5 March 2014
Qufu, China, 6 March, 2014 – On 29 March 2014, Shangri-La Hotel, Qufu will turn off the façade lights of Qufu’s landmark building during Earth Hour from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. During this hour, the hotel will hold a buffet dinner at Café Kong without artificial lighting and capture natural moonlight. The hotel aims to create this unique dining experience to raise awareness of global climate change and environmental protection in the local community.
Café Kong is an all-day-dining restaurant, the first of its kind in this small town. Its interior design is themed with Confucius’ Calligraphy of the Six Arts and elaborately decorated with painting brushes, a wall of stamps and bamboo slips at the entrance.It is a culinary theatre that features open “action” kitchens with huge steamer offering authentic dim sum and Shandong meat buns, a seafood station showcasing fresh sushi, sashimi, scallops, salmon and cold appetisers, a grill station full of Western signature dishes, such as Italian spaghetti, German sausages and American burgers, and a French dessert station and ice cream.These are the integral part of the whole dining experience. Visual food displays, tasteful design and top quality products, flavours, presentation and service, floor-to-ceiling glasses offering landscaped garden views and an outdoor terrace all make Cafe Kong a unique and friendly restaurant. The dinner buffet is priced at RMB168 net per person.
As part of our corporate social responsibility on energy and water conservation, energy-saving lamps are installed in the public areas and faucets in the heart-of-the-house areas are fitted with water-saving devices. Stickers on water and energy conservation are also located near light switches and water taps to remind colleagues to turn them off when not in use.
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