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In the heart of Sichuan province, Chengdu encapsulates the modernity of dining experiences, blending elegant traditions and contemporary menus.


Chengdu is an epicentre of Chinese cuisine, and for good reason.

A stone's throw away from some of the most magnificent wildlife and scenery in all of China, Chengdu is certainly a staunch challenger for culinary excellence. And for The Temple House, this is a challenge to take on head first. From contemporary Sichuan dishes to classic, traditional teas, this is a top destination for foodies from around the globe.

The Temple Café

A local and global favourite in its own right, The Temple Café is the perfect blend of East and West. With contemporary classics from further afield to local dishes that delight neighbours and visitors alike, this all-day dining destination is the perfect buzzy bistro to spend hours upon hours catching up. And with takeaway options available, you get to bring a taste of The Temple House home at your leisure.


Ciao, bella! That's the immediate thought when entering Tivano, an Italian-inspired spot decked in lush green furnishings and glittering decor. Infused with traditional and contemporary Italian and Mediterranean fare, home-made pastas and fresh ingredients maintain an easygoing attitude and even easier conversation. And with a wine cellar stocked with Italian and international vintages to enjoy, it's no wonder the tables are like gold dust.


Jing is the hottest ticket in Chengdu, and that's no exaggeration - beloved by visitors and locals alike, this is the place to be and to be seen in the city. A Jazz-Age inspired hideaway, Sichuan influences inform the immensely popular drinks menu, whilst live DJs perform bass-boosted hits to keep you going on and on and on. See you there.

Mi Xun Teahouse

Tea is an ancient tradition in China, but nowhere does modern tea like Mi Xun. An extension of the popular Mi Xun wellness arm, the teahouse is the one Michelin star vegetarian Sichuan cuisine restaurant beloved by all. Regional dishes are given contemporary twists, and with an extensive tea menu, you'll find yourself spoiled for choice in the decadent Qing Dynasty courtyard. Nourishing and stylish, and with stories to tell.