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Seasonal Specialties & Winter Solstice Banquets At Glamorous New Hong Kong Rendezvous – Greater China Club

November 26, 2015 Dining No Comments Email Email

unnamed (3)Exquisite Cantonese fine dining is showcased with new seasonal specialties and Winter Solstice banquet menus at Hong Kong’s glamourous new rendezvous Greater China Club, as the refined social salon for dining, art and music lovers celebrates its firstautumn/winter season at D2 Place in Lai Chi Kok.

Distinctively novel culinary experiences reflect the enticing marriage of contemporary and traditional Chinese cuisine, led by Executive Chef Chan Wai-teng and Dim Sum Culinary Consultant, Chef Cheung Chi-Shing, formerly of Michelin-starred “Eight” in Macau.

Autumn game specialties, warming stews and hearty hot pots twinned with traditional Chinese medicinal herbs that protect from the cold are highlights of seasonal delicacies new on the a la carte menu until the end of January. Keeping the cold at bay are Snake soup (HK$168), Mutton Hot Pot (HK$320), and Chicken, Mushrooms & Black Truffle Hot Pot with Rice (HK$288). Seasonal winter warmers also include ‘Creative Scottish Stew’ with Formosan Reeve’s Muntjac (HK$468), Baked quail (HK$228), Double Boiled Shell Turtle with Chinese Herbs (HK$888), Traditional Baked Shell Turtle with Black Mushrooms (HK$888), Giant Mottled Eel & Roasted Pig Clay Pot (HK$480), Double-boiled Giant Mottled Eel with Chinese Herbs (HK$888) and Chinese Preserved Meat & CrabRoe with Glutinous Rice (HK$388).

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Exquisite Cantonese fine dining is showcased with new seasonal specialties and Winter Solstice banquet menus at Hong Kong’s glamourous new rendezvous Greater China Club.  The exquisite new private club for dining, art and music lovers is celebrating its first autumn/winter season at D2 Place in Lai Chi Kok with hearty seasonal delicacies banquet menus to celebrate the traditional solstice evening on 22 December.

Celebrating the Winter Solstice in style are two banquet menus served on 22nd December.  A truly lavish 12-course banquet featuring the land and ocean’s finest seasonal ingredients are designed to be shared amongst family and friends to celebrate family unity and prosperity. Priced at HK$5,388 for six (Members: HK$4,988) or HK$10,688 for 12 (Members: HK$9,888), the exuberant feast begins with auspicious Roast Suckling Pig and warming Snake Soup, and continues with a rich, warm celebration of finest seasonal produce, from Braised Whole Abalone with Goose Web and Wok-fried Prawn Balls to Baked Pork FilletLamb Hotpot and Deep-fried Chicken. Completing the hearty banquet are Poached Seasonal Vegetables with Spanish Ham in Rice SoupFried Rice with Scallops, Crab Roe and Crispy GarlicWok-fried Vermicelli with Shark’s Fin, Conpoy and Egg, and desserts of Sweetened Almond Cream with Egg White and Chilled Hawthorn Pudding Cake.

The alternative 14-course Winter Solstice dinner banquet, priced HK$3,388 for six (Members: HK$3,088) or HK$6,688 for 12 (Members:HK$6,088), is designed to be enjoyed amongst family and friends. It commences with appetisers of Barbecue Prime Iberico PorkGreen Bamboo ShootsMarinated with Sesame OilYunnan Ham with Rose HoneyFresh Chinese Yam with Preserved Plum SauceDouble-boiled Sliced Chicken Soup with Matsutake Mushrooms and Bamboo Pith, and Wok-fried Prawn Balls on Eggplant. Main courses are Wok-fried Grouper Fillet with Honey Bean in XO SauceWok-fried Beef Tenderloin with Vegetables and Deep-fried Crispy Chicken. Completing the scrumptious feast are Braised Seasonal Vegetables with “Yunnan” HamFried Rice with Barbecued Pork, Shrimps, Ham and ConpoyBraised Vermicelli with Mined Grouper and Preserved Vegetables; and desserts of Sweet Ginger Tea & Glutinous Dumplings and Layered Pandanus Pudding with Coconut Milk.

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Autumn game specialties, warming stews and hearty hot pots twinned with traditional Chinese medicinal herbs that protect from the cold are highlights of seasonal delicacies new on the a la carte menu until the end of January.

Newly opened Greater China Club is elite salon-style rendezvous transporting guests back in time to the glamorous ‘roaring’ 1920s with Art Deco-inspired design – plus a rustic China twist.  The chic new ‘urban retreat’ is an exuberant reincarnation of the Gatsby era atop D2 Place (named after its MTR exit at Lai Chi Kok), a revitalised industrial building now buzzing with eclectic bars and restaurants.

The one-of-a-kind leisure experience features an elegant main dining hall with seven semi-private rooms, club-style lounge and rooftop terrace for events, cocktails, BBQs and cigars under the stars.

The elegant Cantonese restaurant is helmed by expert chefs from Michelin star restaurants offering a-la-carte and “couture dining” that club members can order in advance for specially-tailored menus. Dim Sum is also available during lunch hours.

Classic jazz of the fun-filled time in a ‘speakeasy’ styled after a 1920s American nightclub underlines the club’s stylish credentials as a “quintessential rendezvous for those who appreciate the finer things in life”.

An art gallery exhibits a seasonally-changing showcase of original, carefully curated art pieces, introducing outstanding and inspiring works by both local and international emerging artists, talented individuals and groups – with various art forms from oil paintings and watercolours to photographs, sculptures and installations. The inaugural exhibition reflecting Hong Kong-Chinese culture is themed “Hong Kong Through the World’s Creative Eyes” including sculptures and paintings by renowned Taiwanese artist Ju Ming.

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Deep-fried Crispy Chicken

“Our new winter menus are the first celebrating specialties of the seasons, which are a signature of our culinary concept at this vibrant new dining, art and jazz destination atop D2 Place,” said Mr Eric Ting, Founder and CEO of Greater China Club.

The Greater China Club opens from Monday to Thursday and Public Holidays, 12:00 noon to 12:00 midnight and Friday and Saturday, 12:00 noon to 1:00 a.m..

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.

For enquiries / reservations, please call (852) 2743-8055.

For more information, please visit www.greaterchinaclub.com or https://www.facebook.com/GreaterChinaClubhHK.

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