The city’s foodies gather at the hotel’s intoxicating blend of Beijing restaurants and bars. The two restaurants were conceived by celebrity chef restauranteur, David Laris, with interiors designed by Neri + Hu. Mesh and Village Café were designed by esteemed Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. The dining options take guests through international dining at Village Café to the shores of the Mediterranean at Sureño and to the northern Asian flavors of Bei.
The eclectic Village Café serves hot food throughout the day according to guests’ preferences. Additionally, breakfast is served a la carte and a cold table for express choices, lined with warm fluffy muffins and freshly baked breads, is available.
The buzzing Mediterranean restaurant boasts an open kitchen where full action is in view and a wood-fired oven showcases the day’s roasts and thin crust pizzas. Be sure to make reservations for dinner, as the restaurant is usually fully booked.
This contemporary Asian restaurant combines the flavors of northern China, Korea and Japan, giving each dish an innovative and contemporary twist. On Conde Nast Traveler’s The Hot Tables 2009, Bei is noted as a unique dining experience that will tickle the palate of gourmets.
This sophisticated lounge is where the city’s well-heeled come to wind down for after-work drinks. The exciting list of cocktails and equally solid wine list has something for everyone. When in doubt, a unique cocktail off the menu can be prepared upon request.