Danny Yip, founder of The Chairman, at his restaurant’s new location in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood. The new space has been made to feel like home through the addition of plants, art and cookbooks. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Danny Yip, founder of The Chairman, at his restaurant’s new location in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood. The new space has been made to feel like home through the addition of plants, art and cookbooks. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong Michelin-star Cantonese restaurant The Chairman’s founder on moving locations and making the new place feel like home

  • The Chairman, a Michelin-star Cantonese restaurant in Hong Kong, recently moved to a new space in Central, made homely with plants, cookbooks and art
  • Founder Danny Yip explains the decor and its new menu, shortened for a more focused experience – guests choose their dishes a few days in advance

Danny Yip, founder of The Chairman, at his restaurant’s new location in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood. The new space has been made to feel like home through the addition of plants, art and cookbooks. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Danny Yip, founder of The Chairman, at his restaurant’s new location in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood. The new space has been made to feel like home through the addition of plants, art and cookbooks. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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