One of the most successful private clubs in town, Kee is generally a pretty exclusive kind of a place to gain access to, even for the most wily drinkers amongst us. Firstly, try to kidnap yourself a member to escort you in; if that doesn’t work, then book tickets to one of the monthly nights put on by Hong Kong's top house and techno promoters Small & Tall. In the past six months these guys have rocked the normally pretty civilized house into the early hours with the likes of Damien Lazarus, Art Department, Jamie Jones and Lee Burridge to name a few. Naughty.
Drinks are expensive (a glass of Champagne will set you back around £25), but who cares, considering they bring it to you on the dance floor without you even having to break step. That’s some pimping partying.
But don’t get the wrong impression of this place: it ain’t no wild dance club in its normal operating hours. It’s renowned for its connection with the art world - where else can you get killer cocktails while ogling a couple Picassos? Packed full of antiques, African sculptures and art from around the globe, order a brandy in one of the secret salons and make like you’re an old world colonial explorer.
The restaurant also has most excellent dim sum at lunch and a contemporary European menu for dinner.