- American Express
- Diners Club
- China Union
- Opening Hours: 11:30-15:00, 17:30-22:30
- Nearby Parking: Yes
- Valet Parking: No
- Reservations Accepted: Yes
- Delivery: No
- Takeaway: No
- Corkage Fee: 200
- Can accommodate large group: Yes
- Children Friendly: Yes
- Pet Friendly: No
- Private Room Available: Yes
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Post 11pm order: No
- Al Fresco: Yes
Traditional Peking Duck; Chinese wine chocolate ice cream; Braised pork belly with preserved mustard green vegetables
Tossed mustard greens with beancurd sheet and shallots; Simmered choy sum, Chinese salsify, fungi and horned water chestnuts; Chilled spinach with spicy sesame sauce
Sha Tin 18 offers fresh juices, premium Chinese tea, Champagne, aperitifs, old and new world red and white wines, malt whiskies, port and sherry, liqueur and dessert wines. A variety of seasonal drinks made with healthy local ingredients are also available, such as Ginger pomelo and Momordica fruit tea.
Featuring granite, oversized windows and wooden panels with Chinese elements, Sha Tin 18’s contemporary setting creates a feeling of modern elegance, while the open kitchens give guests an insider’s view into chefs’ world of culinary actions. Five private rooms are available for social and business gatherings, and the spacious outdoor terrace with views of the hotel’s natural surroundings is perfect for leisurely weekend getaways.
Sha Tin 18
Sha Tin 18 is one of those new places you just have to make it to – as a foodie, tycoon or just a casual diner, this is one place that will not bust your wallet. Majestic Chinese doors open to the unique Oriental experience, as developed on the Beijing open kitchen model. The kitchen itself is split into four parts: noodles, barbecue, dumplings and dim sum.
5 October 2009
Pierre's New Chef, Oysters Galore, Stylish Business Lunch, $99 Breakfast, Temple Street Celebration, Weekend Breakfast Dim Sum, Chocolate Afternoon Tea, Thanksgiving the Mandarin Way
7 December 2009
Romantic Wednesdays, Party to Go, Black Truffle Menu, M at the Fringe - Final Weeks, BLT Burger Opens, Sha Tin 18's New Menu
Georgeanna Mok, winner of a recent weekly competition to send in the most reviews is a big fan of Asian cuisines. She tells us about her favourite restaurants and the dishes she indulges in when she visits them and where to go for romance.
18 May 2010
Summer Menu, Dumpling Time, Healthy Summer Dishes, Casa Lisboa Opens, New Dim Sum
In the Kitchen: with Nelson Zou
The vivid dream I had in the early hours of the morning on the day I was to step In the Kitchen with, chef de cuisine, Nelson Zou, indicated that I was nervous. My racing pulse as I approached the kitchens of Sha Tin 18 later that day confirmed my feeling. Not only was I going to attempt to create a signature dish from Dongguan to restaurant standard, I was entering cuisine territory that to say I was unfamiliar with cooking would have been an understatement.
6 July 2010
Ethical Coffee, Sha Tin 18's Sunday Brunch, Abalone Tuesdays, Goose Liver Mooncakes
17 August 2010
New Chef, New Menu; Permanent Sake Saturday; Whisk's Brunch; Great Value Sets; Lotus Lunch $98; Olive's New Menu; New Chef @ Blue Smoke BBQ; Sha Tin 18 Extends Brunch
Our Member's Choice interviewee for December is Michael Chow. He tells us about his favourite cuisine, his favourite restaurant, his last memorable meal, and his love for Chinese cuisine.
Desserts with No Boundaries
China's Noodles: Shapes and Sizes
Dorothy Ma 05