DINING

The Australian - Wish Magazine - - Hotel -

What the rather staid Chi­nese restau­rant Ah Yat lacks in at­mos­phere, it re­claims with its in­ven­tive menu, which fea­tures abalone “medic­i­nal” spe­cial­ties cre­ated by Bei­jing-trained chefs and seafood plucked from on-site salt­wa­ter tanks. Week­end dim sum brunch at Ah Yat is the best fun, with about 50 cre­ative choices, in­clud­ing xiao long bao dumplings. Other meals are taken at To’Ge, a de­sign des­ti­na­tion in it­self with wooden-slat­ted ceil­ing, Scandi-style chairs and en­cir­cling ponds. At AYANA, the pick is Kisik Seafood Bar & Grill by the beach, near Rock Bar, where lob­ster is served in a sand-floored set­ting.

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