwa’s reputation will continue to grow as Jakarta’s best choice for Chinese food. These transformations also provide an exciting addition to the award-winning dining options already offered at Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta,” said Budi Cahyadi, Food and Beverage Operations Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta.

Xin Hwa is ready to delight guests from Monday to Saturday for lunch from 11.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. and for dinner from Monday to Sunday from 6.30 to 10.30 p.m.  Sunday Yum Cha or Dim Sum brunch will be served from 10.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m.

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