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Madame Fu

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  1. Madame Fu
    Photograph: Courtesy Madame Fu
  2. Madame Fu interior
    Photograph: Courtesy Madame Fu
  3. Madame Fu duck
    Photograph: Courtesy Madame Fu

Time Out says

Similar to Dragonfly, Madame Fu is not simply a restaurant, but an experience, complete with a compelling backstory that centres on its namesake heroine. Playing up to the colonial stylings of the former Central Police Station compound, the venue channels an east-meets-west ethos that pays tribute to the fictional Madame Fu – a socialite who opened a grand salon in Shanghai in the 1930s after living in Paris. At a sprawling 8,000sq ft, the space encompasses the main dining room (the Grand Café), bar area, whisky lounge, private rooms and two open-air verandahs. Expect to enjoy modern Cantonese-focused Chinese fare here, as well as western desserts and afternoon tea sets.


3/F, Barrack Block, Tai Kwun
10 Hollywood Road
Hong Kong
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