Back on the 1/F, 28 HuBin Road is the hotel’s signature Chinese restaurant which has been voted one of ‘Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants’ by regional industry insiders—the only hotel restaurant in Mainland China to have made the list, for three consecutive years. Additionally, in late 2018, it ranked 111th out of 1,000 Outstanding Restaurants in La Liste’s worldwide review aggregator.
Led by Chef Colin Cheng, the dedicated culinary team specializes in authentic cuisine from Hangzhou, as well as Suzhou to the north and Huaiyang to the west. Traditional recipes have been refined and elevated to reach the perfect balance of flavor and presentation and show-stopping signature dishes include Beggar’s Chicken baked in lotus leaves and non-toxic clay and a picture-perfect pyramid of Dongpo Pork.
To complement the cuisine, 28 HuBin Road houses a cellar of 2,500 international wines—the largest collection in Hangzhou—and was awarded a triple-glass rating in the 2018 China’s Wine List of the Year Awards. Designed to resemble an elegant Song dynasty mansion, featuring an abundance of rich rosewood and natural stone, the duplex comprises a courtyard, main dining room and seven private-dining rooms.
Grand Hyatt Hangzhou offers two venues for celebratory dining. As its moniker implies, Grand Hyatt Steakhouse on the 2/F specializes in exclusive cuts of meat, alongside premium seafood, prepared in an open kitchen equipped with a Pira charcoal oven from Spain. The sumptuous space, furnished in dark wood paneling and engraved antiqued glass offers a highly curated wine list focused on shiraz for steak and chardonnay for seafood, as well as the largest selection of wines by the glass in Hangzhou.
At Grand Hyatt Hangzhou, a culinary journey might commence at Grand Café, the hotel’s all-day dining venue that aims to offer an unparalleled buffet experience in Hangzhou. Show kitchens showcase the expert skills of chefs as they provide live culinary theatre and prepare dishes à la minute, from handmade noodles to dim sum, from tempura to teppanyaki. Designed to resemble an elegant, residential-style dining room, the elegant space looks onto an outdoor terrace where guests can choose to dine alfresco.
Beyond Grand Café, Patio is a casual indoor and outdoor dining space overlooking West Lake specializing in fresh pasta and pizza accompanied by a curated list of Italian wines. During summer, barbecues are the highlight and early evening, an aperitivo menu whets the appetite. A live DJ on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening adds a musical backdrop.
Alternatively, guests might opt for a quick bite at the bar counter of Pastry Boutique to the left of the Lobby, which offers freshly baked pastries and cakes—locally inspired flavors as well as traditional European treats—alongside premium tea and coffee expertly prepared by a barista.
For special occasions, The Antique Door is an indulgent, Art Deco-inspired drinking venue with two contrasting areas. On entering, guests discover a glamorous front bar in a pale palette of cream and grey beneath an eye-catching gold antiqued-glass ceiling. Dominating the space is a spectacular, 1.2-meter wide pendant light in the shape of an upturned tree. Floor-to-ceiling linen-damask curtains reveal a moody, hidden antechamber cocooned in a navy wall and ceiling mural and furnished with red leather tub chairs and plush banquettes. The drinks menu is focused on Champagne, whisky and high-quality cocktails and entertainment is provided by live Latin and jazz musicians.
The ultimate in convenience for a quick start for early risers, a romantic dinner for two, or a hospitable gathering, our hotel room service serves everything from snacks to full meals.
Start off your day with local flavours for breakfast, featuring authentic Hangzhou dim sum and snacks, or recharge with a sumptuous American breakfast. Our friendly and welcoming room service team will take care of all your cravings at any time during the day.