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The Conservatory

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The Conservatory brings together three dining experiences under one roof, Three Bottles, Chaan and The Sweet Shop, offering an array of British-inspired and authentic Cantonese food, beverages and sweet delights, as well as a Tea Room for guests to enjoy grab-and-go from breakfast till late.

Drawing inspiration from London's classical architecture and contemporary urban lifestyle, The Conservatory features Cantonese signatures, British favourites, and bakery treats, to dine in or grab and go. 
 
Three Bottles, a Londonesque casual restaurant and bar, flows into Chaan, a live demonstration kitchen serving all your Cantonese favorites. A Tea Room showcasing both Chinese and Western specialty teas and The Sweet Shop's traditional British-inspired sweets, cakes and lollies, make for a perfect meeting place for family and friends. 


 

Opening Time

Every Monday - Friday

11:00 AM - 3:00 AM

Every Saturday and Sunday

7:00 AM - 3:00 AM

Three Bottles

A contemporary take on the classic British restaurant and bar but with a twist. Three Bottles delights guests with a mouthwatering range of traditional English sweet and savory fare showcasing contemporary breakfast sets, signature afternoon tea options, the comforting flavours and aromas of a fresh bakery, alongside an extensive menu of crafted beverages and cocktails served all day long. Guests can take a seat in the comfort of our the stylishly appointed lounge with views to Shakespeare's Hall. As the sun sets, Three Bottles is the perfect meeting place for drinks and classic cocktails with a twist. 

 

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Chaan

A bustling demonstration kitchen for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and featuring the best of Cantonese culinary specialties with origins near and far. Chaan - meaning ‘meal' - features a selection of traditional Chinese comfort food including handcrafted noodles, flavor-packed dumplings, rice dishes and heartwarming congee available throughout the day.

The Sweet Shop

Inspired by old school London sweet shops that became popular during the Victorian era, The Sweet Shop showcases a vast variety of sweets in traditional glass sweet jars.  Perfect for gift giving and keepsakes.  Adjacent to The Sweet Shop, you can spot a vintage ice-cream cart serving decadent homemade ice-creams with unique flavors ranging from butterscotch salted caramel ripple to lavender blueberry crumble.