Such Great Heights: Moon Yue offers Cantonese classics with a contemporary, international twist amidst elevated surrounds with a stunning view to match.
Look & Feel: Perched on the 28th floor of the Cubus skyscraper in Causeway Bay, Moon Yue is a moody, 2,000sqft establishment done up all in black, rose, and gold. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a perfect panoramic view while a cocktail bar runs the length of one side of the space.
On the Menu: There’s a wealth of Chinese dishes to choose from, but standouts include the Moon Yue lobster ($1,188), either fried in salted egg yolk or stir-fried Shunde-style with milk, and the crispy-skin fried chicken in two ways ($438). There are also small plates, appetizers, soups, and rice and noodle dishes, as well as vegan and vegetarian versions of local favorites, such as the vegan BBQ pork with honey sauce ($188). An array of cocktails accompany the food.
The restaurant’s set lunch ranges from $128 to $188 per person, while dinner sees a $388 six-course menu and $588 and $888 eight-course tasting menus.
Great For: A fancy feast for a special occasion.
FYI: Add on $288 during dinner for free-flow Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut until the end of August, 2020.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.