Cherry Garden Unveils New Look and New Delights

Published on : Thursday, October 12, 2017

image004 (1)With new tempting Cantonese dishes and a refurbished interior, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is delighted to present a refreshed Cherry Garden.

Offering diners exceptional cuisine of utmost quality and renowned hospitality over the years, Cherry Garden has earned itself an established reputation on the fine-dining scene. Its newly transformed interior and gourmet menu, revitalised by Executive Chinese Chef Cheng Hon Chau, further elevate this distinguished tradition.

The 120-seat establishment now features a palette of natural wood stained hues enhanced by daylight streaming through the outdoor garden, lending a bright and welcoming atmosphere.
Contemporary lacquered touches flow effortlessly into the opulent main dining area,
characterised by Chinois chic décor and a beautiful bonsai plant. The focal point at the Lotus private dining room is the embroidered floor-to- ceiling silk wallpaper screens with motifs of graceful birds and dainty cherry blossoms. Stunning chandeliers, adorned with glistening crystals, elegantly illuminates the luxurious space that sets the scene for a memorable private dining experience. Completing the extensive options of exclusive rooms is an intimate four-seater setting.

Cherry Garden's design is as celebrated as its menu which takes gourmands on an epicurean journey. Indulge in refined Cantonese delicacies, innovative dim sum such as Steamed prawn dumpling with black garlic and an artfully selected award-winning wine list. A culinary highlight not to be missed is the tender Pan-fried A4 Miyazaki Wagyu beef sirloin with garlic barbecue sauce recognised for its cherry red colour, superior marbling and melt-in- your-mouth texture. This purebred wagyu beef is flown in directly from the Miyazaki prefecture and is considered the highest-quality beef in Japan. For a medley of tantalising flavours, savour the succulent Steamed red Garoupa served with pickled chillies, or enjoy a wholesome bowl of Five grain fried rice with Cantonese pork sausage and vegetables.


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