The sidewalk snack booth is one of Hyatt Regency Changbaishan’s innovative food concepts and offers a unique blend of popular Eastern styles of food.
Quite simply, it has everyday Asian street food for people on the move, people who want to stay in the hustle-bustle of city life, away from the detachment of a formal restaurant best suited for a resort-style environment. It offers a mix-and-match combination of Chinese noodles, Cantonese dim sum, fried rice, and fried noodles.
The Market Café will serve as the all-day dining restaurant of Hyatt Regency Changbaishan and will operate in both buffet and a-la-carte styles, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The main emphasis of the restaurant will be placed on visual food displays in the various show kitchens, and on offering the freshest products for each meal period.
“Eating out of the pan, off the grill, and out of the wok” will best describe the restaurant concept. Value for money, a wide choice, and ongoing menu changes using seasonal products will be the objectives.
Known as one of the finest winter gardens in China, it is home to authentically recreated traditional pavilions that are set individually throughout the garden to provide an excellent venue for small and medium-sized social gatherings and international seminars.
Barbecue tabletop cooking is the key concept, with fresh meat presented on platters that include beef, pork, chicken, marinated beef short ribs, and other varieties of meat. All dishes are prepared at the diner's table, on charcoal grills that are built into the centre of the table.