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The Chinnery’s secluded location, tucked away on the first floor of Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, contributes to its club-like atmosphere and makes it the perfect place to unwind and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Named after the famous British artist George Chinnery, The Chinnery is decorated with deep upholstered armchairs, green leather banquettes and warm wood panelling. It was one of the first restaurants in the city to serve traditional British cuisine for lunch and dinner with perfectly executed favourites such as bangers and cottage pie, fish and chips and pork pie on the extensive and tempting menu.