Monday, December 11, 2017

GREATER CHINA CLUB IN HONG KONG OFFERS DELICIOUS MENUS AT MAN HING SPECIALISING IN CANTONESE CUISINE AND CADENZA WESTERN MENU. PERFECT TREAT FOR CHRISTMAS SEASON!

KEE@FSWMAG.COM

Greater China Club Introduces Seasonal Specialities
and Festive Menus

With the onset of winter, Lai Chi Kok’s ‘social salon’ for dining, art and music lovers, Greater China Club, rolls out hearty warming winter stews and soups at ever-popular Cantonese restaurant atop Lai Chi Kok dining destination D2 Place One – Man Hing; with Modern European food and wine bar, Cadenza’s 6-course tasting menu of signature specialties for festive and year-end celebrations with friends, families and business colleagues.

Headlined by exotic winter delicacies and traditional rice casseroles, Man Hing’s seasonal menu is available from now until 31 January 2018. Highlights include Slow-Cooked Dong Shan Goat in Homemade Sauce
(HK$178 for members and HK$198 for non-members); Deep Fried Crispy Eel with Osmanthus in Black Vinegar (HK$218 for members and HK$238 for non-members); Braised Snake Soup with Shredded Chicken and Fungus (HK$198 per person for members and HK$218 per person for non-members); Double-boiled Crocodile Tail with Maca and Coconut  (HK$228 per person for members and HK$248 for non-members).

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Stewed Mutton Brisket with Bamboo Shoots and Black Mushroom in Casserole (HK$438 for members and HK$488 for non-members); Roasted Whole Lamb Leg with Cumin Powder (HK$688 for members and HK$788 for non-members); Stewed Soft Shell Turtle in Traditional Style (HK$788 for members and HK$888 for non-members); and Steamed Japanese Fresh Hairy Crab with Chicken Oil in Chinese Hua Diao Wine (HK$788 for members and HK$888 for non-members).

Three nourishing rice casseroles are also on the winter menu, including Boiled Rice with Iberico Pork and Kimchi with Cheese in Casserole (HK$268 for members and HK$288 for non-members); Boiled Rice with Black Truffles, Wild Mushroom, Preserved Sausage and Chicken Fillet in Casserole (HK$268 for members and HK$288 for non-members) and Boiled Rice with Preserved Meat and Sausage in Casserole (HK$248 for members and HK$268 for non-members).
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Cadenza’s 6-course Christmas menu crafted by Executive Chef Kwan Wai
Chung is served on 24
and 25 December, priced at HK$788 for members and HK$888 for non-members on 24 December, and HK$688 for members/ HK$788 for non-members on 25 December.

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The festive feast starts with appetiser of French Beef Tartare, with quail egg, rocket and shaved black truffle, followed by Foie Gras in ‘’2 Ways’’ with Pan-Seared and Homemade Terrine.

The menu continues with Chestnut Cream Soup with cinnamon cream and caramelised chestnut, and an indulgent pasta dish of Penne-Lobster Ragout with Datterino tomatoes, spiced with garlic, chilli and basil.

Main course is a choice of traditional Slow-Cooked Turkey Breast and Leg Roulade, with Brussels sprout and cranberry mojo or Herb-Crusted Australian Lamb Rack, with ratatouille and rosemary jus. A surprise dessert will be served to complete the enchanting festive dinner.

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 Thursday, Sunday and Public Holidays, 12:00 noon to 12:00 midnight and Friday and Saturday, 12:00 noon to 1:00 am.

For enquiries or reservations, please call (852) 2743-8055.  For more information, please visit www.greaterchinaclub.com or www.facebook.com/GreaterChinaClubHK.

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.

About Greater China Club

Greater China Club is an opulent club-style destination to enjoy finest Cantonese, Italian and contemporary European, while appreciating art, jazz, wine and cigars.  Opened in July 2015, Greater China Club is located at the revitalised and creative West Kowloon landmark D2 Place One.
               
The Club’s Cantonese cuisine is served at Man Hing, helmed by Chef Chan Wai Teng who has vast experience working in Michelin star restaurants. The menu is equally palatable consisting of seasonal seafood and quality produce from around the globe. 

Cadenza, named after its lounge venue with an extensive wine cellar and sultry live music from a million dollar sound system, serves modern European cuisine by a team of culinary experts. The lounge is equipped with a state-of-the-art sound system, playing a collection of treasured collection of jazz vinyl records with live jazz on weekends.

Greater China Club is also a unique art space, which encourages creativity and expression through art by introducing outstanding and inspiring collections from local and international emerging artists, talented individuals and groups. All kinds of art forms, including oil paintings, watercolours, photographs, sculptures or installations are featured in different creative themes and updated on a regular basis.


ENJOY CARLSBERG AND MANY OTHERS AT TAP-IT-OUT, THE FIRST ATM-STYLE BEER BAR AT SOLARIS WHERE YOU POUR YOUR OWN PERFECT PINT! SEE YOU THERE!

KEE@FSWMAG.COM
CHEERS TO TAP-IT-OUT!
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Tap your beer at Malaysia’s first-of-its-kind beer ATM Tap-it-Out offers probably the most innovative beer tapping experience of Carlsberg Malaysia’s brews

Well-known for its first-of-its-kind beer automated teller machine (ATM) in Malaysia, Tap-it-Out @ Solaris Mont Kiara has been the talk of the town since it first opened doors in August this year. 

If you think that it was all just talk, you have got to head down to Tap-it-Out to experience probably the most innovative beer tapping from a fully automated beer bar yourself! All you need to do is purchase a prepaid card or better known as beer pass. 

At a grand opening party, founders of Tap-it-Out Ethan Yoon, Ryan Foo and Joltan Ng hosted some 200 guests together with their key business partner Carlsberg Malaysia, represented by Managing Director Lars Lehmann, Sales Director Gary Tan and Corporate Communications & CSR Director Pearl Lai. 

All of them poured a perfect pint from the beer-ATMs to mark the official opening. Tap-it-Out offers nine types of draught beer including Carlsberg, Asahi, Connor’s, Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc, Löwenbräu, Erdinger Weissbier, Hoegaarden, Stella Artois and Leffe. 

“Response has been overwhelming so far! Since the inception, we’ve received many positive reviews, secured many regular customers and hosted numerous private functions just over the last three months. We have many exciting activities lined up in the coming weeks leading up to the festive seasons”, Ethan Yoon, a 30-year-old entrepreneur shared. 

Managing Director Lars Lehmann congratulated Tap-it-Out and said: “We are most delighted to have Carlsberg Malaysia’s probably the best draughts portfolio brands available for this probably the most innovative beer-tapping experience. 

"It probably tastes better when you can tap a perfect pint all by yourself. This is bringing the enjoyment of drinking draught beer to a whole new level. We trust our partnership with Tap-it-Out would be #ProbablytheBest one!” 

The beer ATM is a fun and simple innovation allowing beer lovers to tap their choice of premium beers available with just a tap of the beer pass! Simply purchase a beer pass from the counter, select beer of your choice, scan the beer pass on the monitor and tap your perfect pint! The beer pass has a lifetime validity and is reloadable in multiples of RM50. 

 About Tap-it-Out 
 Tap-it-Out Solaris is the first beer ATM in Malaysia, bringing a whole new level of experience to the drinking culture in Malaysia. Patrons can tap their own beer at the automated beer taps using our prepaid beer pass. 

Tap-it-Out serves a wide range of fresh, premium draught beers namely Carlsberg, Asahi, Connor’s, Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc, Löwenbräu, Erdinger Weissbier, Hoegaarden, Stella Artois and Leffe. 

About Carlsberg Malaysia 
 Incorporated in 1969 and listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad, Carlsberg Malaysia is part of Carlsberg Group with regional investment in Singapore and Sri Lanka. Our flagship brand – Carlsberg – is one of the best-known beer brands in the world whilst Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc, Somersby, Asahi Super Dry and Connor’s Stout Porter are among the key premium brands in Malaysia. 

Approximately 600 people work for the Company, selling our products in a responsible manner and business managed sustainability. 

 www.carlsbergmalaysia.com.my. 


 LARS LEHMANN AND PEARL LAI AND GARY



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