Madame Fù is a beautiful contemporary Chinese restaurant located in the fabulous
1880's colonial building in the Tai Kwun heritage compound. Spanning across the entire 3rd floor of the old police headquarters, Madame Fù offers a unique dining space in an artistic ambience.
You can either relax in the Verandah overlooking the Parade Ground, or select one of
the other six dining rooms to experience our range of delicious signature dishes,
including Chinese dim sum, the amazing truffle chicken, western desserts and afternoon teas.
The founder of the Kee Club and the renowned Club 97, Christian is credited as one of the founding pioneers of Lan Kwai Fong.
With over 30 years experience in the food and beverage industry, his name is synonymous with luxurious and unique dining experiences throughout Asia.
Nicoletta has an extensive background in F&B Operations and Management, Client Relationships and Events Management. Having graduated in foreign languages she then completed a Master in “Hospitality and Hotel Management” in London, which has led her to work at many impressive outlets.
From Cruise ships, Hotel and Resorts in Africa, Maldives, UK & Europe, to her last 6 years spent in Hong Kong's luxury dining and F&B Operations for 5-Star hotels.
Chef Kit was born in Foshan, a city in the Guangdong Province, China and highly recognised for its impressive cuisine. His love of cooking was sparked from an early age upon watching ‘Manchu Han Imperial Feast’, one of the grandest meals ever documented in Chinese Cuisine. He made a promise to himself then he would one day cook the same banquet!
His love of travelling influences his cooking, you’ll often find essences of different cuisines and cultures infused into his dishes. Chef Kit cooks with his heart and you will always find a beaming smile on his face when he hears of guests appreciating his food.
Mo Wan Fei
Dim Sum Head Chef
Born in Ningbo, China (200 km from Shanghai), Chef Mo began his dim sum career at the young age of 18 with northern Chinese dim sum. His earlier career took him to Germany and Holland where he developed his techniques before returning to Hong Kong to start his journey cooking southern Chinese dim sum.
In 2010 he joined Hong Kong's famous Kee Club where he stood as the head dim sum chef for 16 years. It was here that he experimented and applied western ideas to his cooking, leading him to create his special Crystal Shrimp and Beetroot Dumpling. Chef Mo’s prized Crystal Shrimp Dumpling is his most perfected dish, made with his secret 'Al Dente' touch, a recipe he is very proud of.
Chung Ngok Kuen
Barbeque Head Chef
Chef Kwan was the son of a chef and so followed in his father’s footsteps!
His culinary upbringing led him to his first barbeque job when he was merely 20 years old. From there he embarked on a 30-year role at a top Chinese restaurant as head barbeque chef, meaning he has an expert 40 years behind him in the barbeque kitchen.
He lives by his own mantra "I either don’t start, or I have to make it my very best!" which is certainly visible in Madame Fù s most favoured dish – his perfected, Golden Pork Belly.
Head Pastry Chef
Chef Taylor is our youngest Head Chef, but full of talent. Unlike most kids he grew up watching cooking competitions on TV instead of cartoons. It was through this that his love for pastry cooking and dessert was born. His studies at the International Culinary Institute lead him to achieve his first jobs as a graduate at luxury 5-star hotels across Hong Kong. Most recently he curated a bespoke high tea set menu for our collaboration with Penhaligon's Perfume, one of our most successful and popular dining experiences yet. With a passion for cooking with seasonal ingredients and combining his love of Western style with traditional Chinese flavour he is forever inventing original recipes in the kitchen! Chef Taylor's Black Sesame Lava Tart with Sweet Tofu Mousse is his most recent, brilliant feature on our menu and his current pudding recommendation.
"A concept from Christian Rhomberg, we expected Madame Fù to ooze with exclusivity and elegance, and we weren’t disappointed." Lifestyle Asia
Our grand location comprises of six unique and artfully designed rooms, each of which has its own distinct identity, just like the many personas of Madame Fù. From two sprawling verandahs, adorned with velvet banquettes, ornate lanterns and views of the Tai Kwun Parade Ground; to the perfectly plush, Pink Room, our guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to setting.