Dined here on recommendation, twice, and was not disappointed. Lovely ambiance and delicious food, which was delightfully presented.
Recent girls shopping trip, we dined 3 times at the Orient Express, in the garden, the wagon and also the restaurant. Staff welcoming, fantastic food, beautiful venue, wine list could be improved with some more New Zealand and Australian wines. Chefs surprised me with a special created toffee and chocolate based desssert for my birthdays with no prompting - it... More
You cannot miss this restaurant located conveniently at the beginning of Shamian Island. I ate twice in this restaurant. The first time was during the month of April 2013. Actually, with a couple of friends, we were attracted by the idea of having lunch on board the " Orient Express " which in itself is a good concept. The second... More
a place not to forgot when you are in GuangZhou. you may enjoy dishes in the wagon and you are transported in an other time. just the "tacata tacata" of the rooling noise and the train warning whistle & bell are missing... the owner is French and it is delightfull after a week in the deep china... in the plates... More
It's good place to eat, drink and party, with a good europen ambiance. Its a french resto not just for french, it definitely welcomes everybody and if you love to latin dance its the place to go.
We manged to get a seat in one of the carriages and enjoyed three courses from the set menu which at roughly £10 found really good value and great tasting food. Would return if was in the area.
This restaurant is among the best in Guangzhou. With a French management the menu is professionally designed to include various choices. We were a group of four and everyone enjoyed the appetizers, meal and desserts to the Max. If the weather is good you can also enjoyed the tranquil outdoor seating which is rare in Guangzhou.
A friend of mine booked this place for us. She booked the restaurant through a group-coupon website called Meituang(美團網)。If any of you work in China long term, and are able to read a bit of Mandarin or, can find someone who can read Mandarin for you, you should give it a try. You will get a discount of about 1/3... More
I was taken here for a corporate dinner last night. Service was excellent and attentive without being overbearing. Their bread is EXCELLENT. We shared starters, and had mains. I had the Salade Lyonnaise and a good old Steak-Frites. We had no room for dessert, sadly. The French red wine was good. Overall it was a beautiful meal in a colonnial... More
Those who loved the french movie "Brice de Nice" will enjoy the culinary experience "Jean Marc de Guangzhou" at Orient Express. Jean-Marc the owner of the restaurant is a fascinating french man. Former professional freestyle skier and windsurfer, Jean-Marc is endlessly now waiting for the perfect wave or snow in his romantic restaurant located in the small island of Shamian... More
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