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Greater China Club’s Cantonese Dining Room Man Hing Welcomes Hangzhou Master Chef Shi Jun for Culinary Showcase

June 3, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

This June, glamorous social salon Greater China Club will be welcoming renowned Hangzhou Chef Shi Jun at its applauded Cantonese dining room, Man Hing, inviting prestigious members and guests for an exclusive culinary showcase from 19 June to 4 July 2017.

With over 23 years of Hangzhou cuisine experience, Chef Shi is an expert at the culinary art. After graduating in 1994, he was accepted into the prestigious Hangzhou southern restaurant founded by the Hangzhou cuisine master chef Hu Zhong-ying.  After practicing his craft for six years under great mentors such as Chef Dong Shun and Chef WANG Zheng, he became the head chef of a prestigious 5-star hotel in Hangzhou, and had the honour of serving Hangzhou cuisine to esteemed worldwide leaders at the G20 summit in 2016.

“Hangzhou cuisine has great potential. The flavours it puts out are one of a kind and it is our pleasure to welcome Chef Shi to Hong Kong to present authentic Hangzhou cuisine to our members and visitors,” said Mr Eric Ting, Founder and CEO of Greater China Club.

Headlining the menu are a list of alluring appetisers, including Marinated Lotus Root in Homemade Sauce (HK$78), Marinated Pigeon with Huadiao Wine and Dried Plum (HK$128), Stewed Duck in Homemade Sauce (HK$98), Bamboo Shoots in Hot and Numbing Sauce (HK$78), Bean Curd Sheet Rolled with Mushrooms (HK$78), Bean Curd Sheet Rolled with Wild Vegetables (HK$78), Chilled Salty Chicken (HK$128), Indian Lettuce with Sichuan Spicy Sauce (HK$78) and Hangzhou Stinky Bean Curd(HK$78).

Special highlights on the menu include savoury Deep-Fried Shrimps with Honey and Mustard Sauce (HK$258), Matustake Mushroom Soup with Mashed Fish and Bamboo Pith (HK$128 per person), Braised Sliced Pork Belly with Dried Bamboo and Chinese Cabbage (HK$98 per person), Wok-fried Cod Fish Fillets with Preserved Chili(HK$298), Braised Boneless Duck Stuffed with Glutinous Rice and Eight Delicacies (HK$288), Sautéed River Shrimps with Longjing Tea (HK$238), Braised Mashed Fish Noodles with Spinach Sauce (HK$88 per person), Boiled Duck Soup with Dried Bamboo in Traditional Style (HK$118 per person), Wok-Fried Yellow Eel Fillets with Fruits(HK$228), Braised Kale with Jinhua Ham (HK$128), Roasted Chicken with Black Vinegar (HK$258 for half ; HK$488 for whole), Frozen Bean Curd with Dried Shrimps and Conpoy (HK$168), and Beggar Chicken (HK$538 for whole).

Hangzhou cuisine has been dubbed by many as “The next big thing” in the Chinese culinary scene. Being a branch of Zhejiang cuisine- one of the Eight Great Cuisines of China, it has a variety of exceptional dishes to offer.

Aside from the astounding flavors Hangzhou cuisine puts out, it is also renowned for its freshness and sweetness as most of the ingredients used are directly and exclusively from the famous West Lake nearby, such as lotus root and the West Lake Carp.

Greater China Club is located on Unit A, 10/F, D2 Place One, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It opens from Monday to Thursdayand Public Holidays, 12:00 noon to 12:00 midnight and Friday and Saturday, 12:00 noon to 1:00 am.

Open to the public, Greater China Club also offers Corporate and Individual memberships entitling members to special priced menus, waived service charges and exclusive benefits, priced HK$18,888 for corporate membership with 3 nominees and HK$6,888 for individual members.  Monthly membership fees (which can be used for spending in the Club) are HK$600 and HK$300, respectively.

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