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1/F, The Peak Tower, The Peak


This sleek modern Australasian restaurant offers 270 degree views of Victoria Harbour from its prime spot on The Peak, and it’s an ideal venue for a western style wedding dinner or cocktail party. With its crisp, clean decor, it lends itself well to any kind of decoration you have in mind. Pearl on The Peak seats 90 for dining indoors, 200 for cocktails or 70 for alfresco cocktails.



2/F, Western Market, Des Voeux Rd., Sheung Wan


The spectacular Grand Stage restaurant in Western Market is housed in a heritage building, and with its lofty ceilings and red brick interior, it’s a stunning site for a wedding reception. It seats 28 tables of 12 on the ground floor, and another 9 around the balcony that frames the space. Banquet packages range from $4,888 per table to $8,388.


Shop 102, The Arcade, Cyberport


La Dynastie is a world away from your average Chinese restaurant. Set in Cyberport, it’s an ideal banqueting desination, especially if you had your ceremony on green lawn nearby.  Spacious and elegant, it’s decorated in an east-meets-west style and boasts lofty 40-foot high ceilings and a curved marble staircase, ideal for posing for pictures.  Prices for a traditional Chinese banquet range from $4,980-$13,800 per table of 12. If you’d rather a western meal, French and Italian menus are available at $650 per head.

62 Johnston Rd., Wan Chai


For a unique, historical wedding venue, you may want to consider The Pawn on Johnston Road. Set in a historical building that once served as a pawnshop, The Pawn has been lovingly restored and is now one of the hippest drinking and dining destinations in Wan Chai. For private events, the bar/restaurant has three areas, the Living Room (80 sitting, 150 standing), the Dining Room (seats 80) and the Roof Garden (80 seated, 150 standing). THe roof garden is semi-outdoor and with its own bar, is ideally suited to private events. Contact them for individual food and beverage pricing.

101 Pedder Buildng, 12 Pedder St., Central


Get a good old dose of colonial charm by hosting your event at the China Tee Club. Bordered by potted palms and blessed with high ceilings, complete with slowly rotating fans, it’s like stepping back into the 1930s. Except of course, you’re right in the middle of Central.

18 Deep Water Bay Drive, Shouson Hill


This secluded club is made up of several Word War II bunkers that are now used as wine storage facilities. But on top of the underground chambers is a 1,500 square foot conservatory that is normally used as a restaurant where members can entertain guests and enjoy their wine. Surrounded by greenery, you get that feeling of remoteness and privacy that’s so rare in Hong Kong.

112 Pak Sha Wan, Sai Kung


Spanning 3 floors and with a huge, Mediterranean-style rooftop that overlooks Hebe Haven, Hebe 101 can sit private parties of up to 100 guests. It serves up international cuisine at reasonable prices, and focuses on fresh seafood as a staple. Perfect for a relaxed event in a more remote setting. Email Sean the general manager to enquire about party packages.


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