Say goodbye to white gloves and layers of straight-faced waiters. Brasserie 1893 is all about candid chef-and-guest interaction, gastronomical indulgence and visual bliss. Combining the French term 'brasserie,' for informal dining of high quality, and 1893, the opening year of the first Waldorf Astoria in New York, Brasserie 1893 stands out as a perfect reflection of the trendsetting restaurant run by the legendary Oscar Tschirky, maitre d'hotel (traditional name for restaurant manager). Working for many years at Waldorf Astoria New York, this gourmet master is credited with the invention of the Waldorf Salad (apples, celery, grapes and walnuts elegantly tossed into a salad) and Eggs Benedict, both signature dishes of Brasserie 1893 in Beijing.
These dishes have survived many years of culinary revolution and remain classics – a must-know for every culinary aspirant and expert. The main dining room of Brasserie 1893 features 70 seats, including a Chef's Table for eight guests. The central focus of the restaurant is the show kitchen, which is equipped with two Molteni stoves, the dream of every top restaurant and the best-made cooking stoves.
|Breakfast:||06:30 - 10:30|
|Lunch:||11:30 - 14:30|
|Dinner:||17:30 - 22:00|