Seafood with a View: We have yet another seafood-themed restaurant sinking its claws into Hong Kong island. This time, it’s an 8,000-square-foot giant in Causeway Bay by the name of Seafood Room (in case it wasn’t clear enough).
Look & Feel: Gorgeous views of the city are the key selling point at Seafood Room. The floor-to-ceiling windows in this sky-high venue are accompanied by marine blue cushions, under-the-sea green walls, and a mix of wooden and warm metal elements. Oh, and there’s a rooftop bar.
On the Menu: Good luck trying to decide on what to order from chef James Cornwall’s menu, which is split into 12 sections, each representing a different style. Think raw seafood like ceviches and sashimi, mixed seafood platters and seafood-based pasta. Cocktails will be whipped up by mixologist Match Chan, a 5-star-hotel veteran.
Great For: Pescatarians, swank business dinners.
FYI: Seafood room was designed by Russian architect Natalia Belonogova.
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.