Renowned Club JJ's to return to Hong Kong for New Year's Eve
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The renowned Club JJ's returns to the Grand Hyatt Steakhouse for New Year's Eve
For one night only, the Grand Hyatt Steakhouse will resurrect it’s much loved Club JJ’s to ring in 2018. The original club – housed in the space that's now the steakhouse – was born in 1989 and earned itself a reputation for serving top-notch food and drinks, throwing a great party and the place to see and be seen. This New Year’s Eve sees the club’s glorious return, with dinner options followed by dancing at JJ’s Music Room to the sounds of North American band Night Train, whose tunes will take you on a musical journey spanning ages and genres, along with festive props and JJ’s signature checkered pattern to make you feel like JJ's never left!
Packages include just dinner or the countdown party, but for a really special night, why not combine the two? Fill up on the seafood and salad bar bursting with indulgent items such as freshly shucked oysters, Oscietra caviar and condiments, lobster tails, snow crab legs, prawns, scallops, mussells, octopus and home smoked salmon with a selection seasonal salads and meatier options such as 48 month Iberico ham, truffle live pate and duck rillettes.
Make sure you leave room as the menu features choices of decadent starters of lobster and red prawn bisque with smoked king crab or velvety slow cooked Japanese egg with black truffles and creamed spinach. Mains are a choice of perfectly cooked fillet steak, bison tenderloin and roasted lobster surf and turf or pan fried Patagonian tooth fish. If you've got a sweet tooth, you'll love the tropical desserts of rum flambéed mango chocolate bombe and spice roasted pineapple followed by creamy chocolate truffles.
Dance away the calories to tunes from Night Train, the thrilling live band that never runs out of fuel! Led by accomplished keyboardist Gordon Zamor with drummer Alex Nelzi, guitarist Grégory Clerge and vocalists Jose Watkins, Evan Porter – who's also plays some mean sax – and Marie-Denis Chalut. The band pride themselves on having no limits to their repertoire, so you can be sure they'll take you a journey to remember.