Mandarin Oriental, Sanya offers guests eight restaurant and bar outlets located throughout the resort.
Between the breakfast buffet spread to the afternoon cooking classes to choosing between these eight restaurants and bars, you will want to stay at the resort as long as possible.
Mandarin Oriental, Sanya: Dining Options
Pavilion is the resort’s all-day dining venue with indoor and outdoor seating. The day starts with the impressive breakfast buffet offering stations for freshly squeezed juices and freshly cut local fruits.
The spread shows off the baking abilities in the bread and pastry station which is positioned next to the deli selections of finely smoked fishes, hams, and cheeses, to name a few.
Then there are the hot food stations, including the staple Chinese dim sum, noodle, and congee bars. The Western selections include an egg station for eggs cooked to your exact preference.
Following breakfast, guests can enjoy the all-day dining a la carte menu featuring Asian favorites, Western options, and healthy choices.
When in China, you must have a proper Chinese meal. Yi Yang is the resort’s Chinese restaurant serving Cantonese cuisine as well as local Hainan specialties, like Wenchang chicken (also known as Hainanese chicken) and Dongshan lamb.
“Yi Yang” translates to “Near to the sea” which is fitting for the venue next to the Coral Bay on the South China Sea. Seafood dishes are a specialty of the restaurant, with popular dishes including steamed fish and braised abalone.
Mee & Mian
A beachside resort in China with a poolside al fresco noodle bar and views of the beach. So fitting and so perfect.
Mee & Mian serves varieties of handmade noodles from hand-pulled to hand-cut. If you want more than noodles or just a light snack, you can also choose from the selection of handmade dumplings.
There is something about swimming that makes you extra hungry, and under the warm summer climate of Sanya you also crave for some refreshing libations.
Wave is the sunken bar located in the pool. Swim up to the underwater stools and order a cocktail, beer, freshly squeezed juice or even a milkshake. If you are hungry, the menu offers bar snacks and even poolside dishes which you can nibble on while laid out on your day loungers.
After an afternoon swimming in the pools, walking on the sandy beach, and savoring the views of the resort, a classic or tropical cocktail at the Sunset Bar perfectly winds down the day.
The Sunset Bar offers the best views of the Coral Bay and the South China Sea. On clear days, you can catch breathtaking sunsets during that magic hour.
If you want to extend your stay at the bar, try the selection of Western and Asian bar bites or enjoy the sweet and savory bites from the afternoon tea menu.
MO Blues & Phoenix Tea House
For those guests wanting to enjoy a pre-dinner or post-dinner whiskey, MO Blues offers a range of whiskeys, cigars, and fine wines to sip and savor.
If alcohol is not your cup of tea, the Phoenix Tea House is for you. The tea house offers over a hundred varieties of tea.