Shangri-La Hotel’s Shang Palace Brings Chinese Fine Dining to Paris

By Eva Leonard on 20 October 2011
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Looking for a restaurant to impress Chinese clients or colleagues in Paris? With Chinese investment in France growing (one Chinese firm, telecom vendor ZTE, has even based its North American headquarters in the City of Light), the first hotel restaurant in Paris dedicated to Chinese fine dining has opened in the 16th arrondissement.

In September, Shangri-La Hotel Paris unveiled authentic Cantonese restaurant Shang Palace, with a 60-dish menu, spotlighting seasonal delicacies like braised whole abalone with wild mushrooms and goose foie gras, and rare teas, including the 20-year-old Pu-Er from Yunnan.  Shenzen native Chef Frank Xu, aided by four native Cantonese chefs, hones his nearly 30 years of experience to create Shang Palace’s Chinese haute cuisine, including herb-based soups and freshly made-to-order dim sum.

Shang Palace blends contemporary Asian décor with traditional mahogany, jade and silk accents, and in addition to the main room, three private dining rooms are also available.

Shang Palace, 10 avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris France +33 1 53 67 19 92

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