Simmer Huang is a Beijing-based restaurant chain serving up Chinese Imperial court cuisine and has locations throughout mainland China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Australia, and now the United States as well. Simmer Huang is known for its delicious simmer hot pots derived from a 'Three Sauce' recipe that the chain claims to date back to centuries ago. Chinese Imperial cuisine is made using a regional style of cooking that was mainly used to cook for the royal family and the Emperor. This style requires complex preparation, premium ingredients, and visually pleasing details.
With the emphasis of this cuisine being a delivering of both service and experience, Simmer Huang lives up to the expectation. The highlighting element of Simmer Huang is its demonstration of hand pulled noodles right by the guest's table side. This upscale experience gives guests an authentic taste of Chinese food and a memorable experience as well.