Review on Haozhan
Haozhan makes an immediate impression with its striking and very 'un-Chinese' decor: the owners apparently took counsel from a feng-shui master, and the result is a bold harmonious mix of emerald-green panels, voguish drum lights, slate floors and bare, dark-wood tables.
Chef Chee Loong Cheong is a veteran of Hakkasan, and he has overlaid the shortish (by Chinese standards) menu with signature dishes from the Michelin high-flyer. Here you will find baked silver cod with Champagne and honey, deep-fried pork ribs in coffee sauce and soft-shell crabs with chilli alongside earthier specialities such as pot-sticker dumplings, Senpei chicken claypot and luscious cubes of beancurd (each topped with spinach and a scallop).
There are also a few dishes with Malaysian and Vietnamese roots, plus provincial standards like crispy duck and a few oddities including Marmite prawns. Haozhan deserves a pat on the back for its wine list, which has some real goodies hidden among the big-money offerings.
Haozhan is also featured in: Michelin Guide, Good Food Guide, HardensRate this Restaurant
Chinese / Modern Oriental
Weng Kong Wong
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 11.30pm (11.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express