Bread Street Kitchen & Bar by famed chef Gordon Ramsay brings British fare to Hainan.
Located in the heart of The Avenues, Bread Street Kitchen & Bar introduces a relaxed drinking and dining experience. With a design styled on the London edition - a lively warehouse style combining vintage and modern decor, Bread Street Kitchen is open from lunch and dinner.
The restaurant serves a British European menu featuring dishes from its London counterpart using specially imported British products with local influences. The bar combines well known classics with some more innovative and fun cocktails, as well as a large collection of world wines.
Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm
Dinner: 5.30pm to 10.00pm
Smart casual, No shorts and no sport wear
Hotel, garden level, access from the Avenues
Feast your eyes on the stunning underwater world of The Ambassador Lagoon while savouring incredible flavours.
Ossiano Underwater Restaurant & Bar is the perfect place to soak in the mysterious atmosphere of the ocean. With floor-to-ceiling views of the magnificent Ambassador Lagoon, you're sure to be mesmerized and entertained as you dine. Ossiano serves up creative takes on classics from around the globe with an emphasis on fresh seafood. You will discover innovative cuisine in Sanya.
The decor is stylish and modern, making the venue the perfect place to linger over wine and coffee after the meal. Ossiano also offers two private dining rooms with views of The Ambassador Lagoon, allowing diners to get up close to the marine inhabitants.
The only restaurant in Sanya that specialises in serving crabs of different sizes and varieties
Treat yourself to a spectacular seafood feast in the modern and casual surrounds. Crab Kitchen prepares delectable dishes using freshly-caught live crab and seafood from around the island. Incorporating Singaporean cooking methods and styles, live seafood tanks play host to the variety of species the region has to offer. With Atlantis’ very own Singaporean chef, a variety of different Southeast Asian beers, guests can definitely discover the restaurant’s Singaporean roots.