Song Qi: Monaco’s first Chinese fine dining restaurant in Monaco by Alto Magazine


Monaco welcomes its first Chinese fine dining restaurant in Song Qi
Monaco’s first luxury Chinese restaurant will open at the end of May. Song Qi takes over a site on the Principality’s Avenue Princesse Grace overlooking the harbour. Alan Yau, the man behind restaurants such as Hakkasan and Yauatcha, heads up the venue. Riccardo Giraudi, founder of hospitality company Giraudi Group, has also come on board.

Design studio Humbert & Poyet has created interiors for this 75-cover, 100-square-metre restaurant. Refined materials are everywhere. Touches of brass and olive green velvet banquettes light up the space. Black marble lines walls and tables. A monochrome tiled star stretches across the floor. Armchairs draw inspiration from traditional Chinese furniture. Luxury and modernity complement the restaurant’s concept of the golden age in 1930s Shanghai.

Cuisine will be traditional Chinese. Ingredients come from France although spices will be imported from China. Song Qi’s fine wine offering features references from around the world.

Magazine : Alto Magazine