23rd June 2020 - Dubai, UAE: Internationally acclaimed restaurant and bar Hutong is delighted to re-open its doors on Tuesday 30th June. With award-winning locations in London, New York, Miami and Hong Kong, Hutong Dubai is the latest addition to the DIFC’s vibrant dining scene, bringing a fresh take on Chinese dining with its Northern Chinese cuisine and occasionally fiery array of dishes, dim sum and cocktails.
To celebrate the re-opening, Hutong invites guests to come and enjoy six of its best known favourite dishes. These include the popular Red Lantern, which is served to the table in a traditional Chinese wood basket overflowing with red Sichuan dried chilies. Crispy pieces of soft-shell crab nestle between the chilies, infused with spices and lip-numbing chili essence. Also featured is Hutong’s famous Roasted Peking Duck with Pancakes, made to a hundred-year old recipe created for the Chinese Emperor, an unmissable piece of theatre delicately carved at the table. And Chilean Sea Bass Red Star Noodles – beautiful fresh sea bass is presented on a bed of super-thin Chinese noodles covered with a spicy broth and topped off with a delicately carved red pepper. As a thank you and welcome back from the team, any guest ordering one of Hutong’s favourite dishes will be gifted a complimentary Chef’s Selection Dim Sum basket.
Chilean Seabass Red Star Noodles
Ma La Chilli Prawns
Roasted Peking Duck with Pancakes
Sichuan style Lobster
Hutong, first opened in Dubai in January 2020, offers diners a spectacular interior inspired by the Silk Route that ran between China and the Middle East. Hutong’s design features an ornate Private Dining Room, elevated above the main floor, that is perfect for personal and belated celebrations, at a time when UAE residents are looking to share stories and catch-up on the experiences of the past few months. With a private chef on hand to curate bespoke and authentic culinary journeys, the Private Dining Room at Hutong is set to be the destination for intimate parties and exclusive gatherings for those in the know this summer. Hutong’s spacious outdoor terrace will make a welcome return for glamorous gatherings when the cooler months return.
Reservations can be made at www.hutong-dubai.com or by phone on +971-42 200 868
Hours of Operation (Everyday):
Lunch: 12:00PM – 2:30PM (Lunch service will start mid July)
Dinner: 6:30PM – 12AM
Bar: 6:30PM – 2:00AM (Once lunch service starts, Bar hours will be 12:00PM – 2:00AM)
Gate Building 6, DIFC
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Entrance faces DIFC roundabout and the Museum of the Future, across the street from UP tower.
Valet Parking - pull in beside the restaurant on Al Sukook Street.
Telephone: +971 42 200 868
Born in Hong Kong in 2003, Hutong restaurant quickly became much loved for its contemporary and occasionally fiery Northern Chinese cuisine as well as its stunning views of the Hong Kong skyline. The restaurant received many awards including the first Michelin star awarded to a Chinese restaurant in the city. Today there are five Hutongs in the family - London, which opened in 2008 in The Shard, Europe’s tallest building; New York opening in 2019, named the fifth best restaurant by the New York Times; Miami also opening in 2019 and Dubai in 2020. Each Hutong shares the same DNA but has its own look and character - much like sisters. Hutong is part of Aqua Restaurant Group.
About Aqua Restaurant Group:
In 2000, former lawyer David Yeo, launched aqua restaurant with a vision to bring some of the chic restaurant buzz of New York, Tokyo and London to Hong Kong. It proved such a phenomenal success that today Aqua Restaurant Group has grown to a formidable culinary empire of more than 20 ground-breaking outlets in London, New York, Miami, Beijing, Dubai and our home Hong Kong.
Throughout the years, Aqua Restaurant Group’s fundamental philosophy has remained unchanged; to prepare exquisite food using the freshest, highest quality produce and to prepare it in a way where the true flavours shine. This is coupled with service that is approachable and unobtrusive, and always in a jaw-dropping stylish environment that features the very best of innovative Asian-inspired contemporary design, right down to the last small details, which has become the hallmark of the Aqua Restaurant Group.
The Group’s portfolio embraces more than six different cuisines with brands headed by aqua and Hutong (famous for its occasionally fiery Northern Chinese cuisine), extending to The Chinese Library and Statement in Hong Kong’s heritage Tai Kwun and Dim Sum Library and Shiro. The Group goes beyond restaurants and bars, operating Hong Kong’s few remaining red-sail Chinese junk boats aqua luna and extending guests' experience of Hong Kong.