Child Friendly: YES
Corkage Price:Wine: $120++ Champagne:
Drama and elegance meet at Madame Fan, founded by Alan Yau, renowned restaurateur behind Hakkasan in London. As the doors open, you’re whisked past discreet alcoves to a grand dining room dressed with gold-crusted mirrors, chandeliers and red velvet banquettes. Tunes of blues, jazz and soul in post modern jukebox-style add to the dazzle of the space with local artists performing live during dinner service on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Madame Fan meets the mark starting with their snazzy drinks. Their inventive cocktails are definitely potions that will have your attention as you start your dalliance for the night. Yù Chă, a concoction of Beefeater 24 Gin, shiso vermouth, peated green tea and herbal liqueurs, is just one example. The waiter pours the elixir from a tea pot poised from a height. The food makes an equally theatrical entrance, with highlights such as fragrant crispy duck with pancake; smoky, melt-in-the-mouth jasmine tea-smoked ribs; luscious white pepper crab; and Canadian lobster noodles cooked with ginger and spring onion, filled with wok hei. A final footnote—if you’re looking to host a dinner where impressions matter most, consider the shimmery, black-and-gold private room tucked away behind the main dining room.