"The concept behind Yuan is to provide our guests with a traditional Chinese experience in a vibrant and sophisticated setting, but also include shocking touches that you've never seen in this region. The design of the restaurant mirrors a Siheyuan, a traditional Chinese house," Serge Zaalof, president and managing director at Atlantis, The Palm, said in a statement.

Executive Chef Jeff Tan amazes diners with Cantonese dishes blended seamlessly with high-quality, fresh ingredients and accentuated by contemporary western cooking methods.

Chinese staples such as Sweet 'N' Sour Chicken is prepared with a twist. The same can be said about mouth-watering appetizer dim sum.

The menu at Yuan also boasts of a list of tempting Oriental BBQ specialties, from classics such as Peking Duck and Crispy Roast Chicken marinated in five spices, to 26- hour Braised Beef Cheek.

(Agencies)

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