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By Jasmine Hung | October 11th, 2022
  • Restaurant
  • East Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Address: G/F, Unit 1-6, 45, 46,62 Mody Road,East Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Website: https://www.chesshouserestaurants.com/
  • Open Hours: Monday-Friday: 5 pm-1 am; Saturday-Sunday: 12 pm-late
  • Capacity: 140
  • Open Since: September 29th, 2022
  • Phone: 2721 3600
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean
  • Ambience: Casual

Al fresco Mediterranean delight: Injecting a dose of comforting Mediterranean dining into Tsim Sha Tsui East’s vibrant waterfront, Mulino channels relaxing seaside vibes with its cozy lighting, rattan furniture and mouthwatering menu filled with authentic Mediterranean flavors.

Look & Feel: Traditional brick walls on the facade and interior walls pay homage to traditional Mediterranean homes. The interior is captured with earthy brown and dark timber hues matched with leather banquette seating. The standalone cocktail bar is decorated in dark timber wreathed by a wooden textured bar front and matched with a Venetian plaster wall. The space delivers rustic sophistication and is ready to transport every guest to a charming Mediterranean village.

Mulino Hong Kong

On The Menu: The restaurant captures the Mediterranean essence with comforting dishes that are ideal for sharing, with many unique elements – including charcoal chargrill cooker – for guests to enjoy the perfect seared meats and succulent seafood with a touch of smokiness.

Mulino Hong Kong
Image: Mulino (Tableside Mutabal, The Butcher Cut, Pan-seared Seabream)

With a focus on fresh flavors and top-quality ingredients, Mulino presents an array of starters and mains with seafood, meat, and vegetarian options. From fresh seafood to handmade pasta and succulent cuts of US Black Angus beef, you’ll have more than enough options to pair with one of their excellent cocktails.

Mulino Hong Kong
Image: Mulino (Zaatar Beets Salad, Mulino Roast Chicken, Risotto Verde)

Great For: Group dining, weekend brunch

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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.