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A LEGEND THAT BEGAN WITH THE WORLD EXPO

Asia's first World Expo was held in Osaka in 1970. Maxim's Founder and Honorary Chairman James Wu set up a Cantonese restaurant at the Hong Kong Pavilion to present authentic Hong Kong cuisine to the world. Visitors were impressed with ...it the acclaim of being one of the "Top 10 World Expo restaurants”. This huge success inspired Mr. Wu to open a Chinese restaurant of his own, and thus in 1971 the first Maxim's Cantonese restaurant is born - Jade Garden.

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1971: OUR BEGINNING

The Jade Garden Flagship Store was set at 4/F, Star House, Tsim Sha Tsui, in the proximity of pottery and handicraft shops. This cultural and artisanal ambience is what inspired its name: "Jade Garden". Jade Garden was in many ways ...ways a pioneer back in the day - it was one of the few "upstairs" Chinese restaurants of its era, and has also set the benchmark for modern Cantonese fare with its "Chinese Cuisines, Western Services" ideals and mouthwatering Cantonese classics.

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DESIGN

Jade Garden’s flagship store in Star House, offering a mesmerising, 180-degree view of Victoria Harbour, is the ultimate dining destination for locals and visitors to enjoy traditional and modern Cantonese fare in. The ceiling, meanwhile, features a meandering lighting design ...resembles the Pearl River, the source of the region’s produce. Within, the restaurant’s new design takes inspiration from bamboo steamers integral to creating dim sum, with lattice-like patterns adorning the main entrance, the wallcoverings, as well as in the furniture throughout.

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