Jing Yaa Tang
The Opposite House and The Temple House are pleased to announce the pop-up menu collaborations in between two Houses this summer: 9 signature vegetarian dishes from MI XUN Teahouse of The Temple House will be available at Jing Yaa Tang of The Opposite House throughout the month of June. The collaboration in The Opposite House will starts on 7th June until 7th July, and the vegetarian pop-up menu will be available for lunch and dinner. During late June, Jing Yaa Tang will then bring over a few of its popular vegetarian-friendly dishes to MI XUN Teahouse to complete this cross-promotions amongst the Houses.

This collaborated a la carte menu opens with Dry Lotus Marinated with Wasabi and Sesame  Dressing and Bamboo Mushrooms in Green Sichuan Pepper Sauce for the hot dish followed with Green Bean, Mulberry Leaf, Yam and Cranberry Paste.

MI XUN Teahouse is known for its Sichuan-inspired vegetarian cooking. We are delighted to collaborate with our sister hotel, and to help our guests to spice up their summer in an alternative way at Jing Yaa Tang,” says Mark Passmore, General Manager of The Opposite House.

Both The Opposite House and The Temple House hold numbers of diverse brand collaborations throughout the year, comprising afternoon teas, set lunches, room packages and many others.

To make reservations at Jing Yaa Tang, please call +861064176688 or email

*Price is per set and subject to 10% service charge and 6% VAT on the total bill.
MI XUN Teahouse

Dry Lotus Marinated with Wasabi and Sesame Dressing
Bamboo Mushrooms in Green Sichuan Pepper Sauce
Dry Lotus Marinated with Wasabi and Sesame Dressing
Chef Tony
The Temple House is located in the heart of the city within the Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu. The 100-room hotel and its 42 adjoining serviced apartments form an integral part of the city government’s conservation project to preserve the surrounding heritage buildings next to the thousand-year-old Daci Temple. The three-dimensional woven façade combines modern design with the traditional Chengdu architectural elements of timber, brick and step stones. Elegant bamboo trees frame the hotel’s entrance, which is set in a beautifully restored hundred-year-old Chinese courtyard building first built in the Qing Dynasty. The Temple House also offers a dynamic collection of outlets including The Temple Café - the all-day dining restaurant, TIVANO – an authentic Italian restaurant, Jing Bar featuring live DJs, MIXUN Spa and Teahouse.

The House Collective, including The Opposite House, The Upper House, The Temple House and The Middle House, is a group of small, individual hotels in Asia for seasoned travelers who seek a different, intimate and personalised experience in luxury travel. Each with its own distinctive character and sense of style, The House Collective is a group of refined, highly individual hotels that defy comparison.

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Swire Hotels was created to manage soulfully individual hotels in China and the USA, providing a characterful experience for well-travelled, individually-minded travellers who seek originality, style and personalised service. We operate distinctive hotels with a sense of place that break with convention.

The company’s first hotel, The Opposite House in Beijing, opened in 2008 and was followed by The Upper House in Hong Kong, and then by EAST, Hong Kong, EAST, Beijing, The Temple House in Chengdu and EAST, Miami. The Middle House in Shanghai, the latest addition, opened in April 2018.

A restaurant division was set up in 2013 to manage the company’s stand-alone restaurant operations in Hong Kong. Our first restaurant Plat du Jour opened in November 2013, followed by PUBLIC and Ground PUBLIC in Quarry Bay. The Continental in Pacific Place opened in October 2014 and Mr & Mrs Fox in 2015, follow by the second Plat du Jour in Pacific Place in 2016. The latest addition, REPUBLIC, opened in Taikoo Place in December 2017.

Opened since 2014, Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu is a 250,000 sqm (approx. 2,710,000 sq ft) mixed-use development located in the heart of Jinjiang District, south of Dacisi Road, east of Shamao Street and close to the popular Chunxi Road shopping area. The project comprises an over 100,000 sqm (over 1,140,000 sq ft) open-plan low-rise retail mall; a 100-room intriguing urban hotel, The Temple House, managed by Swire Hotels; 42 serviced apartments as well as a 47-storey Grade A office tower, Pinnacle One. The complex will be conveniently accessible from the interchange station of Metro Lines 2 and 3.

Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu embraces the historic Daci Temple and takes pride in the reinvigoration of surrounding heritage buildings. Welcoming lanes, courtyards, plazas with architecture inspired by traditional and modern streets in the east and west make it unique in Chengdu. Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu won the Silver Award for Best Urban Regeneration Project in MIPIM Asia Awards 2012.  left-sidebar
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