About 大公館 Greater China Club
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With an eye for style, this elegant Cantonese eatery in Lai Chi Kok has built up a reputation as one of Hong Kong’s premier dining, drinking and entertainment establishments for the more refined. Spread over the top floor of D2 Place on Cheung Yee Street, Greater China Club is an elite hideaway where art, music, fine food and exquisite drinks provide for a stylish evening in an atmospheric lounge recalling the glory of the Roaring Twenties.
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Greater China Club in Lai Chi Kok is a place to indulge in the finer things in life. Executive chef Chan Wai Ting and dim sum maestro Cheung Chi Shing have decades of experience in elite Michelin-starred Chinese restaurants, so the food is elegant and refined like the decor. Found on the top floor of D2 Place on Cheung Yee Street, Greater China Club is an atmospheric hideaway, a stylish Art Deco retreat from modern Hong Kong city life. Inspired by the glitz, glamour and jazz of the 1920s, Greater China Club has the vibe of Gatsby’s Long Island (complete with outdoor marquee area for garden parties) and a single malt and cocktail selection Hemingway would’ve lapped up in Paris.
The menu changes in keeping with the seasons, but you can always be sure of top-shelf Cantonese cuisine unmatched in Lai Chi Kok and standing alongside the very best in Hong Kong. Dishes are as aesthetically intriguing as the carefully curated art works (take a stroll around for the gallery experience) here, and the culinary style merges traditional Cantonese, Royal Thai and modern Chinese inspiration. Roast goose with plum sauce is the signature dish at Greater China Club, always popular and epitomising the indulgence, eye for detail, refinement and nod to days gone by that permeates this bastion of class and style atop D2 Place on Cheung Yee Street.