3 Michelin starred restaurant in Hong Kong's busy centre serving highly creative dishes and displaying extremely good value for lunch
This was a highly creative affair as its title would suggest and I was genuinely surprised at the flavours, some of which were ones I had never had before. The whole tasting menu was clever and original with pleasing flavours and aspects of fun, namely a tomato that was not a tomato, drinking a celebration soup to the gods as you needed to arch right back to get the liquid out of the flask and a vegetable ‘shot’ encased within its own gel. I certainly would not recommend here for dinner as the interior looks more like a café than a restaurant but for a value lunch with genuinely high end flavours at 3 Michelin starred level, this is the way forward here.
However the real stars of this show was the pan fried foie gras with apple sorbet and pepper which was superbly done and the wagyu beef with truffled macaroni – these two dishes were straight from the Gods and they, with the overall price of the menu being so reasonable (£50 per head for the tasting menu) made it an absolute bargain. The only real aspect of a disappointment being the abrupt service we had with one of the seemingly senior waiters on the floor (poor interpersonal skill and did not make any effort to engage in a fun manner or want to listen to requests).
Food Grade: 89%
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