"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.
Inspired by Paris, comes Madame Fù’s Grand Café.
As our Fine Dining Room, the Café’s grand dimensions, elongated windows, and tall timber ceiling perfectly frame its colonial elegance. Comfortable banquette sofas punctuated by verdant palms envelop the room, creating intimate table arrangements. The room’s relaxing palette of greens and blues perfectly compliment its dark teak floors, marble tables, and original brick walls — where Madame Fù’s eclectic collection of Chinese contemporary art are on display. No matter the time of day, The Grand Café is the perfect location of an exquisite fine dining experience.
The Artist, designed for exclusive tastings, pairing dinners and intimate dining experiences. Seat up to twelve along the elongated dining table while you admire the unique work of Hong Kong’s 1960s autodidact painter, Luis Chan, as it reflects into the room’s dramatic Venetian mirrored wall. This room is ideal for a private fine dining getaway or an executive meeting over morning coffee.
Behind the elegant gold door you will find our Whisky Lounge. Amber lighting sets the scene with large armchairs and velvet banquettes to ornately match the rich Persian carpets, enjoy your experience as you admire iconic paintings by Konstantin Bessmertny. This room is ideal for unique pairings of Distiller Edition Dinners, Whisky Master Classes and private events.
Inspired by India Mahdavi’s iconically designed London restaurant Sketch, the Pink Room is an ode to the stylish women of Hong Kong. The millennial pink salon offers private booth seating for elegant social lunches, afternoon teas, and intimate dinners.
"But for Instagrammers and fashion bloggers, there’s only one destination to seek out: the Pink Room, where afternoon tea and long ladies’ luncheons are sure to be the thing this summer."
The Red & Blue Verandahs
Madame Fù’s verandahs offer landmark colonial grandeur in a modern context. Yin to each other's Yang, the two sprawling terraces overlook Tai Kwun’s Central Parade Ground—set to stage a
regular program of concerts, luxury shows, and seasonal events, making it the perfect spot to perch for lunch, a leisurely afternoon High Tea, or an after dinner aperitif. Lit by stunning lamps crafted out of Hermès scarves, the Red & Blue Verandas offer luscious, chaise lounge seating in a beautiful outdoor setting adorned with exotic flora and fauna.
Madame Fù’s library houses an extensive book and magazine collection on Design, Fashion, Travel and the Arts. Its ensconcing Chesterfield sofas offer a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle, making it the perfect spot hide out for a quiet lunch or enjoy a peaceful afternoon tea. The Library is our baroque heaven for intimate dinners, meetings or a cozy drink and snack.
Fu Bar’s dramatic bar spans the full width of the room, framed by emerald velvet curtains this space is ideal for any event, casual lunch or simply an after-dinner drink. The walls pay homage to Hong Kong’s past with an expressive art display. Fù Bar comes alive at night as the perfect venue to settle in and listen to the dj set the mood.