Seasonal Specialties and Winter Solstice Banquets at Greater China Club’s Lavish Cantonese Fine Dining Room MAN HING Bringing a Decadent Festive Dining Experience
Greater China Club’s ever-popular exquisite Cantonese fine-dining restaurantMan Hing showcases new seasonal specialties and Winter Solstice banquet menus highlighting exotic game specialities and hearty, nourishing stews that celebrate unity and harvesting as the end of the year draws near at the lavish social salon atop D2 Place, Lai Chi Kok.
Newly-launched specialties and warming stews now on the menu until 31 January 2017 include Double-boiled Crocodile’s Tail Soup with Silky Fowl and Fresh Ginseng (HK$188 for members; HK$208 for non-members), Stewed Crocodile’s Tail with Wild Mushroom and Shrimp Roe in Abalone Sauce (HK$188 for members; HK$208 for non-members), and Roasted Whole Lamb Leg with Cumin (HK$688 for members ; HK$788 for non-members).
Other seasonal specialities include Traditional Stewed Giant Mottled Eel with Pork Belly and Garlic (HK$528 for members; HK$598 for non-members), Double-Boiled Giant Mottled Eel Soup with Chinese Herbs (HK$888 for members; HK$988 for non-members), Fortune French Quails in Chef Chan’s Style (HK$468 for members; HK$498 for non-members), Boiled Chicken Rice with Black Truffles, Wild Mushrooms and Preserved Sausage in Casserole (HK$268 for members; HK$288 for non-members), Sautéed Sliced Lamb with Spring Onion in Preserved Bean Cured Sauce (HK$298 for members; HK$328 for non-members), Stewed Mutton Brisket with Bamboo Shoots and Black Mushroom in Casserole(HK$368 for members; HK$398 for non-members), and Braised Snake Soup with Shredded Chicken and Fungus (HK$168 for members; HK$1888 for non-members).
Celebrating the Winter Solstice in style are two exuberant menus served on 22 December. A tantalising 9-course banquet menu is designed to be shared amongst family and friends to celebrate family unity and prosperity. Priced at HK$2,888 for 6 (Members: HK$2,688), the feast begins following the Chinese tradition with auspicious Barbecued Suckling Pig, followed by crispy Deep-fried Mango Salad Roll with Seafood, continuing with a rich, warm celebration of finest seasonal produce; from Sautéed Sliced Pigeon in Foie Gras Sauce with Deep-Fried Yunnan Ham and nourishing Double-Boiled Silky Chicken Soup with Cordyceps Flowers to Steamed Sabah Giant Garoupa in Soya Sauce. The culinary celebration goes on with Deep-fried Chicken Coated with Crispy Rice and Garlic and Fried Glutinous Rice with Assorted Preserved Meat. Ending the hearty banquet are desserts of Chinese Puffs with Almond and Chilled Osmanthus Puddings and Sweetened Red Bean Cream with Sweet Dumplings, symbolising family togetherness and unity.
Gourmands who wish to splurge on the most important day of the Chinese calendar can opt for an extravagant 9-course featuring finest seasonal ingredients from the land and ocean. Priced HK$3,888 for six (Members: HK$3,688), the menu commences with appetisers of Barbecued Suckling Pig, Wok-Fried Prawns with Oat and Egg Yolk, Stewed with Caramelized Walnuts, hearty Braised Snake Soup with Shredded Chicken and Fungus, Braised Whole Abalone with Goose Webs in Oyster Sauce and Steamed Sabah Giant Garoupa with Shredded Mushroom and Pork. The feast continues with Man Hing’s signature Roasted Goose Served with Plum Sauce, Braised Rice with Diced Chicken and Dried Octopus in Abalone Sauce. Completing the scrumptious gastronomic extravaganza are desserts of Chinese Puffs with Almond and Chilled Chinese Hawthorn and Coconut Puddings and Sweetened Cashew Nut Cream with Sweet Dumplings.
Greater China Club offers Corporate and Individual memberships entitling members to special priced menus at the Club’s three dining outlets, waived service charges and exclusive benefits. Priced HK$18,888 for corporate membership with 3 nominees and HK$6,888 for individual members, while monthly membership fees (which can be used for spending in the Club) are HK$600 and HK$300, respectively.
Members enjoy special benefits, but the Club is also open to guests and tourists at D2 Place, a revitalised industrial building now buzzing with eclectic bars and restaurants, named after its MTR exit at Lai Chi Kok.
Greater China Club is located on Unit A, 10/F, D2 Place, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It opens from Monday to Thursday, Sunday and Public Holidays, 12:00 noon to 12:00 midnight and Fridayand Saturday, 12:00 noon to 1:00 am.