Grand Café - Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong,
Lobby Level, 1 Harbour Road,
Wan Chai

Special Happenings @ Grand Café - Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Legendary Lobster Dishes :

Limited to two months only, Chef de Cuisine of Grand Café Marc Briol will take guests on a lobster journey to savour renowned lobster dishes from around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan and Thailand, all prepared with self-imported sustainable lobsters from the waters off eastern Canada.

Classic lobster cocktail with lettuce and endive
Lobster pot pie with pan seared French foie gras
Lobster claw nigiri with wasabi mayonnaise
Coconut green curry lobster with Thai basil
Berliner sandwich with lobster ice cream

These sustainable lobster specialties will be available from 4 August 2017 until 5 October 2017.

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New afternoon-tea sets:

“Sam Dim Sam”- HK$270/ person:
The Hong Kong-style tea set features Grand Café’s signature Hainanese chicken rice, as well as homemade traditional dim sum items such as BBQ pork puff pastry, minced pork dumpling with quail egg and sesame shrimp toast. There are also the “must-try” local favourites, such as egg tarts, milk tea ice cream coupe with sago and ginger jelly, and the unique Hong Kong milk tea. Full of local characteristics, this set not only appeals to travellers, but is also a homey choice for local diners.

Lobsterlicious - HK$390/ person:
Savour a lobster feast with warm lobster sub in charcoal bun, lobster croquette, lobster claw cocktail and lobster bisque. Last but not least, the set features summery items to beat the heat, such as coconut mango crepe, mango pudding, vanilla bean ice cream sandwich and the refreshing peach and vanilla bean ice tea.

“T-T-T” known as “Tea Time Toasties”- HK$235/ person:
This American-style set includes savoury items such as the ‘trio of toasties’ – Ham and Cheese Toasty with Black Truffles, Chicken Avocado Toasty with Bacon and ‘Pizza’ Toasty with Tomato, Salami and Cheese, Curly Fries and Wild Mushroom Soup. For matching dessert items, we have selected the Classic Banana Split Ice Cream Sundae and Green Tea & Almond Milkshake.

All sets come with unlimited madeleine and macaroon. Available daily from 3:15 PM–5:30 PM until September 2017 at Grand Café. Subject to 10% service charge.

Opening Hours

Monday - Sunday / Public Holiday: 6:30am - 12midnight

About Grand Café - Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Good food is good but Grand is better – and the legendary Grand Café is back in the spotlight after its exquisite makeover, retaking centre stage with its whole new look and attitude.

Every outstanding restaurant needs a chef to match and Grand Café is led by rising star and Chef de Cuisine Marc Briol, a true prince of good taste. With its long-awaited reopening, Grand Café is again host to new culinary creations – as well as perennial favourites such as its famed Hainanese chicken rice – right across its à la carte and dinner-buffet menus, guaranteeing internationally authentic, delectable delights galore.

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Cuisine

Buffet

Head Chef

Marc Briol

Signature Dishes

Grand Café Salad
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Strawberry Romanoff

Pricing

Breakfast:
A la carte average spending: HK$150
Adult buffet: HK$318
Child buffet: HK$159
Sets: HK$230 - HK$300

Lunch:
A la carte average spending: HK$300

Afternoon:
A la carte average spending: HK$200

Dinner:
A la carte average spending: HK$400
Adult buffet: HK$658 (Mon-Thu) / HK$698 (Fri-Sun & PH)
Child buffet: HK$329 (Mon-Thu) / HK$349 (Fri-Sun & PH)

10% service charge applies

Best for

Family Gathering, Friends Gathering, Romantic Date, Birthday Party, Business Meeting, Casual Dining, Large Parties, Private Functions, Semi-Private Room

Setting

City View, Sea View, Garden

Private room(s) seating capacity

1 -40

Children

Children of all ages are welcome
Dinner Buffet:
Children aged 0-5 eat for free
6-12 kids price
13 or above adult price

Credit cards accepted

Visa, Mastercard, American Express, China Union Pay, JCB

Foreign currencies accepted

No

Service

Valet parking available, Wheelchair accessible, High chairs available, Free wifi

Dress code

Smart Casual: no slippers, no sleeveless t-shirt, no beach sandals

Spoken language(s)​

English, Cantonese, Mandarin

How to get to the restaurant?

Nearest MTR Station

Wan Chai

MTR Exit

A5

Buffet

Pan-fried Foie Gras
Beef Tartare
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Wok-fried Lobster in Bouillon
Seafood on Ice
Homemade Dessert and Ice-Cream

A la carte

Appetizers

Grand Café Salad HK$185
Wild Chanterelle Mushroom Salad HK$220
Quinoa Salad HK$155

Mains

Hainanese Chicken Rice HK$285
Baked Pork Chop Rice HK$225
Grilled Live Lobster HK$390

Desserts

Strawberry Romanoff HK$85
Fine Apple Tart HK$85
Cherry Crumble HK$85

Beverages

Wine by the glass HK$68 - HK$138
House Champagne (glass / bottle) HK$160 / HK$790
Bottled beer HK$58 - HK$86
Draft beer HK$48 - HK$78
1/2 bottle mineral water HK$48
Juice HK$75
Black coffee HK$73

Others

Corkage HK$500 (wine) / HK$800 (spirit) / HK$1,000 (magnum)
Cake-cutting (per person) HK35
  • 10% service charge
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