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T'ang Court by The Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi

Add:5/F, 99 Madang Rd, Xintiandi, near Taicang Rd

Tel:021-2330 2430

Time:Mon-Fri, 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-10pm; Sat-Sun: 11am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10pm


Credit Cards Accepted


Helmed by Chinese executive chef Tony Su from Shanghai, China, T'ang Court with its reputation for offering the finest Cantonese cuisine serves a wide selection of authentic Cantonese culinary masterpieces, some of which has won numerous international culinary acclaim over the years, namely the Michelin star award by the reputable Michelin Guide, Hong Kong. Among the renowned delicacies are stir-fried lobster with spring onion, red onion and shallots, and sauteed prawns and crab roe in golden-fried pork and crab meat puffs, both awarded by Hong Kong Tourism Board's "Best of the Best Culinary Awards" in 2002 and 2001 respectively.

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Combining an exquisite design, attentive service and exciting flavours, the restaurant's new identity is complemented with the transformation of its dining space to unveil a new grand private dining room that comfortably accommodates up to six 10-seater dining tables, suitable for high-powered meetings, lunches and dinners and exclusive banquets, and is versatile to be partitioned into three dining rooms.

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Inspired by the strongest and most prosperous era in Chinese history, The Tang Dynasty, T'ang Court is designed to offer the finest and authentic taste of Cantonese cuisine, and to present a very simple philosophy behind it, which is staying on with timeless elegancy and taste to resonate with The Langham's heritage in sophisticated lifestyle. 

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Located on Level 5, the restaurant features nine private dining rooms and premium la carte area that provide an intimate and inviting setting suitable for business meetings and social gatherings.

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