Madame Ching in Hong Kong is a modern take on a traditional Chinese roast house. Located on Star Street in Wan Chai, it’s named after the fearsome female pirate-fleet commander, Madame Ching and prides itself on serving unique takes on the dishes we all know and love, making them truly special, just like the woman herself. You’ll love the nostalgic decor which draws its inspiration from old-school Hong Kong, as well as the glass-plated open kitchen. In addition to the fantastic food, you’ll also find a great selection of drinks and signature cocktails – enough to turn a quiet dinner into a night out you won’t soon forget. So book now and experience Madame Ching for yourself.
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Great food , staff, good value , quick service/ perfect for a business lunch . Need to go back for dinner.
Excellent dinner, really enjoyed the food. Very pleasant wait staff.
Madame Ching was a truly remarkable woman, born in 1775 in Guangdong province, she commanded over 300 ships manned by 20,000 pirates. It takes a bold restaurant to incorporate her name into their establishment, but Madame Ching on Star Street in Hong Kong is just the place. Taking inspiration from her namesake, this stylish spot serves Chinese food that is both traditional and bold, and by putting a modern touch on everything, they ensure that every dish is memorable and delicious. Located in the north of Wan Chai you’ll soon realise that every detail of this restaurant has been carefully mapped out, from the lighting to the sleepy dragon, as well as the secret garden.
So, what is the sleepy dragon you ask? Why it’s only some of the most delicious flavours a cocktail can contain – infused coconut rum, burned orange and vanilla syrup and ginger beer. It’s also one of the signature cocktails you’ll find on the drinks menu. Madame Ching is a Chinese roast house in the Wan Chai district of Hong Kong and is an absolute must try. Not only won’t you regret it, you’ll also never forget it. So book now and come set sail with Madame Ching.