Hidden Gem: This quaint new addition to the Western District neighborhood serves up modern European fare in a sophisticated yet approachable setting.
Look & Feel: Tucked onto a quiet street in Sai Ying Pun, the restaurant is unmissable for its royal blue wood facade with its name emblazoned in gold. Inside, the space is cosy yet elegant, with matching blue chairs and marble-topped tables.
On the Menu: The menu is divvied up into starters, sides, mains and desserts. Seafood and cold cuts feature prominently among the starters; think 24-month aged parma ham with mozzarella cheese and melon ($88) or blue mussel in white wine cream sauce ($78). Mains are pastas, risottos, seafood and meat dishes like angel hair pasta with tiger prawn and tomato sauce ($198) or slow-cooked New Zealand baby lamb rack with mashed potato and root vegetables ($298). There are also lunch sets that come with soup, a main, and a drink, with the option to add on an appetizer and/or dessert.
Great For: An intimate or romantic meal in a peaceful neighborhood.
FYI: The restaurant can also be booked out for private events.
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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.