Hidden Fine-Dine: Nestled in Tai Hang, private kitchen AnOther Place aims to create Asian-inspired French cuisine in a speakeasy-like setting.
Look & Feel: Tucked into an industrial building, AnOther Place is divided into three sections. Besides the main dining area, there’s a lounge with a terrace, plus a wine store dubbed the Hip Wine Library. With a sleek, sexy decor, you’ll all but forget this is an industrial building — that is, if the great views of Kowloon Bay don’t distract you first.
Meet the Chef: American chef David Myers has run a number of restaurants all over the US and beyond, including Adrift at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
On the Menu: Asian-inspired French fare in a four- ($680) or six-course ($880) spread. Expect to sample dishes like cured salmon with Sichuan peppercorn, kabocha pumpkin soup, and kumamoto wagyu beef rump steak.
Great For: Hosting your own BYOB dinner party (call to book).
FYI: Catch jazz concerts featuring local artists, put on occasionally on Fridays evenings. It’s BYOB!
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop will update this post once we’ve visited in person.