Epicurean Delights: SAVVY showcases a mix of cuisines. So it’s ideal for the fussy family – or one could argue, the family with a diverse palette. You can try everything here on the menu that spans Chinese, Asian and Western backgrounds.
Look & Feel: Located within Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui, SAVVY is chic, much like its neighboring restaurants. It’s split into three zones – bar, lounge and restaurant. The bar is for snacking and cocktails, while the garden-like lounge is ideal for cakes and pastries from chef Jeff Lo. For those wanting to sit down and dine, the restaurant section is a comfortable space to enjoy a meal. Take a break from the outside world and retreat to this contemporary space for a meal in style – or namely, in a savvy manner.
On The Menu: SAVVY features dishes from regions in the east to the west. A la carte options include the delicious tuna tataki and an array of sustainable seafood, from pan-seared Norwegian salmon to king prawns. Tuck into Asian delicacies like the classic tom yum soup and spicy beef rendang for an aromatic kick. From the grill section, you can try the Australian wagyu steak and milk-fed lamb chops. There’s also a lunch menu available from Monday to Friday, offering a starter and main for HK$268. Plus, noodle lovers would be happy to know that there is a dedicated menu for this ingredient, spanning Chinese braised abalone to Malaysian laksa and Thai boat noodles. Sounds amazing, if you ask us!
Great For: Weekday lunches and weekend celebrations. PS, there’s also an afternoon tea menu.
FYI: The restaurant is part of Marco Polo Hotels. So judging from our experiences with their partner restaurants, we’re optimistic SAVVY is also set to impress!
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.