Must visitWe have visited this place on a business trip to HK with two associates. We have found this place from Michelin guide as 1* winner restaurant. This place is divides in two areas, restaurant-sitting area and bar. It seemed strange that there was nobody sitting in the restaurant through all our visit despite the fact that the bar was quite busy on weekday. The decor is modern tavern with rustic touches but this place is all about the food. Inspired by the American cuisine but the re-engineering of classic American dishes like chicken wings and the nachos, some surprising dishes like the smoked cauliflower or the foie burgers and finally the main dishes we have tried the veal chop and the "fishnchips" snapper make this one of my highly recommended in HK. The price was good for HK standards.
Great for a drink after Tai YuanBig open windows allow you to people watch while sipping a vast array of ales and spirits. The restaurant toward the back looks relaxed and inviting, though we didnt stay for dinner.The bartenders English rates excellent and the crowd consisted mainly of expats. Their free wifi made scouting the nearby map a breeze. We would definitely go again, and likely take in a meal whenever we found ourselves homesick.
Highly recommendedoff the beaten track hipster eatery with fresh produce well cooked in USA style. Good wine list. Fantastic service.
Good but not perfect What stood out was the very good service- from the moment we arrived the staff were attentive and informative about the menu. The menu is interesting. We had the pigs head nachos which whilst tasty were a little too salty and some parts rather chewy! The fried artichoke hearts were delicious. I felt the beet salad had been marinated for rather too long and therefore were very sharp and unfortunately the accompaniments of the goats cheese and caramelised cashews were a little too small to accompany the large portions of beetroot. The quinoa "risotto" was a great idea and had the perfect combination of flavours and the vegetables still had a good bite to them. For pudding we shared the red velvet cake which was delicious- I am still trying to work out how they layered the cake, cheesecake and brûlée. It was not too sweet which was great. Overall I felt they have the makings of being really great but were let down by a few dishes which whilst still very enjoyabl...
Yummy ipaI stumbled across this place with a friend and was immediately excited by the fact that it had proper beer, it is fairly tucked away but a really nice atmosphere, chilled out and friendly (I know its a bit of a cop out but it reminds me of an upmarket pub/bar back home) it is a bit expensive but then so are lots of things in Hong Kong and with delicious drinks, friendly service and great music- what more could you want!