The First Pan Asian Restaurant At The Copacabana Palace
In one of the most expensive hotels Rio de Janeiro called the Copacabana Palace in the near future will open a new restaurant rather exotic pan-Asian cuisine. To accommodate it on the seafront of Copacabana, which is the center of the city.
This restaurant will be available for the 88 seats, and the head appeared in the kitchen of the world-famous chef named Ken Hom. It made Chinese wok so popular, and many culinary publications began to develop only thanks to him. The new restaurant, the chef will present to all guests a special menu, which will include Singaporean, Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese dishes. Exclusive teas and sushi will be included in the menu also.
Not only the menu will take you to the Asian world, but also the interior of the restaurant. Everything here is decorated in the style of ancient Chinese temple. In the walls and floor were used dark wood red. Sofas covered with silk fabrics, and bar are made of onyx. All dishes will be prepared on one of the long tables, which divides the main room and an open kitchen. In addition, there is an outdoor terrace, where anyone can dine while enjoying the local beauty.
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