Holiday Feasting: 2012 Christmas Dinners at Guangzhou’s Top Hotels

Holiday Feasting: 2012 Christmas Dinners at Guangzhou’s Top Hotels

With Christmas just around the corner, now is the time to start planning your Christmas dinner. The good news is there are plenty of extravagant Christmas dinner options if you’re staying in Guangzhou over the holidays. Although many of the city’s major Western restaurants will offer special Christmas menus, it’s the hotels that are really going all out. From lavish all-you-can-eat buffets to mouth-watering set menus, go ahead and treat yourself this Christmas 2012!

1) Hilton Guangzhou Tianhe HotelView In Map
This year, Hilton’s Il Ponte, Café @ 2, T Lounge and Bar and Sui Xuan will each be offering special Christmas menus. Il Ponte’s Christmas menu (served Dec 24-25) not surprisingly embraces the Italian kitchen, offering four delicious courses for 388 RMB per person. Those who like second or third servings should consider going to Café @ 2 to enjoy their festive Christmas buffet which includes lobster, salmon, ginger cookies, cakes, wine, champagne and more for 561 RMB per person. All meals are subject to a 15% service charge. In addition to the food, there will also be a Santa Claus, choir, snowy Christmas trees and other attractions on site to ensure that each and every diner feels the Christmas spirit.

Add: 215 Linhexihuang Lu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020 6683 9999
Times: 18:00-22:00, Café @ 2, Dec 24-25

2) Shangri-la HotelView In Map
The Shangri-la is offering various Christmas-themed attractions for the whole family this year, such as Christmas brunches, a giant 10 meter long ginger bread house and a range of delicious Christmas-themed cakes. WOK TOO Café is offering a Christmas buffet with a strong emphasis on seafood on Dec 24 that includes champagne for 788 RMB per person. It will also be serving brunch on Dec 25 (288/person) and dinner (488/person), all subject to a 15% service charge.

Add: 1 Huizhan Donglu, Haizhu District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020 8917 8888
Times: WOK TOO Café brunch, 12:00-14:30; dinner, 17:30-21:30

3) Sheraton Guangzhou HotelView In Map
The Sheraton’s Feast restaurant is offering a traditional Christmas buffet brunch on Dec 24 for 138 RMB per person that includes roast turkey, stuffing and all the usual trimmings. A wide selection of chocolate, cakes and other mouth-watering desserts will also be available. Alternatively, why not spend a little extra and indulge in a Christmas Eve dinner set at Bene Italian Restaurant for 588 RMB per person. The price tag includes four courses with sparkling, red, white or dessert wine (15% service charge applies).

Add: 208 Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020 6668 8888

4) SofitelView In Map
Sofitel’s Christmas Eve buffet dinner includes fois gras, roast turkey, escargot, fresh oysters, French cheeses, baguettes, macaroons and other French delicacies. Diners can also indulge in a range of imported French wines and soft drinks. All this costs 688 RMB per person plus a 15% service charge.

Add: 988 Guangzhou Dadao, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020 3883 8888
Times: 18:00-22:00

5) Ritz-CarltonView In Map
FOODS in the Ritz-Carlton is offering a Christmas menu that includes fresh seafood, roast meats, Christmas desserts and more. Their Christmas Eve set costs 408 RMB/person and their dinner costs 688 RMB per person, excluding the 15% service charge. There will also be a giant gingerbread house for photo taking and Christmas hampers to take home which cost between 988-5,888 RMB(!). For those who prefer to cook from the comfort of their own homes, the Ritz-Carlton will also be selling 6-7 pound turkeys for 1,188 RMB and 9-11 pound turkeys for 2,388 RMB.

Add: 3 Xingan Lu, Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
Tel: 020 3813 6688
Times: brunch, 11:30-14:00; Christmas Eve dinner, 17:30 and 20:00

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