This trendy spot is all about Italian home-style food and natural/organic wines. Dishes are designed for sharing and the menu changes daily to reflect what’s available/in season. Great spot for dinner with friends.
The interior is inspired by the restaurant’s former life as a meat warehouse, bare brickwork and exposed pipes blend well with elegent styling. Good atmosphere, attentive service, up and coming location. Great with kids too as there is a play area.
Al Molo has stunning views from TST over the Hong Kong skyline and offers Italian cuisine from celebrity chef, Michael White. The weekend set brunch is fabulous, with a huge selection of cold cuts, salads, cheese and soups to start with delicious main course and dessert.
Amico offers delicious Italian cuisine, including a tasting menu for only $398 for 5 generous courses. Combined with good service, a warm ambience and high quality food, this is an ideal venue for a relaxed dinner or special occasion.
Fine dining Italian Seafood Restaurant in Sai Kung featuring high quality Imported Seafood, Wines and Specialty Italian Products. Also sells Italian deli items. Opening hours: Dinner 6pm-10pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday Saturday 12pm – 4pm
Cecconi’s is an Elgin Street favourite, which shows when trying to get a table on the weekend. The atmosphere is cosy with low lighting, and the service is usually good. The menu features a good selection of Italian food , which is well flavoured and presented with a modern twist.
Brim 28 is full of some of Hong Kong’s best known dining brands. DiVino patio is from the same group as Carpaccio and Spasso and offers al fresco dining alongside a warm and cosy restaurant which attempts to recreate the traditional Italian grocery store of the 1950’s. The food is rustic; large hunks of bread