The signature restaurant of Shangri-La Hotels worldwide, Shang Palace serves up mouth-watering Cantonese and provincial Chinese delicacies, including yum cha, Peking Duck and an extensive list of fragrant teas.
A unique fusion of a mystical Far Eastern ambience and the finest cuisine ensures a truly memorable dining experience. Traditional flavours are blended with local influences in Dubai to curate a menu offering familiar, popular dishes.
Peking Duck is Shang Palace's signature dish with the choice between a whole or half duck that can be personalised to suit diners specific tastes through sauces and toppings like cucumber, carrot, leek and sugar. While understandably popular, the rest of the menu is sure to also provide a truly authentic Chinese experience. The option of live seafood may not be for everyone, but those brave enough have control over how they have their seafood cooked, either wok-fried or steamed, as well as their choice of sauce. Other main courses include traditional Cantonese and Sichuan dishes as well as a fusion section of the menu that combines a unique blend of flavours and cooking techniques in plates like pan-friend lamb chops, spiced with cumin and parsley.
Options for vegetarian diners mainly consist of tofu, cooked in a variety of ways, as well as stir-fried vegetables and classic Chinese sides like fried rice, steamed rice and Yangzhou-style mixed vegetables.
Traditional Chinese dumplings show-off the skill and flavours that the chefs are capable of at Shang Palace. Perfetcly handmade and delicately steamed, guests can opt for steamed siu mai, vegetable dumplings, Chinese beef dumplings or even pan-fried lamp versions.
If you weren't impressed by everything that Shang Palace has already got to offer, just wait for the dessert menu. Traditional Chinese desserts meet delicate patisseries and gastronomical artistry. The baked swan puff is a trio of swans, carefully constructed with elegance and served with a red bean paste.