CITY OF SINS
Taking its namesake and inspiration from the City of Shanghai – which is affectionately known as MODU, meaning “City of Sins or Magic” – this moody, emerald-hued restaurant and bar is serving up a flavour-packed selection of oriental dishes and alluring elixirs in an intimate setting that’s perfect for casual drinks and date night dinners through to special VIP functions.
Just picture cosying up in a velvet-clad booth, knocking back a smoking BaiJiu kung fu tea cocktail or two over Peking duck nori tacos and char-grilled freshly shucked oysters, all while soaking up the action in the state of the art open kitchen. Then again, you could opt for bottle service, which comes with a personal glass display locker so you can sip on it over multiple visits, if that’s more your style.
On the weekends, MODU will also come alive with entertainment and stay open ’til the early morning, much live the city that never sleeps, so prepare to settle in for the evening.