Shangri-La Jakarta ho­tel, South Jakarta

The Jakarta Post - JPlus - - Talk Of The Town -

The Shang Palace at the Shangri-La Ho­tel, Jakarta, held a cer­e­mo­nial din­ner on July 18 to mark the clo­sure of one of the city’s most renowned Chi­nese din­ing es­tab­lish­ments af­ter 22 years.

Slated for a up­date to its “Clas­sic Ori­en­tal” decor, The Shang is ex­pected to re­open by the year’s end with a look that is more con­tem­porar­ily Chi­nese, along with touches of In­done­sia.

The new Shang is also ex­pected to of­fer af­ter its re­open­ing a new sig­na­ture dish: Bei­jing Duck, a slow-roasted and suc­cu­lent whole Pek­ing Duck served with thin crepe-like Lo­tus Leaf Pan­cakes, hoisin sauce and finely sliced green onions.

Guests for the Shang’s “Last Sup­per” re­ceived a col­lec­tion of vin­tage-style post­cards de­pict­ing the restau­rant over the years.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Indonesia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.