At The Opposite House, three enchanting restaurants feature an eclectic blend of international cuisine, satisfying guests’ appetite for a refined dining experience. Celebrity chef restauranteur, David Laris designed the menu of Sureño to pull from Mediterranean roots, serving up freshly sourced ingredients prepared on a wood burning stove. Equally divine meals are offered at the internationally-inspired Village Café, posing an eclectic blend of crowd favorites such as soup, sandwiches, salad and fish. The newest dining destination, Jing Yaa Tang, offers traditional Chinese favorites, such as roasted duck, in a modern, health-conscious environment that is MSG free.
After a delicious meal, retreat to Mesh, The Opposite House’s resident bar and lounge. Sip expertly prepared specialty cocktails and fine liquor while listing to the captivating music and taking in the cosmopolitan environment.