Spicy Good: Sichuan food is always a crowd favorite in Hong Kong, and now fans of the cuisine can add Shu K to their list of places to satisfy those mala cravings. Priding itself as a restaurant that marries “numbing, hot, fresh and savory” flavors, Shu K brings to us traditional dishes with flair.
Look & Feel: Expect a classy decor, inspired by the gardens of Chengdu’s mansions, complete with views of the harbor.
On the Menu: Expect rich, spicy classics: Sauteed sliced beef with scallion and black garlic ($188); kung pao chicken ($178); stir-fried diced chicken with chili. There are also sauteed greens like stir-fried bitter gourd with bamboo shoots ($158) and stewed fresh asparagus with matsutake ($198).
Great For: Business lunches and dinners and special occasions.
FYI: The restaurant is the brainchild of the team behind Deng G Bistro & Baijiu Bar.
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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.