Shortly after launching Le Petit Saigon, Black Sheep Restaurants is returning to Central with the New Punjab Club, its 15th dining establishment.
Opening this month, the Wyndham Street restaurant is a personal project of the group’s co-founder Syed Asim Hussain, a proud Punjabi himself, reports Hong Kong Tatler. It pays homage to the original Punjab Club, an athletic organisation to which Hussain belonged during his childhood. It is also a tribute to his father, who owned Hong Kong ’80s hotspot The Mughal Room.
Designed by Sean Dix of Dix Design+Architecture, Hong Kong, and seating 40 guests, the restaurant will introduce interpretations of traditional Punjab classics, including items prepared in restored tandoor ovens from the Mughal Room.