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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.

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Anyway, here’s a wonderful.news for vegetarians. The Opposite House and The Temple House has announced 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.

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Dry Lotus Marinated with Wasabi and Sesame Dressing

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Sesame Dressing and Bamboo Mushrooms in Green Sichuan Pepper Sauce

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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 +86 10 6417 6688 or email [email protected]

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

For more information, please visit www.the-house-collective.com and www.thetemplehousehotel.com

E.T.A

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