Drink’s on Sevva’s 25th floor terrace in the heart of Central have been a Hong Kong must-do for the past 12 years. The iconic venue has been closed this summer for a major refurbishment and has now reopened to reveal stunning new interiors.

Harbourside at Sevva
Harbourside at SEVVA

The ceiling of SEVVA’s Harbourside dining room now showcases a unique sculptural installation. The kaleidoscopic floral dome is festooned with a hundred thousand silk flowers and 36 custom-made gypsy chandeliers in an explosion of colours. The patented chandeliers, each 1.7 metre long, feature over 76,000 pieces of hand-crafted crystals with over 10 shapes and 20 jewelled tones.

Taste bar at Sevva
Taste at SEVVA

Meanwhile the glamorous Taste Bar has been reconfigured and enlarged and now features a dazzling gold-leaf trim. And if you choose to take your cocktails on the terrace you can relax with background tunes courtesy of the upgraded world-class, concert-level German state-of-the-art sound system.

The Bankside dining room remains unchanged, retaining its timeless chic style.

SEVVA’S menu of East meets West dishes has also been injected with new dishes created by Australian award-winning chef Chase Kojima which include Pan-fried Coral Garoupa with Goma Ponzu, Wok-fried Boston Lobster with aka Miso, Nori Butter, Wakame & Kombuand many more. But never fear, many of the restaurants best loved signature dishes will remain unchanged.


SEVVA, Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Road, Central

2537 1388



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