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This iconic venue is going downside in every aspect, right from staff attitude all the way to its tired interiors and the service on the bar side.
Thank goodness they still have the food going right for them which is what is bringing in the...More
I was lucky enough to be taken to the China Club by a member for a buffet lunch. No idea what it cost but I assure you it was really expensive because the food was incredible. This is no ordinary buffet it had everything, Lobster,...More
A very unique experience in Hong Kong that combines museum quality contemporary Chinese art with good food in a historical building. There is also a balcony with amazing city views for pre/post dinner drinks. Great place to bring out of town guests.
The China Club is an institution in Hong Kong. The building is superbly located and steeped in history. The collection of artwork is very unique and worth a visit just to view it.
That’s where the superlatives end. The food is average at best for...More
Worth going with a long-standing member who can explain to you the history of the club, the rooms and the art. A fascinating journey. The food at the restaurant was great but the highlight was definitely the infrastructure.
Originally designed by the entrepreneur and gadabout David Tang, the China Club is the perfect embodiment of a 1930s Shanghai club, from the art on the walls to the furniture to the uniforms worn by wait staff. The food is pretty wonderful too, particularly the...More
This place has a timeless charm. The quirky rooms across several floors are worth exploring, if you get the chance. While the food menu has not changed in years, the core dishes (peking duck, beans with pork, and yes, even the sweet ‘n sour dishes)...More
When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of
quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.