10 Jul 2024 By May Ng

The Chinnery at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Unveils Refreshed Interiors and Exclusive ‘Taste of The Chinnery’ Menu”

The Chinnery, an iconic establishment within Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, is delighted to announce its reopening after a subtle yet elegant interior refresh. A much-loved address of Hong Kong’s heritage since 1963, it continues to offer an intimate retreat for those seeking a moment of tranquillity in the bustling city, blending historical charm with timeless sophistication.

Initially designed as a private gentlemen’s club, The Chinnery exudes the classic elegance of British colonial style with rich mahogany timber panelling, plush carpets, and luxurious leather furnishings. The bar is named after the esteemed 19th-century British artist George Chinnery, who dedicated much of his career to capturing British colonial scenes from his life in India, Macau, and Hong Kong. His self-portrait, prominently displayed at the entrance, along with his other works throughout the bar, provides a rich historical backdrop to this iconic establishment.
To celebrate its reopening, a special ‘Taste of The Chinnery’ menu is being introduced, available from now until 30th August 2024. Priced at HKD 1,963 for two (a tribute to the year the hotel opened), this exclusive menu artfully blends beloved classic dishes with exciting new creations. The culinary journey begins with snacks like the classic Lamb Samosa with fresh mint yoghurt and the new Keema Kulcha or Potato Kulcha served with refreshing cucumber yoghurt.

The Chinnery is open for lunch from Monday to Friday, 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, drinks from Monday to Saturday, 5 pm to 11 pm, and dinner from Monday to Saturday, 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm.