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Flint serves an executive set lunch and an elevated set dinner on weekdays, with delectable, seasonal dining. Presented with an exceptional level of finesse and paired with the fine wines handpicked by our talented sommelier, the delectable dishes are a perfect testament of chef’s creativity and...
Shiro’s innovative Japanese menus are inspired by fresh ingredients and modern techniques. Located in Pacific Place, the restaurant offers a tranquil all-day dining space with the interiors reflecting elegant zen simplicity - the essence of Japanese dining.
WELCOME TO EMMER PIZZERIA & CAFÉFROM ANCIENT GRAINS TO MODERN PIZZA, WE ARE EMMER.Our name is our beginning: Emmer an ancient, organic heritage grain, which we blend with rye and good Italian flour. These hand-selected grains are lower in gluten, and higher in nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins...
Man Ho Chinese Restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily, offering authentic Chinese fare, home-made dim sum, live seafood and exquisite ingredients. It also offers an extensive tea list sourced locally and a wide range of quality wines from around the world thoughtfully selected by the...
This seafood restaurant is a true hidden oasis here in Hong Kong, serving daily fresh catch selections in a stylish al fresco setting. Don't forget to treat yourself to signature cocktails at the hotel's trendy Pool Lounge.
Kakure (隠) is a Japanese restaurant specializing in traditional Japanese-eccentric menu. Featuring Ginza-style sushi using red vinegar with ingredients handpicked by an appointed individual buyer at Toyosu that delivered to Hong Kong daily and live seafood tanks in the restaurant, Kakure offers a...
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