The Chinese Restaurant

Restaurant Reservation

DATES close 

Monday thru Friday: 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday: 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM

6:30 PM – 10:30 PM daily



Contact Information:

Telephone: +852 3721 7788



The Chinese Restaurant combines a modern art deco design masterfully blended with the essence of a traditional 1920s tea house, creating a warm and unique dining experience for authentic Chinese cuisine such as dim sum, double-boiled crab meat soup in young papaya, barbecued pork, smoked chicken with jasmine flavour and steamed garoupa fillet with home-made pickled chilli.
Moreover, diners may opt for the six-course deluxe lunch set comprising a delightful selection of tantalising Cantonese courses, or taste a range of delicious Cantonese dim sums from the a-la-carte menu. 

Guests may dine in the main restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows, or one of the two private rooms, seating eight and twelve respectively, with the former housing a private bar.

The head chef of The Chinese Restaurant is also pleased to create tailor-made set menus to cater to diners’ different preferences for business, social or family gatherings.


Guests will be entitled to two hours of complimentary valet parking for patronage of lunch and three hours for dinner.

  • Hong Kong & Macau’s Best Restaurants 2011 – 2014, awarded by Hong Kong Tatler Dining
  • 100 Top Tables 2013 – 2014, awarded by South China Morning Post
  • WOM Hong Kong & Macau’s Best Restaurant Guide 2014
Chef Information:

Kwai-kai Lo, Head Chef of The Chinese Restaurant, possesses over 30 years experience in cooking Chinese gastronomical delights. He firstly joined Grand Hyatt Hong Kong in 1990, and was promoted as the Head Chef of The Chinese Restaurant in the former Hyatt Regency Hong Kong hotel in 2003. With the closure of Hyatt Regency Hong Kong in 2005, Chef Lo was appointed as the Head Chef of Canton at Grand Hyatt Shanghai. Afterwards, he returned to Hong Kong and took the helm at The Chinese Restaurant of Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui which re-opened in 2009.


Chef Lo actively participates in regional culinary programmes and has travelled to places such as Shanghai and Tianjin in China, Osaka and Fukuoka in Japan, Singapore and Taiwan for experience exchanges and food promotions.


18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China,