With panoramic views over the London skyline from Europe’s tallest building and designed by David Yeo, Hutong is a restaurant serving the relatively unknown but fascinating and diverse cuisine of Northern China.
The 130 cover restaurant, situated on level 33 of London’s iconic Shard building takes it its inspiration specifically from Lu School with its roots in the province of Shandong.
Billowing silk curtains, traditional Chinese red lanterns and beautiful hand-carved wooden panels adorn the room whilst a wall of Tea brick tiles and vintage tea canisters dating from 1940s celebrates the link between China and London with its old tea warehouses. Yeo’s vision also extends to the table itself with beautiful array of bespoke China plates and tableware all made exclusively for Hutong. Hutong is open for lunch and dinner as well as late night drinks. Private dining rooms are also be available for parties and events.
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