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By Faye Bradley | February 1st, 2022
  • Restaurant
  • Central
  • Address: Shop 301,18 Chater Road,Central
  • Website: https://grandmajesticsichuan.com/
  • Open Hours: Daily, Lunch, Dinner
  • Open Since: January 7th, 2022
  • Phone: 2151-1299
  • Rating: 4
  • Cuisine: Sichuan
  • Ambience: Fancy

Fiery Chinese Dining: As you can probably guess from the name, Grand Majestic Sichuan serves fiery regional cuisine in a swanky new setting.

Look & Feel: Set within Alexandra House, Grand Majestic Sichuan is a glamorous, rouge getaway that resembles a high-end night club. It’s named after a former Cantonese restaurant from the 1960s – Majestic Restaurant & Night Club in North Point.

Grand Majestic Sichuan
Photo: Grand Majestic Sichuan

On the Menu: The menu focuses on modern Sichuan delicacies, taking note from over 800 years of culinary tradition. Author and chef Fuchsia Dunlop developed the menu in collaboration with Head Chef Robert Wong (previously at Chilli Fagara). You can expect authentic spicy dishes that combine the best of contemporary and old-school fare. Dunlop has over two decades of experience in Chinese food and culinary culture.

At Grand Majestic Sichuan, she works with Black Sheep Restaurants to explore the riches of one of China’s most well-loved cuisines. So, there’s a variety of dishes to choose from on the menu, separated into cold appetizers, hot appetizers, veggies, tofu, meats, seafood, rice and noodles. We’ve had a peek at the menu and can say that the poached local yellow chicken and twice-cooked Kurobuta pork belly with peppers and chive blossom sound divine. Heftier dishes include fried rice with Sichuan bacon and the chilled buckwheat noodles with grass-fed braised beef.

Grand Majestic Sichuan
Photo: Grand Majestic Sichuan

Great For: A decadent night out – so, date night or celebrations.

FYI: You can expect top-notch service in a swanky setting, much like Black Sheep Restaurants’ sister properties.

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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.