Huang Ting introduces new decorative embellishments, recreating the courtyards of Beijing’s traditional noble houses. The décor features grey brick walls, slate floors, and aged pine, ivory and blue silk highlights and an impressive collection of antiques, most dating from the Qing dynasty (1644 – 1911), to celebrate the traditional elegance of this type of dwelling.
Huang Ting's cuisine emphasises fine Cantonese cooking. Huang Ting’s signature dishes combine authentic Cantonese classics. The restaurant seats 140 persons and is divided into two areas; a tea lounge at the entrance and the restaurant itself – and also features four private dining rooms. One large private dining room can seat up to 25 persons, or be divided into two, each with cocktail and seating areas. Reversible embroidered panels from a Qing dynasty imperial robe – gold one side, blue on the other – decorate the walls, while the wooden screen is over 100 years old. Two smaller private dining rooms can also seat up to 10–12 persons, and feature a four panel jade screen dating from the 1920s depicting birds with bamboo, chrysanthemums and plum blossoms, while three small alcove areas offer ivory silk curtains for privacy.