#FOURNews | Celebrate Winter in new Hong Kong hotspot

20 Dec 2015
2 min read
The Greater China Club has become the new Hong Kong hub for anyone looking to welcome in winter in ‘roaring’ style…
1920’s recreated

The newly opened Greater China Club is an exclusive salon-style rendezvous at D2 Place in Lai Chi Kok, Hong Kong. Transporting guests back in time to the glamorous ‘roaring’ 1920s with Art Deco-inspired designwith an added Chinesetwist, the chic new ‘urban retreat’ is an exuberant reincarnation of the Gatsby era.

This season it will welcome in the winter solstice with fine dining banquets, elegant gourmet Cantonese and Royal Thai cuisine, sophisticated art exhibits and live classic jazz performances.

“Our new winter menus are the first celebrating specialties of the seasons, which are a signature of our culinary concept at this vibrant new dining, art and jazz destination atop D2 Place,” said Mr Eric Ting, Founder and CEO of Greater China Club.

Theclub’s gourmet Cantonese cuisine isled by Executive ChefChan Wai-tengand Dim Sum Culinary Consultant, Chef Cheung Chi-Shing, formerly of Michelin-starred “Eight” in Macau. Toegtehr with ateam of expert chefs who have vast experience working in Michelin star restaurants; the menu is equally palatable consisting of seasonal seafood and quality produce from around the globe.

The exquisite Cantonese fine dining is showcased with new seasonal specialties and comprises of mouthwatering dishes such as; baked quail, double boiled shell turtle with Chinese herbs, traditional baked shell turtle with black mushrooms, braised whole abalone with goose web, plus many more winter warming treats.

The glamorous venue also caters for your every entertainment whim by offering a club-style lounge, a rooftop terrace for events, cocktails, and cigars under the stars, or even a seasonally-changing showcase of original, carefully curated art pieces. The exhibits aim to introduce outstanding and inspiring works by both local and international emerging artists. The inaugural exhibition reflecting Hong Kong-Chinese culture is themed “Hong Kong Through the World’s Creative Eyes” including sculptures and paintings by renowned Taiwanese artist Ju Ming.

This new venue styled on the 1920‘s design of a ‘speakeasy’ really is a rendezvous for those who appreciate the finer things in life.

Greater China Club

A, 10/F, D2 Place

9 Cheung Yee Street

Lai Chi Kok

Hong Kong

+8522743 8055