The Chinese Library

The Chinese Library

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri | 12pm-12am
Sat-Sun | 11am-12am
(Last entry at 11pm)


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  • Listed on “100 Top Tables 2020” by South China Morning Post

Hong Kong’s favourite Chinese dishes served in colonial elegance on the top floor of the old Police Headquarters. 

Conceived by founder David Yeo and inspired by his vast personal library of Chinese cookbooks, The Chinese Library showcases dishes from the diverse culinary regions of China. 





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Feast on Unlimited Dim Sum Brunch on the weekend at The Chinese Library

Indulge over the weekend with The Chinese Library’s Unlimited Dim Sum Brunch in Tai Kwun. Weekend brunch is a free-flow feast of unlimited appetisers followed by modern and traditional dim sum. Choose from a selection of mains and sharing dishes with limitless dessert. Book Early Brunch from 11am to 1pm, priced at HK$438 per person or enjoy a long and leisurely Non-stop Brunch from 1:30pm to 4.30pm for HK$638 per person. Upgrade and treat yourself to free-flow Champagne, cocktails, wine and beer. The Chinese Library serves Unlimited Dim Sum Brunch every weekend and on public holidays.

Date: Every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
Time: 11:00am – 4:30pm
Reservation:|2848 3088

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King Crab & complimentary Cocktails for Your Father at The Chinese Library

Chef Junno Li introduces a fabulous Steamed Alaskan king crab in Chinese yellow wine (market price) – available for pre-order which is served alongside iconic dishes such as the Braised sea cucumber. Wrap up the night with a special Father’s Day Sweet dumpling in whiskey soup and a complimentary cocktail for every dad from the 17th to 18th June.

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