30% off Dim Sum Menu and Renowned Flaming Fortune Chicken offered at just HK$188 to celebrate rebranding
Hong Kong – Refined dining destination Greater China Club opens to the public on 1 May 2020, revoking membership and celebrating a new era with a range of irresistible dining offers, including 30% off lunch dim sum menus, 15% off dinner a la carte menu and up to 30% off signature tasting menus. A range of takeaway promotions are also launched, including extensive new takeaway options in line with the trend towards home-office dining.
The exquisite dining hot spot atop Lai Chi Kok cultural destination D2 Place One has long been renowned for the stylish contemporary Cantonese cuisine of multi-award winning Master Chef Chan Wai-Teng at signature Cantonese dining room Man Hing. The rebranding now combines Man Hing with The Gatsby, a multi-functional venue for banquets, weddings, and events, and a bespoke international menu of global flavors and seasonal, regional culinary themes.
“Greater China Club has made its name as a hidden gem for members, with visitors not generally aware they were welcome to dine. Now the club is moving with the times, revoking membership and rebranding as a dining and events destination open to all,” said Mr. Eric Ting, CEO, and Founder of Bird Kingdom Group, the managing company of Greater China Club.
Among rebranding promotions, one of Greater China Club’s popular dishes, The Flaming Fortune Chicken, which invites guests to open from its casing with a ‘golden hammer’, is offered at just HK$188 (originally priced HK$788) for dinner. “The Chinese name for our Flaming Fortune Chicken means ‘rich and lucky’, and we hope to bring good fortune to our guests after the first few difficult months in 2020,” said Mr. Ting.
A celebrated signature, dim sum, is showcased with a new Man Hing Dim Sum Platter of seven signature favorites suggested for 2, discounted from HK$284 to HK$198. Decadent and insta-worthy, the platter features Steamed Shrimp Dumplings with Celery in Golden Fish Shape; Deep-Fried Prime Iberico Pork & Dried Shrimp Dumpling; Pan-Fried Barbecued Pork Buns; Xiao Long Bao with Minced Pork & Tangerine Peel in Chicken Soup; Baked Turnip Cake Stuffed with Diced Shrimp & Mushroom; Sweetened Black Sesame Rolls; and Chilled Chinese Hawthorn & Coconut Pudding.
A 30% discount is also on a la carte dim sum lunch orders, offering over 30 choices of Chef Chan’s signature dim sum specialties.
While all a la carte dishes are subject to 15% discount until 31 May 2020, a new Greater China Club Signature Set Menu for four is meanwhile being launched on 11 May 2020, with a choice of two 12-course set menus at HK$1,888 (originally priced HK$2,488), featuring three appetizers, one soup, four main courses, one rice, and two desserts.
The “Drum” menu is headlined by Braised Assorted Dried Seafood Soup with Saffron; Braised Sliced Pork Belly with Dried Bamboo & Chinese Cabbage; Sautéed Fish Rolls Stuffed with Chinese Ham & Vegetables; and Deep Fried Crispy Chicken Coated with Crispy Rice & Garlic.
The “Guqin” menu, for enjoying on a separate occasion, headlines Slow-Cooked Marinated Goose Liver; Deep Fried Crispy Sliced Beef with Mustard; Braised Mandarin Fish Ball Soup with Tofu and Matsutake Mushroom; Crispy Prawns with Lychee Syrup Sauce; Steamed Kurobuta Pork with Rice Noodle and Spices; and Baked Chicken with Soya Sauce, Sesame Oil, and Chinese Rice Wine.
A Lunch-Dinner Takeaway menu is also delivered by Deliveroo, Foodpanda and Uber Eats or with 15% discount for self pick-up, ordered directly via Openrice or call (852) 2743-8055; available from 12 noon–2:30 pm and 6 pm–10 pm on weekdays and 11:30 am–2:30 pm or 6 pm – 10 pm on weekends and public holidays.
The takeaway menu offers Greater China Club’s signature dim sum and steamed rice flour rolls (available before 2:30 pm), barbecued meats, and Cantonese classics with steamed rice; vegetables, and congee; soup, noodle, and rice specialties; desserts and pre-cooked vacuum-packed dishes for convenient re-heating.
Two gastronomic 12-course set menus are proposed for Mother’s Day from 1-10 May 2020, priced HK$588 or HK$688 per person, for tables of at least four; with early bird offers of 10% discount for reservation between 1–3 May 2020, and 15% for table reservation between 4–7 May 2020.
The HK$588 menu headlines prized specialties including Barbecue Prime Iberico Pork, Slow-Cooked Chicken in Sichuan-Style, Stir-Fried Garoupa Fillet with Garlic Shoot and Black Garlic, Double-Boiled Pork Soup with Chinese Chickpea and Apple, Braised Chicken with Fish Maw & Wild Mushroom in Chinese Yellow Wine, and desserts including Swainsonine Puddings with Coconut.
The HK$688 menu reflects more exquisite gourmet ingredients for dishes including Deep-Fried Chicken Wing Stuffed with Bird’s Nest and Yunnan Ham, Smoked Yellow Croaker with Caviar, Double-Boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Conch and Dendrobium Flower, Steamed Codfish with Crispy Soybean Sauce and Egg White, and Pan-Fried Chicken Fillet with Sand Ginger in Copper Plate.
Opulent gastronomy extends to specialties from Fresh Chinese Yam Marinated with Preserved Plum Sauce and Pan-Fried Semi-Dried Oysters with Black Garlic in Honey Sauce to Poached Seasonal Vegetables with Lily Bulbs & Dried Shrimps in Saffron Sauce, Seafood Fried Rice with Coriander & Vegetables, and dessert of Steamed Hokkaido Milk with Osmanthus & Peach Gum.
All discounts are not applicable to the Mother’s Day weekend (9 and 10 May 2020).
Greater China Club opens daily from Monday to Friday, 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. (last order at 2:30 p.m.); 6 p.m. to 11:00 pm (last order at 10:30 pm); and Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (last order at 2:30 p.m.); 6 p.m. to 11:00 pm (last order at 10:30 pm).
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