Hutongs are old alleys and narrow streets typically found in Beijing, China. The ancient Chinese built their houses with courtyards close to each other to form narrow passage ways between them. Many neighbourhoods and relationships were forged through these structural of hutongs as they become a pivotal part in the lives of the local Chinese people. Today, many hutongs have gradually disappeared to make way for modernisation in the vast city.
Our Hutong restaurant seeks to retain the distinctive character and charm of such unique, diminished features in old Beijing. The 110-seat restaurant is flawlessly decorated with bold red lanterns and Chinese silk drapes that claim all attention.
Carefully selected antique fixtures complement and add a refinement, nostalgic feel to the restaurant. Our Northern Chinese inspired fine cuisines appeal to diners with a palate for all things traditional and Chinese. Interestingly put together, they bring out the laid back charm of old Beijing in a sharp contrast with the vibrant backdrop by the Clarke Quay riverside.