The concubine of 8th-century emperor Xuanzong, the ‘Lychee Lady’ Yang Guifei, was said to be a ravenous beauty, so captivating that the Tang dynasty ruler paid more attention to her than the nation….
SmSh checks out Cotton Ding’s refurbished, redone three-story lanehouse, inspired by one of China’s four classic beauties.
LYCHEE stands in the same three-story building that used to be the Hunan House restaurant. When the owner of Hunan House, Cotton Ding, was looking for space for a new concept outlet, she decided it was time for the old to make way for the new.
It has been a while since any new nightlife spot has created much excitement from our editors. That is, until Lychee opened. This three-story gastrolounge is the brain child of Cotton Ding, who is also proprieter of Cotton’s.
Stellar cocktails and an ambitious menu of Asian fusion cuisine.
From F&B veteran Cotton Ding (Cotton’s) comes Lychee, a contemporary Asian eatery