Food and drink
The cellar brims with Champagne and fine wine, and there's a respectable selection of more ordinary labels as well. This is classic Robatayaki territory, with grilled meats and fish aplenty.
Hong Kong tends to demolish old buildings: that this one was saved, and skilfully converted, is a real source of pleasure. One of numerous eateries in the immediate vicinity, it's got a great atmosphere thanks as much to its decor as its staff and clientele.
The service is punctilious and deferential: even more so if your face is well known.
It's part of a heritage development at the southern tip of Tsim Sha Tsui. Well on the tourist trail, but - thanks to its owner - something of a celeb hang-out too.
Gulp. HK$1,500 per person. And that's without alcohol. Gulp again.
Tables to book
Sit up at the bar, and the chef will present your food on a paddle. Fun!
- Families with teenagers
- Design and architecture