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I love Indian... JoJo Mess Club Review
JoJo Mess Club.
I love Indian food and this restaurant is close to my office in Wan Chai District.
The environment is basic, but clean and the staff are real friendly
It is excellent value - every Wednesday and Friday they have a buffet lunch for HK$75 (USD10)per head, including a half-pint of beer.
The buffet has a good selection: poppadums, samosas, pakoras, lamb kebab, chicken tikka, lamb rogan josh, chicken massala, an aubergine (eggplant) dish, pulao rice, naan, chutneys etc.The food can be spiced to your liking.
Directions: 1/F, Blk 3, 86 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Tel : 2527-3776
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Va Bene is one of Hong Kong's leading Italian restaurants, the award-winning Va Bene in Lan Kwai Fong, is well known for it's consistent quality and authenticity of its cuisine as well as for its stylish, lively ambience and fashionable clientele. Designed in the style of a neighbourhood trattoria in Italy, Va Bene offers a menu of provincial cuisine prepared with only the best Italian products. Signature dishes include the Carciofi (fresh articokes) deep fried in olive oil and Linguine con Vangole all Napoletana (Linguine with imported clams and tormato or white wine sauce). Va Bene serves a daily set business luncheon priced at HK$148.00 + 10% service.
Directions: Address : 58-62 D'Aguilar Street, Central District
Tel : 2845-5577
Fax : 2537-6886
A fine example of how far British cuisine has developed in world terms. The chefs here take traditional ingredients like beef, pastry and potatoes but serve them up in an aesthetically pleasing, waistline-preserving way. More taste, less fat – until the desserts arrive, like good old bread and butter pudding. Soho Soho's cosy and attracts a mixed Chinese/expat clientele.
Directions: 9 Old Bailey Street, Central, HK Island (2147 2618). Central MTR (exit D1, D2)/Mid-Levels Escalator/ buses along Hollywood Road & Caine Road.
Main courses HK$120-$180.
The entrance is almost cave-like, but the interior is elegant and ideal for a romantic meal or friends' get together. The Gallic staff are knowledgeable about their cuisine, which is classic French, and have been running the restaurant for 15 years. The pièce de resistance is the tournedos rossini (beef fillet in a port and shallot sauce with duck liver). Heavy but delicious. On the lighter side there are a good range of fish dishes, including sole and monkfish. For dessert, the soufflé and profiteroles are wonderful. The wine list has more than 200 choices.
Directions: 45A Graham Street, Central, HK Island (2523 5459). Mid-Levels Escalator/26 bus.
Open Bar 11am-11pm Mon-Sat. Restaurant noon-2.30pm, 7-10.30pm Mon-Sat.
Main courses HK$165-$215.
A window on Lan Kwai Fong. Dining here is not for those trying to shun the public glare, but it's not too flash either. The food leans towards Provence, from where the chef hails, and is good solid Gallic fare. Some say it is overpriced, but the prime location may explain that.
Directions: UG/F, California Tower, 30-32 D'Aguilar Street, Central, HK Island (2526 3880). Central MTR (exit D1, G)/12M, 13, 23A, 40M, 43 bus.
Open noon-3pm, 7-10.30pm Mon-Thur; noon-3pm, 7-11pm Fri, Sat; 7-10.
ToTT's Asian Grill & Bar is located on the top floor of the spectacular Excelsior Hotel in the heart of Causway Bay, Hong Kong Island. With spectacular 270 degree panoramic views over Victoria Harbour, Tott's is a vibrant restaurant and bar featuring both exciting dining and live international entertainment, all within the surroundings of an upbeat and stylish atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: ToTT's specializes is Asian Fusion food (East meets West). The dishes are tasty and nicely sized.
Other Contact: Not cheap, but the view is worth
Ruth's servs primarily U.S. Prime Steak. Ruth's Chris steak is never frozen, so it's exceptionally tender and flavorful. Individual steaks are broiled to diners' tastes, and served sizzling. Portions are large from 8 to 40 ounces!!! In addition to U.S. Prime beef, the menu includes select fresh seafood and other meat entrees. A variety of fresh-cooked vegetables, including 5 kinds of potatoes, salads with dressings made fresh daily, and homemade desserts such as Bourbon Bread Pudding complete the offerings.
Directions: G/F, Empire Centre, Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui. Opening Hours: 12noon-3:30pm?C6pm-11:30pm
Other Contact: This is not a cheap place but th
Nothing really special about this restaurant which is situated on the 'restaurant strip' in Stanley Market, Hong Kong Island. Good wholesome English grub though!!
The Dickens bar has been around for ages and currently has somewhat of an understated sports bar theme to it. Always very lively at night, you can always find plenty of British Airways cabin crew proping the bar from about 7.00pm onwards.
Favorite Dish: Curry and typical pub snacks.
Directions: Basement of the Excelsior Hotel, 281 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay
Tel : 2837-6782
Open Hour : 6am-12mn
Apretty good semi openair and reasonably priced Italian eating joint.
Favorite Dish: Pasta, pasta and more pasta.
Address: Stanley Market.
Other Contact: Go on Sunday as the road in fron
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