Hong Kong Travel Guide / May 24, 2017
Dragon-I Image credit: Dragon-i
  • Cover Charge
    100 – 300 HKD ($13 - $39)
  • Drink Prices
    130 HKD for beer ($17)
  • Opening Hours
    17:00 – 04:00, Daily
  • Location
    UG/F, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
  • Phone
    +852 3110 1222


  • Chinese-Japanese fusion cuisine to complement signature cocktails: Dragon-I is an excellent place to go for partygoers who want to fill their tummies before downing cocktails. Famous for its extensive dimsum and dumpling lunch menu, it is also a go-to place for gastronomic adventurists looking for indulgent food to pair with their drinks such as gold-embellished Kobe beef tartare, abalone and lobster salad, and an assortment of sushi.
  • Where clubbers dress to impress: Partygoers take advantage of the strict dress code policy, and make it a point to dress to the nines for a night of reckless abandon. Regular clubbers include models, expats, and social media celebrities showing off their camera-ready OOTDs. These beautiful people start pouring in at 1am, obviously not having a Cinderella curfew imposed on them.
  • Mainstream music that everyone can sing and dance along to: It’s always great discovering new music, but sometimes, the best clubbing experience is where you can sing and dance along to every single track – and that’s usually what you get at Dragon-I. Hip hop, R’n’B, and EDM are on heavy rotation the whole week round. The party gets even better, of course, when international DJ’s make an appearance and spoil club goers with the hottest hits.
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