Kempinski Hotel Suzhou Restaurants
The fusioned local cuisine and authentic German delicacies set its own standard. From fine dining and romance to out door beer and BBQ, restaurants of Kempinski Hotel Suzhou offer all the choices for gourmets to explore, plus pleasant views of lake and garden.
A truly convivial atmosphere blends thirst and fine beer
Paulaner brewhouses are at home all over the world. Whether in Munich, China, Cape Town or Singapore, they have become well-established institutions worldwide. Traditional but with a finger on the pulse of the times, Paulaner brewhouses provide a unique combination of centuries-old Bavarian traditions and a modern lifestyle.
The restaurant represents a truly successful concept which gives guests a sense of Bavarian hospitality and an appreciation of the art of Munich-style brewing. Paulaner brewhouses bring together not just locals but people from all over the world. They meet to celebrate or out of nostalgia for their home country; they get together with their families or for a business appointment.
The copper brew kettles with their shiny pipelines and fittings are an impressive eye-catcher. They reflect the hustle and bustle of the brewhouse and allow guests to experience the brewing process first-hand. Warm colours, lots of wood and lovingly designed decorations provide an inviting, homely atmosphere. All rooms are decorated individually with brewing utensils and deco elements from Munich and Bavaria.
In the spacious main restaurant area, guests will find long benches and large tables which encourage lively socialising. Guests will find quieter corners in the side niches and adjoining rooms as well. Our guests can expect a unique gastronomical and cultural experience, both stylish and casual.
Wang Hu Ge Chinese Resstaurant
Step into Wang Hu Ge Chinese restaurant, located on the 3rd floor of Kempinski Suzhou, and find an elegant, tranquil, fashionable and comfortable environment. Add to that the beautiful panoramic view of Dushu Lake from a seat beside the window and one can enjoy fabulous food in a marvellous setting.
Simon Wu, the Chinese master chef of Wang Hu Ge, has profound knowledge and experience of Huaiyang cuisine. When speaking of Huaiyang cuisine, the first thing many people think of is sweet and sour Mandarin fish, which is one of the most common dishes in Suzhou and on offer at Wang Hu Ge.
Seasons is located on the third floor, where it offers an exciting array of colours and a welcoming atmosphere for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The regional buffet restaurant provides a large selection of international and local delicacies, including Chinese, Asian, Japanese and European fare. A selection of a la carte dishes is available as well. Guests can enjoy the freshest and finest local delicacies, live cooking stations and themed buffet nights.