Valley Fair’s swanky newcomer: iChina restaurant opens with Silicon Valley’s first virtual-reality dining room

One of the centerpieces of Valley Fair’s billion-dollar transformation, the iChina destination restaurant, will open today in Santa Clara with:

Two floors of opulent dining spaces.

A glittering lounge.

Chandelier-lit restrooms.

Four private dining rooms, including one that will immerse guests in a virtual reality experience.

And then there’s the food.

Executive chef Eddie Lam, who held top positions with the Straits Restaurant Group at Santana Row and Crystal Jade in San Francisco, has created a “new American Chinese” menu of modern and fine-dining takes on classic dishes.

The Hong Kong-born and Oakland-raised chef reimagines Cantonese-style braised short rib as Beef Stew en Croute. A far-from-traditional Hot and Sour Soup

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