Green Scene: Restaurant and entertainment venue Urban Park is out to freshen up the Tsim Sha Tsui dining scene with modern European cuisine, contemporary interiors and a spacious outdoor terrace.
Look & Feel: The chic space covers 3,000 square feet, including an open kitchen, bar and open-air grassy terrace.
Meet the Chef: Executive Chef Dicky Chan Prior made waves at The American Club and the Conrad before joining Urban Park.
On the Menu: Sharing plates take inspiration from all over Europe, including signature dishes such as prawns and scallop ceviche ($129), slow-cooked duck ravioli ($149), 40-hour whole bone-in beef ribs ($489) and a grilled catch of the day ($329).
Great For: Private parties, picnics, fresh(ish) air and fresh food.
FYI: Look for more than just food — Urban Park is launching its own series of sunset yoga and DJ gigs. There’s also another branch landing in Sheung Wan in December 2015.
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.