HKCC Spinners

The Hong Kong Cricket Club on Wong Nei Chung Gap Road remodelled both of its dining facilities. In the process, the coffee shop and main dining room changed ends and the two were re-launched as Spinners, for casual family get-togethers, and, for more formal dining, The Long Room, serving haute cuisine.

Among many references to the noble game, Spinners features a pre-function area in leather and willow.

Closer inspection of the detailing of the leather chairs reveals cricket ball stitching in red and yellow leather.

The screen between the pre-function and dining area suggests 3 stumps at either end of a wicket.

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The Hong Kong Cricket Club on Wong Nei Chung Gap Road remodelled both of its dining facilities. In the process, the coffee shop and main dining room changed ends and the two were re-launched as Spinners, for casual family get-togethers, and, for more formal dining, The Long Room, serving haute cuisine.

Among many references to the noble game, Spinners features a pre-function area in leather and willow.

Closer inspection of the detailing of the leather chairs reveals cricket ball stitching in red and yellow leather.

The screen between the pre-function and dining area suggests 3 stumps at either end of a wicket.