Experience dinner in the clouds at the Hotel's restaurant, where artfully prepared seafood comes with floor-to-ceiling views.
- Tuesday – Saturday 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
- Pan-Fried Amadai with Celeriac Purèe and Green Clam Sauce
This dish utilizes a fish native to China's surrounding waters to create Western flavours while using all parts of the ingredient as much as possible.
Meet the Team
Chef de Cuisine, CatchJeffrey Zeng
With over a decade of culinary experience, Chef Jeffrey has worked at deluxe international hotels and restaurants in Guangdong and Macao, including Robuchon au Dôme, the Michelin three-star restaurant in Macao. Jeffrey focuses on the selection and creative application of fresh seasonal ingredients in his creations. He prefers to venture off the beaten track and prepares Western cuisine with a combination of luxurious and simple local items to elevate the flavours and create exotic, but pure and simple cuisine. With his extensive experience, foodies can now enjoy excellent quality contemporary French influenced cuisine at Catch.
“The chef is the heart and soul of any restaurant.”
More Dining at Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou
Introduced by a sake bar made of natural stone, the completely glass-enclosed Kumoi Japanese restaurant is a showcase of expertly prepared teppenyaki, yakitori, sushi and other contemporary Japanese dishes, primarily prepared in view of guests.
Yu Yue Heen
Chef Mai Zhi Xiong’s Cantonese dishes offer an elevated twist on Guangzhou's acclaimed local cuisine at our modern Chinese restaurant, Yu Yue Heen, recognized with the coveted Michelin one-star rating.
Cut from a single piece of rare multicoloured agate, our bar serves as an excellent conversation-starter at our cocktail lounge. Settle in for an evening of drinks, music and 99th-floor views.
Craving comfort food after a long flight? Or perhaps a relaxing breakfast in bed is in order? Our all-day, in-room menus offer plenty of international options as well as local specialties from our Yu Yue Heen menu.