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Love Chinese Food?? Then this new restaurant in Singapore from Shangri-La Group, which pays tribute to – Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan cuisines should be on your BucketList!!

The famous hotel group Shangri-La has now made its first venture out of hotel boundaries. What better location could they have picked than Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore’s stunning beauty?

Shang Social (香聚) is Shangri-La Group’s first standalone dining establishment outside of a hotel setting and pays tribute to three distinctive Chinese cuisines – Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan.

Shang Social store front (source: Shang Social)

Bring your tastebuds on a culinary journey conceptualized by three of Shangri-La’s highly acclaimed master chefs. Every dish is delicately put together by the hotel group’s master chefs of Chinese cuisine.

From left to right: Joe Hou, Mok Kit Keung and Rick Du (source: Shang Social)

From the Cantonese side we have Chef Mok Kit Keung of Singapore’s Shang Palace, generously sharing with us a few of his signature dishes on the menu.

Chef Rick Du of Shenyang shares with Shang Social a spread of his own authentic, flavourful Sichuan dishes.

Don’t forget to save some space for the Huaiyang delicacies, a style of Chinese cuisine defined by its use of light flavours and vinegar that hardly receives the recognition it deserves, presented to you by Chef Joe Hou of Shangri-La Nanjing.

An elaborate masterpiece (source: Shang Social)

The extensive menu features traditional and contemporary interpretations of classic Chinese cuisine while staying true to their authentic flavours and roots.

Deep fried glutinous rice ball with eight treasures (source: Shang Social)

Shang Social is divided into three spaces. Between the formal dining space, the casual MRKT and the bar, Shang Social is specially designed to cater to everyone and for every dining occasion.

Settle into a decoration of Chinese motifs amidst the fanciful atmosphere weaved together by Singapore-based design studio Takenouchi Webb, the same people behind Straits Clan’s beautiful interiors.

Sit down for a formal meal (source: Shang Social)

Head to the dining space for a proper sit-down meal in a private dining room, with tasty and exotic Chinese dishes alike to bring you to heightened standards.

Private dining area (source: Shang Social)

At the casual dining and retail marketplace, immerse in an unique casual communal dining atmosphere alongside with refreshing seasonal pop-up experiences in the bustling marketplace. Take your pick from less elaborate but more homely dishes, like noodles, rice, or dim sum. Find yourself shopping for exclusive delicacies and Shang Social’s homemade sauces.

Suzhou baked minced pork bun (source: Shang Social)

Indulge yourself in Asian-infused cocktails and crafted Chinese tapas at Shang Social’s stylish bar. Luxuriate in the fusion of delights which bridges East and West flavours harmoniously, pairing its one-of-a-kind cocktails with modern tapas.

Shang Social recommends the Pearl of Shang as one of their ‘Must Try’ Cocktails. Bourbon, infused Da Hong Pao tea, coconut puree, maple syrup, lemon and pineapple juice and sage leaves all come together to create this mouth-watering masterpiece.

Pearl of Shang (source: Shang Social)

Shang Social promises something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a traditional Chinese meal with family or want to try something totally contemporary, visit this sophisticated and tastefully designed space that will be sure to tantalise your senses.

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