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Hot idea: Dining for the senses

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China Tang Landmark has put cuisine centre stage with its recently launched cooking performances. Available to groups from eight - 24 guests, the performances are a creative way to wow visiting VIPs or to engage smaller groups. 

The award-winning restaurant's private dining room includes a large viewing window where diners are able to watch as chefs prepare the dishes that have won it numerous accolades, making the dining experience truly immersive.

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The excitement continues at the table too, as those who order the flaming clay pot chicken dish  are tasked with breaking open the flaming pot with a wooden hammer to reveal the dish of chicken and steamed rice. Guests who order the peking duck can watch as a chef expertly carves and serves the dish tableside. Completing every meal is the China Tang Malaysian tea ceremony. An authentic Indian-Malaysian tea is "pulled" 8-10 times from a height of six feet at the table using a traditional Malaysian pulling method. 
 

China Tang Landmark is open from 12:00 to 14:30 for lunch and 18:00 - 22:30 for dinner.

 

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