Feeling formal or more casual? Or perhaps a private room is in order? How you experience our extensive menu of award-winning, upscale Cantonese cuisine is entirely up to you in this dramatic and versatile restaurant.
- 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
- 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm
- Beijing-Style, Yellow-Mustard Cabbage Rolls
With spicy sea whelk
- Steamed Vegetable Dumplings
With scallops and mushrooms
- Soy-Braised Pork Belly
With abalone and black truffle sauce
- Winner of 2016 Wine & Beverage Service Excellence Competition, Global Gourmet
- The Best Hotel Restaurants of the 2016 Best Restaurant Awards, GL.Pictorial
- Best Chinese Hotel Dining – Winner of Time Out Food awards 2016, Time Out Beijing
Li QiangChef de Cuisine of Cai Yi Xuan
Born and raised in Tianjin, Chef Li Qiang has more than 20 years of experience in the various cooking styles found all over China, including Cantonese, Beijing, Tianjin and Teochew cuisine. He loves to highlight exquisite seasonal flavours and works with Chef Tony Lu to add a personal touch to each menu.
“I make creations based on heritage and traditions.”
More Dining Options
Styled after Beijing’s historic hutongs, EQUIS’ five connected venues offer something to fit every mood. Dance to live music in THE LOUNGE, sit down for a glass of top-shelf whisky or a rare cognac in THE LIBRARY, meet friends at the seafood counter in THE CELLAR or out on THE COURTYARD, or unwind with fellow VIPS in THE IMPERIAL ROOM – then come back tomorrow night for a completely different experience.
Meet colleagues for a quick bite between meetings or gather the family for Sunday brunch surrounded by striking works of art inspired by Chinese landscapes in this grand, yet casual, two-storey space.
Order a tailor-made gin and tonic from one of the largest gin collections in city, then relax on a comfy, oversized sofa on the terrace – or mingle with locals and fellow travellers at the bar – in this ultra-chic meeting spot located right off Opus Lounge.
Set beneath our towering butterfly wall, here you’ll feel as though you’ve stumbled upon an old-fashioned Beijing courtyard, where the scent of fragrant tea leaves is subtle yet soothing, and tradition runs deep.