Food and drink
Here's a menu that's fun to browse, not least for its Baroque layout; oysters, vegetarian, salads, mains and dishes created especially for sharing are all available. That 10 Champagnes are on offer gives you some idea of the cellar.
Everyone waxes lyrical about the French Fries.
Something of the atmosphere of a French brasserie lends itself here. A lot of nearby residents treat PR as an extension of their dining room.
Staff are crisp and smart and clearly enjoying themselves.
Hollywood Road once meant just antiques - but the food side is catching on as the nightlife/entertainment areas of SoHo (South of Hollywood Road) and BoHo (Below Hollywood Road) expand.
It's HK$350 a head or so, assuming you don't make a pig of yourself (bottle of Dom Perignon Rose HK$4,350!).
- Families with teenagers
- Chilling out