Comfort Food: Nope, this is not an homage to Bond, James Bond. The Tai Hang spot aims to build bonds by making you feel at home with a family-style menu and laid-back vibe.
Look & Feel: BOND has settled onto the quiet, second-floor terrace of Little Tai Hang apartment complex, offering a mix of indoor and outdoor seating. It’s a familiar industrial wood-meets-metal look inside, but you can’t argue with the spacious terrace.
Meet the Chef: Chef Hugo Cheung has worked at Kee Club, Isola, and Joia.
On the Menu: An eclectic mix of around-the-world flavors, such as French onion soup, slow-cooked USDA baby back ribs and homemade truffle spaghetti with aged prosciutto and parmesan. Also look out for the buffet brunch on weekends.
FYI: Bond is from the restaurateur behind Three Monkeys, Shimo, Chibee Chicken and Beer, and Sushi Gin.
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.