How to Get 'Baller' Status at Greater China Club

How to Get 'Baller' Status at Greater China Club

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Getting to 'baller' status Greater China Club, one of Hong Kong's trendiest secrets 


Everybody wants to know somebody who is in a upscale private dining club.

Or even better, everybody wants to own a membership, bring somebody in and officially be declared 'baller'. Greater China Club is Hong Kong’s newest and trendiest secret. This is where it’s at. Located super-conveniently in the D2 place of Lai Chi Kok (the most underground hipster fashion and music district at the moment), Greater China Club provides excellent service from lunches to banquet weddings.


Vibe

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(photo by: magu)


Greater China Club is an art experience. World renowned sculptor, Ju Ming’s has his latest works and water-colour paintings permanently housed in the main dining room. They also have their own art gallery room featuring all kinds of beautiful and creative masterpieces.

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(photo by: Greater China Club)


The Alfresco Roof Garden provides beautiful and refreshing rooftop greenery, where one can kick back and enjoy a cocktail or two, or have a romantic wedding ceremony with the sky.


Drinks

Tons of wine, tons of good times. Greater China Club has a vast selection of drinks, pared live music and a classic cigar lounge.

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Their lounge has a 1920s American nightclub vibe to it, and it's housed with state-of-the-art amplified stereo sound system (rumour has it that it's over HKD 1.8m) to ensure superior sound quality while sipping on 10 year-aged Shao Hsing Chiew.

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Food

Greater China Club offers what we would call the “finest” Cantonese and Royal Thai Cuisine in town. The menu is helmed by an entourage of Michelin-starred chefs, headlined by Executive Chef Chan Wai-ten and Dim Sum Culinary Consultant, Chef Cheung Chi-Shing. This gang knows just how deliver a remarkable presentation of edible art on a table.

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Autumn specialties are exceptional here; they offer warming stews and hearty hot pots such as snake soup ($168), Mutton Hot Pot ($320) and Baked Quail ($228.) These seasonal delicacies are only available until the end of January.

Cute Dim Sum

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All the Dim Sum at Greater China Club is a product of Chef Cheung Chi Shing, and he really knows how to wow a guest.

A typical business lunch set for two is priced at $428 (members) and $488 (non members) with three dishes of dim sum, four main courses and dessert. Kinda perfect to bring a potential client for lunch. 


Overall

To become a member at the Greater China Club, there is a one time membership fee of $6,888 and a monthly fee of $300, which can be used for consumption. This is a pretty good deal compared to most dinning clubs in Hong Kong. They are actually allowing general public access (consumed at a non-member's price), so everyone can have a chance to indulge.


Thumbs up GCC. We'll be back.



Greater China Club

Website or Tel: 2743 8055

Restaurant: Monday to Friday 12:00pm – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 11:00pm – 3:00pm, 6:00pm – 10:30pm

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