A Celebration of Chinese Culinary Arts
MAYFAIR’S BEST KEPT SECRETSituated within an unassuming Georgian townhouse and tucked away on Mayfair’s Curzon Street, our three-story restaurant is imagined as the private residence of Empress MiMi – keeper of the most revered Chinese culinary secrets.
WELCOME TO AN ANECDOTAL CULINARY JOURNEY
A CELEBRATION OF CHINA’S RICH FOOD HERITAGEOur innovative menu draws inspiration from regions across China, Hong Kong and Singapore whilst reflecting Empress MiMi’s culinary discoveries across the world as she makes her way to her secluded London residence.
A MARRIAGE OF ORIENTAL GLAMOUR WITH MODERN DAY ECLECTICISM.Spanning across three floors and six rooms, at our Curzon Street residence, old-fashioned Chinoiserie style and Georgian sophistication are woven together to mirror the whimsical era of 1920s Shanghai.
Empress MiMi’s private residence draws inspiration from the Forbidden Palace of Beijing and ancient folklore tales.
THE MOON BAR
DESCEND INTO OUR ATMOSPHERIC VERRE EGLOMISE MIRROR-PANELLED COCKTAIL BAR ECHOING A FILM NOIR ART DECO STYLE.Interwoven with the narrative of the Chinese Folklore tale of Yutu, the Jade Rabbit that lives on the moon, our cocktail bar is centred around a fluted black lacquer bar with black marble top and Art Deco lamps.
An illuminated iridescent Moon ceiling feature punctuates the gloss black ceiling, whilst the walls are lined with bespoke eglomise mirror night skyscape art piece featuring Yutu and his pestle and mortar, creating the elixir of life.