In support of the Vaccine Bubble, three restaurants from Sino Hotels, YUÈ Chinese restaurant, Pierside Bar and Restaurant and Tai Pan have successfully registered as Type C and Type D catering premises respectively in accordance with the latest specification and direction under the Prevention & Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulation (Cap. 599F). Effective immediately the seating capacity will increase up to six or twelve diners per table at YUÈ and Tai Pan respectively, and Pierside Bar and Restaurant can start welcoming guests and diners on tables of six on 12 July 2021(Monday).
The function rooms of YUÈ at Gold Coast Hotel can now welcome up to six diners per table with a capacity limit of up to 75% under Type C mode. With this in place, guests who use the LeaveHomeSafe mobile application have the option to gather with more friends and family members for communal dining at the Michelin-recommended restaurant. Similar to YUÈ which is also under Type C status, Pierside Bar and Restaurant of Royal Pacific Hotel will open till 11:59pm, serving longer hours for our guests from 12 July 2021 onwards.
The Ballroom of Tai Pan, Chinese restaurant at Gold Coast Yacht and Country Club, has also moved directly to Type D mode of operation. In compliance with the requirements, the Ballroom at Tai Pan can now operate at 100% seating capacity with a maximum of 180 members and their guests, and up to twelve people per table for dine-in service for wedding ceremonies, group gatherings, and more. Live performances are also allowed when all performers have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and adopted infection control measures.
Sino Hotels aims to have all its restaurants in Type C or Type D mode of operation, in order to accommodate more guests at longer dining hours. We look forward to welcoming guests for their upcoming celebrations, holiday gatherings, and to simply enjoy dining out in groups.