T’ang Court, Chinese restaurant of the Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi, is announced as the Michelin One-star Restaurant in the seventh edition of Michelin Guide released in Shanghai. Since its opening, T’ang Court has adhered to high standards of classic Cantonese cuisine and meticulous and excellent service. The selection of excellent raw materials presents authentic and exquisite Cantonese cuisine, attracting many celebrities and gluttons.
Chinese Executive Chef Tony Su said: "Thank Michelin’s recognition of T’ang Court. Cantonese cuisine seems simple, but in fact, it has very stringent requirements on materials, procedures, time and temperature. We will stick to and inherit the essence of T’ang Court. At the same time, I would also like to thank the culinary team and the service team for their all-out efforts. "
The restaurant is located on the fifth floor of the hotel. Unlike the modern and fashionable lobby, T’ang Court shows a Chinese atmosphere of calm and introverted. The naming and creativity of T’ang Court is originated from the prosperous Tang Dynasty in Chinese history, with nine luxurious private rooms and elegant lobby area. The private rooms are named after several kinds of precious trees and has a panoramic view of the bustling Xintiandi. In the lobby area with only six tables, where displayed works of Mr. Qu Guangci, is full of artistic flavor and adds elegance. T’ang Court strives to present classic Cantonese cuisine and the simple philosophy hidden behind the cuisine: sticking to the classics that stand the test of time. This precisely reflects the constant classic and elegant way of life that Langham Hotel has inherited over the past 156 years.