A contemporary take on Chinese cuisine with a nod to tradition
The romantic black and gold Yellow Pot restaurant creates a refined ambience where Chinese cuisine is the headline act with a menu of authentic and innovative dishes. 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.
Golden fans and wallpaper featuring 18th-century English indentures are a stylish backdrop for enjoying fresh and tasty specialties. There's room for romance thanks to modern Chinese screens of black lacquered wood and glass and two semi-private dining enclaves.
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.