Food and drink
It's easier to say what's not on the menu (chicken feet, for a start) than what is. The cheese and wine selections go on for pages, and there's a good charcuterie selection too. Caviar, spaghetti, cheese on toast, sausage sarnie - you get the idea.
It's very informal, and highly popular with expats who are relishing Sai Kung's upsurge in up-scale eating out.
The staff appear to like coming here as much as the clientele; and they are knowledgeable about cheese and wine as well.
It's between Fuk Man Street and Wan King Path - look at the map if you don't believe me. Sai Kung's got a lovely resort style feel to it, with a golf course on an offshore island and plenty of boutiques tucked into its alleyways. Funny to think it used to be a hotbed of Communism in the 1960s.
HK$350 a head should cover most options.
Also in Central, Sheung Wan, Wan Chai and Tai Hang.
- Families with teenagers
- Chilling out