HARK BACK TO HONG KONG’S ELEGANT BYGONE ERA
At Madame Fu, you are welcomed to Hong Kong’s bygone era. Elegantly seated on the top floor of Tai Kwun’s Barracks Block, Madame Fu guests can find solace from the street bustle of Hollywood Rd, and escape into Hong Kong’s own Parisian grand cafe.
Madame Fu’s true identity is shrouded in mist. As a girl from humble beginnings, she rejected her first pre-arranged marriage proposal at age 16 and escaped to Shanghai to forge her own path. From there she was led to Paris by a wealthy admirer.
She was a woman of renowned beauty, independence, and unparalleled wit. It was in Paris in the late 1920s that her love affair with the grand cafes began. She opened her own grand salon in Shanghai in the 1930s entertaining fine artists, poets, and authors.
Hong Kong’s Madame Fu’s grand location comprises seven artfully designed rooms, each of which has its own distinct identity.
The menus range from contemporary Cantonese cuisine to delicate platters of afternoon tea.
The Grand Cafe
Inspired by the infamous grand cafes of Paris, The Grand Cafe is Madame Fu’s beating heart. The room’s palette of greens and blues compliment its dark teak floors, marble tables, and original brick walls – where Madame Fu’s eclectic collection of Chinese contemporary art are on display.
As the VIP Dining Room, The Artist is dedicated to exclusive tastings, pairing dinners, and exclusive dining experiences.
Escape into the amber-lit cavern of the Whisky Lounge and enjoy an impressive display of classic malts, distillery editions and special releases from the cellar.
The Blue (West) and Red (East) Verandas
Madame Fu’s verandas offer landmark colonial grandeur in a modern context.
Madame Fu’s library has an extensive book and magazine collection on design, fashion, travel and the arts.
The Pink Room
Styled after India Mahdavi’s London restaurant Sketch, the Pink Room is an ode to the stylish women of Hong Kong.
The Fu Bar
The Fu Bar is the grand stage for the cocktail and casual dining menu. The Fu Bar comes alive at night and its colourful art display pays homage to Hong Kong’s past.