Dinner specials from The Hong Kong Club menu are Hong Kong Duck with Barbeque Sauce and Mini Bao,Tipsy chocolate brownie, old monk caramelized hazelnuts gelato,Fried prawn toast, sesame, peanut honey mustard dip,Crystal Dimsum - Prawns, asparagus and crispy garlic,Chilled tofu, peanut sauce,Crispy chicken, Chinese five spice, sweet and spicy sauce,Shumai Dimsum - Prawn ceps mushroom and chives,Bao - Mixed mushroom, soy and oyester sauce & Cantonese Chicken, soy
Good looking hotel, modern and pleasant at first look, attracting the local trendy youth from medium/upper class. However, this clientele tend to behave in a rude manner, helped with the concept of the hotel which is too friendly and too much braking the codes. Example: there is no check-in counter per say, it's a group of 3 islands. very well thought, very friendly, totally not formal and putting you at ease. But, each and every time you're busy with the attendant, somebody has to act as if they didn't see you and come on the side to cut on you, as if nothing! And this is because the islands can be access from sides. The staff of the restaurant is rude and always trying to make a point. Example: you ask a table for 4 and you are given 1 menu only. You then ask for 3 more menus but you are given 2. You ask to get the 3rd menu but you are told that it will be given to you only when the 4th guest will arrive; really?! However, the days after, the staff was up to the level: nice, pro and easy. The staff help so hard to satisfy and understand. The cooking is juts slow. Used the business center that was freezing cold: who puts A/C when it's 18°C outside?! They told me they would switch-off, they didn't. I had to burst for it to be switched-off after few hours, enough to make me sick for the rest of the day... Not a place to hold business meetings in generals as they charge you a bonker for a room, so you end-up in a common area. This restaurant room is SUPER SUPER noisy and there's nothing to cut the noise: it's just a giant opened area and it sounds like the fish market, from breakfast to dinner. The bedrooms are very noisy. Next to me was a couple with kids. Well mannered, decent and nice. They had a normal chat in the morning: I could hear it all!!! Also, there's no carpet per say in the common area, it's a sort of plastic / vegetable fibre (probably doesn't require much maintenance as a carpet), but it's echoing the noise! Each time somebody walks or rolls a luggage, it echoes everywhere and you feel the person is almost in your room! The A/C and minibar are very silent, le bailout curtain works like magic. However, the maintenance of the shower is not followed: the rain shower system in the ceiling hasn't been cleaned, the table in the shower is collapsing and showing cracks. Also, the sleepers are too small. The Hong-Kong club serves amazing food and cocktails: went twice and all is good. As conclusion, it's the 2nd time I'm going to this hotel and it's the 2nd time I'm dissatisfied overall, as it lacks comfort: silence in the rooms and the dinning area, politeness at the check-in counter from the guests.
This is one of the best restaurant in Delhi. It serves Cantonese cuisine having a great ambience and atmosphere. It has a tasting menu for the people who want to try out the cuisine. It serves Dimsum, soup, steam, cold and hot appetizers, wok, rice noodles a d dessert. Restaurant timing is 06.00pm to 01.00am from Monday to Wednesday 06.00pm to 04.00am from Thursday to Sunday. They serve cocktails inspired by the twelve sign of Chinese Zodiac.