Sha Tin 18 - Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin, Sha Tin



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Named after the hotel's street address number "18" which also means good fortune, Sha Tin 18 Chinese restaurant is a new concept for Hong Kong, serving authentic Dongguan and northern Chinese cuisine in a lively show kitchen environment.


Guests at our Shatin Chinese restaurant can choose to appreciate a front row view of the chefs in action in the show kitchens, and enjoy signature dishes such as Tossed mustard greens with beancurd sheet and shallots and Houjie fish cakes; hand-pulled noodles and homemade dumplings; authentic Peking Duck; and innovative Chinese desserts.


Guest may also choose to dine in one of the five private dining rooms for business lunches, meetings and private gatherings.


The spacious outdoor terrace is perfect for alfresco dining with an outdoor bar, and can accommodate up to eight tables for banquets and weddings.


Starting from tomorrow, Sha Tin 18 will present exquisite Chinese cuisine wine-pairing menus with Grace Vineyard. Enjoy signature delicacies perfectly complemented by selected wine for an unforgettable dining experience. Be sure to also try the Grace Vineyard wine pairing menus at One Harbour Road and The Chinese Restaurant too!


Happy Lantern Festival! Sweeten up this Chinese Valentine's Day with your loved one by savouring delicious desserts at Sha Tin 18.


Chef Ngai demonstrated a yet-to-launch dish to a TV station today: Steamed garoupa belly with chopped chilli and Chinese rice rolls. The aromatic chilli sauce, fresh garoupa and homemade rice rolls are so tempting! Available from 1 March at Sha Tin 18. 


A table filled with delicious dim sum is so mouthwatering! Call 3723 1234 now to make a booking! Thanks stephlui88 for the amazing photo!


Must-try for family reunion dinners at Sha Tin 18: Chef KK Ngai’s new creations include the zesty Chilled beef tripe, avocado, Sichuan pepper and the flavoursome Wok-fried lobster, Chinese basil, port wine. 


Chef KK Ngai’s new Sha Tin 18 CNY specialty: Pan-fried semi-dried oyster, soya sauce with toast adds a twist by frying the oysters with sweet and sour sauce and serving with a crunchy bite-sized toast. A must-try for family reunion dinners! Book now at 3723 1234!

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