The Murray boasts some of the best restaurants in Central, Hong Kong, offering the most memorable dining and lifestyle experiences in the city.
From the stunning rooftop bar and restaurant, Popinjays, with its breath-taking views and private dining room, al fresco dining at Cotton Tree Terrace, the signature afternoon tea at Garden Lounge, The Tai Pan with its modern bistro menu and Murray Lane on the lobby level, The Murray's dining establishments are amongst the finest restaurants in town, presenting exceptional cuisines from around the world complemented by intuitive service in a relaxed yet refined ambience.
A thoughtfully curated beverage programme includes fine wines from exceptional vineyards, craft beers, creative cocktails, as well as artisanal coffee and teas to complete the epicurean experience.
In adherence to the government’s restrictions mandating the suspension of dine-in services from 6 p.m. until 5:59 a.m. daily, effective from 7 January 2022, we are pleased to offer alternative dining arrangements in your guestroom. Click here to view the in-room dining menu.
Our restaurants and bars welcome children of all ages, if accompanied by a parent or a responsible adult. It is the parent's responsibility to ensure the safety of his/her children.
The Murray, pet friendly and dog friendly Hong Kong Hotel, welcomes furry friends while their owners stay and dine with us. Click here to view our Pet Policy.
Note to guests
As directed by the latest government Covid-19 guidelines, our restaurants and bars are adopting the below modes of operation:
The Tai Pan, Garden Lounge, Cotton Tree Terrace and Murray Lane can accommodate up to 4 guests per table before 6 p.m.
Popinjays and Popinjays Bar (with food consumption) can cater to 6 guests per table before 6 p.m.
Banquet events at Niccolo Room can seat up to 240 guests, where each table accommodates up to six guests before 6 p.m.
Popinjays, The Tai Pan, Garden Lounge and Murray Lane are also certified with an air change rate of above 6 times per hour, which meets the government’s ventilation requirements.