A contemporary take on Chinese cuisine with a nod to tradition
The romantic black and gold Yellow Pot restaurant creates a refined ambiance where Chinese cuisine is the headline act with a menu of authentic and innovative dishes. Singaporean chef Sebastian Goh brings out delicious fare rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine beliefs yet free of medicinal aromas. Next door in the bar, each cocktail is also a nod to a much-loved Chinese ingredient, including various teas and ingredients integral to Chinese medicine.
Clad in the striking palette of black, gold, and yellow, the interior follows a chinoiserie theme that lends timeless elegance to this dining space. Yellow Pot focuses on delivering classic and innovative Chinese cuisine that favors healthful and sustainably sourced ingredients, paired with artisanal cocktails crafted using traditional herbs and botanicals.
Yellow Pot’s diverse bar menu showcases top-shelf spirits, premium wines, local craft beers, artisan Chinese teas and cocktails expertly injected with nostalgic and much-loved Eastern influences. A must-try is the bar’s signature cocktail Escape to Kaifeng.
Next to the Yellow Pot Restaurant you'll find antiquarian-themed bar, where the hotel’s signature cocktail Escape to Kaifeng combines Tanqueray gin and chrysanthemum cordial, crowned with the flower itself. Guess the color.
Tanjong Pagar is a food lover's paradise. Join the father and daughter team Yixing Xuan Teahouse for a spot of tea appreciation or head over the road to the Maxwell Food Center to sample second- and third-generation hawker recipes.
An edible garden and bar at Max's Rooftop
With our sister hotel Six Senses Maxwell just a short walk away, head up to the roof for lunch and you'll crunch on freshly picked herbs and vegetables. No food miles here - in fact barely a few food meters - and the views over the city are a treat too.