Answers from Our Experts (1)
Aman at Summer Palace has a few restaurants on-site, whether you’re looking to experience true ethnic cuisine or yearning for the comforts of home. The Lobby is an elegant option that overlooks the courtyard and serves continental breakfast, afternoon tea, and light meals for lunch and dinner. While you dine here, you’re within sight of the tranquil reflecting pond. Naoki, named after the prestigious chef Naoki Okumura, combines French technique with Japanese artistry for lunch and dinner. And if you’re in the mood for Western cuisine during your stay at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star resort, the Grill serves grilled-to-order prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood, and is open breakfast, lunch and dinner. Lastly, there’s the Chinese Restaurant, which consists of nine rooms. Most of the rooms are available for private dining and serve Cantonese cuisine for lunch and dinner.