Lóng – The Dragon Room
Among the Chinese zodiac animals, the dragon is the sole imaginary animal. The Chinese dragon is the most vital and powerful beast in the Chinese zodiac, although Dragons have an infamous reputation for being a hothead and possessing a sharp tongue. We see our bar as the soul of our restaurant which should be a powerful beast.
Húlí – The Fox Bar
The fox spirit is a mythical fox entity originating from Chinese mythology that is a common motif in East Asian mythology. In East Asian folklore, foxes are depicted as a spirit possessed of magic powers. These foxes are depicted as mischievous, usually tricking other people, with the ability to disguise themselves as a beautiful woman. We see the FF Bar as an magical place with magical cocktails.
Tùzǐ – The Rabbit Room
Rabbits have good social relationships. They are popular with others as they are gentle and considerate. With a good sense of humour, they can turn a dispute into a good discussion and make enemies into friends. We see our dining where all friends and families join having long conversations and having a good meal together.
Table 8 | Chef’s Table
WHY IS 8 LUCKY IN CHINESE CULTURE? The number 8 is considered the luckiest of numbers in China and they believe the more 8’s the better. The Cantonese word for eight, which is pronounced “ba”, sounds similar to the word which means “prosper” or “wealth”.
Yángtái – The Terrace
The term terrace was borrowed from garden terraces by British architects of the late Georgian period to describe streets of houses whose uniform fronts and uniform height created an ensemble that was more stylish than a “row”. When you translate terrace from the Chinese language, gave us this definition.