Tycoon Tann and Mod Bar has officially opened its doors celebrating the roots of Hong Kong’s culture through food, drinks, design and art. Inspired by the best ingredients around the world, this new style of modern Chinese cuisine challenges the boundaries of traditional Chinese food while celebrating some of the city’s favourite dishes. The 1,800 square foot space seats 32 people in the Mod Bar and 64 people for intimate dining on the two restaurant floors. You may opt for the private dining room that seats 32 people, taking up the complete first or second floor. Travel upstairs to the more intimate two-floor restaurant Tycoon Tann. A contemporary artsy restaurant set with China’s avant-garde style on the first floor and ambiance of the Shanghai French Concession era on the second floor.
Tycoon Tann brings a modern yet authentic Chinese dining experience where they try to reinterpret and demonstrate Hong Kong’s classic dishes and offer a meeting of East and West through quality ingredients from around the world, with modern and elegant design and an overall impressive dining experience. The interiors is a feast for the eyes with the arts from different eras throughout the Chinese history, from the song dynasty all the way to the contemporary world. The venue’s intricate design encapsulates Chinese heritage and modernity, while the signage from the song dynasty court houses have revolutionised into an entryway. Catch a glimpse of the modern paintings “The Four Great Beauties” from four different Chinese dynasties, Xi Shi, Wang Zhaojun, Diaochan and Yang Guifei which adorn the walls of the restaurant upstairs while sliding doors inspired by the Chinese quadrangles have been used decoratively throughout the venue.
Hanging above the bar is a glamourous chandelier that lights up the space with its warm tone, contrasted by an apothecary cabinet that has found its new identity as a feature wall, giving Mod Bar that traditional touch. Its high tables are engraved with elegant Chinese Chess table settings, once again highlighting Chinese deeply-rooted culture within the space while guests sip cocktails from antique mugs.
<Chinese-inspired cocktails >
<Hungarian Mangalica Hogs with Honey Sauce>
<Crispy Salted Chicken>
<Sweet Mango, Sago and Pomelo Dessert>
<Sliced Peking Duck with caviar>
<Baked Crab Shell stuffed with fresh crab meat, onion and cheese>
<Tycoon Tann Signature Fried Rice with abalone, shrimps, crab meat,
Yunnan ham, Sergia lucens and conpoy>
Tried & Tested:
Design & Decor: 4/5
Food & Beverage: 3.5/5
Food & Beverage: 3.5/5
74 Wellington Street,
Central, Hong Kong
T: +852 3125 3228