Inspired from the 1920’s Shanghai Jazz revolution, this speakeasy bar with leather ceilings in cased with brass is hidden, yet elegantly cool.
The entrance is marked by a tea pot and made through the ‘Tea Room’ a unique location displaying a collection of traditional Chinese tea pots, used at Dai Pai Dong to serve tea.
The secretive bar showcases unique lamps, originally from the 1920’s Shanghai bars and are inspired in a scene from the movie ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom’. The lamps are specially commissioned for this location as the manufacture of this particular design stopped in the 1940’s.
At the bar one will find antique flask, collected from the Chinese flea markets, which once served to the more wealthy Chinese families.
Heading the bar the head of the Dragon King, commonly regarded as the divine ruler of an ocean, overlooking and protecting its guests.