It could not have gone more beautifully and more deliciously. Tao's advice was invaluable. The food and presentation was fab, everyone loved everything and there were plenty of leftovers being eaten still as we speak. I appreciate Cece's help greatly and we will see you at the next special occasion or just the next good meal. Cheers!
Owner Vicky Mense spearheads the Asian Liaison Committee, a spinoff committee of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce, that focuses on reeling in businesses and organizations from Asian nations to prospects in the Beverly Hills and Los Angeles communities. Vicky is pictured here with the Chinese Culinary Delegation prior to their tour of Xian and the rest of Canon Drive restaurant row.
What can I say about Xi’an that hasn’t been said before; elegant, wonderful, delicious, and perfect. Yes, this is Chinese food at its best, and you can tell by all of the laughter and smiles, guests were really enjoying themselves.
Xi’An (translated as ‘Western Peace’) was one of the oldest cities in China and a bustling ancient capital of China. It is also known for the ending of the legendary Silk Road, which for 1600 years was the seat of dynastic power, a sub-provincial city located in the center of the Guanzhong Plain in Northwestern China.
Our private dining -- the exclusive Shoji Room, with its walls of sliding doors, offers you the option of having celebrations or meetings in complete privacy.
The Shoji Room can seat up to 28 people while Xi'an's main dining room and outdoor patio can accommodate larger parties and functions.
- Shoji Room Dimensions: 14.5’ x 15’
- Capacity (varies with set-up): Banquet Table seats up to 20 people
- U-Shape seats 21 to 28 people
- A/V available
Xian was delighted to join the VIP reception at the Wallis Annenberg for the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce's much anticipated and very sold out 'Beverly Hills Tomorrow' event hosted by Xian friend, Larry King, with fantastic speakers -- Haim Saban and Rachel Zoe to highlight a few.
Dear friend, Nancy, visits from China after moving there for 8 months, and is greeted with a feast!
Vicky and Thomas at the Beverly Hills Experience event!
The most famous of musical performances in the New Year is the Dragon Dance coupled with the amazing footwork of the martial artist, the deep resounding rhythm of the Chinese drums, and the lighting of the crazy firecrackers - Chinese New Year 2013.