Yardbird is a modern yakitori eatery. The restaurant is the brainchild of chef Matt Abergel, whose repertoire includes establishments like Massa in New York and Zuma in Hong Kong. In fact, Yardbird does have a distinct New York City vibe with its sleek, minimalist lines and black-clad servers. Though Yardbird does offer a variety of chicken skewers, the menu also has dishes that use each and every part of the bird - neck, wings, skin et al. Stand-out items on the restaurant's menu include the chicken breast skewers, the chicken meatball served with an egg yolk dipping sauce, the kimchi fried cauliflower and the crispy chicken fried rice. Also on offer are innovative, expertly mixed cocktails like Whiskey Lemonade and a variety of wine, sake and beer.
Situé au sein du Grand Hyatt, le Grissini est un des plus célèbres restaurants de la ville. D'énormes colonnes en marbre noir, des voûtes et un magnifique plancher en bois ornent ce lieu. Un restauarnt pour déguster des risottos, du loup accompagné de ses olives noirs et ses pignons ou encore un délicieux gigot d'agneau. Le service est courtois et efficace, et les plats proposés sont parfaits pour les fins gourmets à gros budget.
Une atmosphère qui rappele un hôtel cinq étoiles, avec des services de qualité. En plus de cela, il possède un des restaurants les plus connus de la ville. Le menu comprend des plats venus du monde entier, comme par exemple salades, viandes et possions. Laissez vous surprendre par ses spécialités indiennes, comme le tandoori de poulet mariné au yaourt et fines herbes. Vous serez installé dans ce qui est considèrè comme l'ancienne station de pousse-pousse du sommet de Victoria. Vous poyvez aussi prendre place sur les tables en extérieure.
Un peu cher, mais très authentique, ce bar iralndais vaut le détour. La foule s'enflamme dès que commence un match de football ou de rugby. Si vous préférez rester éloigné de cette horde de supporters, le bar offre aussi des coins beaucoup plus intimes. De temps en temps, ont lieu des lectures de poèmes. Mais le moment phare de l'année est bien sûr la St Patrick. Les plats servis sont à base de ragoût de pommes de terre, de tourtes, suivis d'un grand choix de desserts, accompagnés de la fameuse Kilkenny.
Le Salon De Thé de Joël Robuchon is modeled on a French tea salon and has a menu that offers afternoon high tea sets along with a variety of sandwiches, pastries and other bakery items. This tea salon is tucked away in a corner on the third floor of the luxurious Landmark building, and is dominated by a bakery counter that showcases the salon’s numerous sweet temptations. Indulging in afternoon high tea is a well-entrenched Hong Kong tradition that has been handed down from colonial times, and the scrumptious high tea sets at Joël Robuchon feature all the usual trimmings like freshly baked lemon raisin scones, delicate finger sandwiches and many delicious pastries and macaroons. There is seating for approximately twenty patrons. -Anjeeta Nayar
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Hong Kong's Alexandra house, is the Italian restaurant and bar, 8.5 Otto e Mezzo Bombana. The restaurant which is associated with famed chef, Umberto Bombana, considered to be the best Italian chefs in Asia. This place has a well demarcated lounge and dining area also offers the truly awe-inspiring creations of well-known mixologist, Giancarlo Mancino. The menu at the restaurant features many of Bombana's signature creations, like lobster and mozzarella Salad in Caviar dressing, pumpkin ravioli, crispy pear tart and many white truffle anointed dishes. This place is immensely popular with Bombana's adoring fans, so why not try 8.5 Otto e Mezzo Bombana yourself? - Anjeeta Nayar
Maxim's Palace City Hall is a dim sum lover's delight. Its traditional decor is complemented by its authentic service where freshly prepared dishes are carted around in trolleys. Their massive dining hall, which is always bustling with people, is elegant with huge chandeliers and large windows. Savor their delicious Cantonese delights and dim sum options which have won several awards over the years.
Dot Cod Seafood Restaurant and Oyster Bar is an informal restaurant that is a popular after work hangout in the business heavy Central district. Dot Cod sports a casual minimalist look that features fish tanks and several Giacometti-inspired sculptures which serve as lighting accents. The menu at Dot Cod, as its name suggests, features much seafood and fish and includes various small bites along with hearty mains. Notable items on the menu include the Cajun Dusted Calamari, the Crab and Sweet Corn Soup, Crab Cannelloni and Butter Roasted Fillet of Beef. Additionally, Dot Cod also offers a variety of fresh catch dishes which can be prepared according to your individual tastes and preferences. -Anjeeta Nayar
Some of Hong Kong's most important business deals have been conducted in this classy restaurant; you too can share in the power, as well as sample some of the best Western cuisines in the city. The clean, simple decor of the dining lounge adds to the Mandarin Grill & Bar appeal, and the simple, classic cuisine is a big part of the restaurant's charm. There is a fantastic selection of seafood dishes, featuring preparations from every corner of the globe. Other great choices include the perfectly cooked sirloin steak.
Sevva is the brainchild of Hong Kong restaurateur, Bonnie Gokson, who has converted a sprawling penthouse atop an upscale fashion mall, the Prince’s Building, into one of Hong Kong’s most highly coveted nightspots. The stunning Sevva extends over twenty-two thousand square feet and is partitioned into diverse dining spaces. The Taste Bar serves up a dazzling array of wines and cocktails along with eclectic finger foods; the Harbourside is an elegant dining room where the menu features a mix of Western and Eastern dishes; and the Bankside offers a more formal dining setting. Sevva is also equipped with an immensely popular outdoor terrace which offers stunning views of the city’s business district and harbor.
China Club's ambiance harks back to the golden age of the city of Shanghai, and is housed in the Old Bank of China building. Operated as a members-only exclusive club, the restaurant is adorned with expensive Chinese art and antiquities, old-fashioned marble topped tables and other archetypal accouterments. Founded by renowned entrepreneur, Sir David Tang, the Hong Kong China Club has siblings in cities like Singapore and Peking and offers a menu that features several Cantonese cuisine favorites like char siu (barbecued pork), stir fried tripe in XO sauce and Peking duck along with a wide variety of dim sum. The China Club extends over two levels and is equipped with a bar that features live music in the evenings. -Anjeeta Nayar
Perennial Chinese authentic favorites, not all from Beijing, make this place a big hit among locals and tourists. Large groups will appreciate the promptness with which dishes are served and whisked away. Classics such as Peking duck, mock goose, cold chicken in rice wine sauce, chicken in lemon sauce and fried prawns in chili sauce are just as delicious as the less famous alternatives of hot and sour soup and beggar's chicken.