Food and drink
To give you a vague outline - there is a cellar crammed with vintage vino; an ageing room equally full of imported meats and cheeses; truffles (in season) peeled at your table.
It's glitzy and glamorous. Italian is Hong Kong's most popular "foreign" food, and they come here every night to pay unqualified tribute.
This is one of those regrettably all too rare restaurants where only some time afterwards do you stop yourself and say "Wow, the service was amazing too".
It's difficult to get more Central - on top of the MTR and a cruet-toss from Statue Square.
If it's a romantic celebration, sort out who's paying first. A conservative estimate is HK$1,000 per head.
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