Thanks for all the info guys.. Im planning to go to the Drawing Room this Dec. I choose TDR because its in Causeway Bay area, close to the hotel where I'll be staying, since my itinerary for Italian food is on the very last night, so I choose the one that is nearby so that I have time for packing.. Hows the quality there lately? Is it still good? Do they change the menu often? Do they have a la carte menu as well?
Im looking for a good Japanese Yakiniku place in HK. Something like the photo I attached here. I have eaten many times in Singapore (Tajimaya) and Sydney (Rengaya) and would like to try the good ones in HK. Please advice..
Thanks ewlung, Megu is quite interesting.. Is it similar to Zuma/Nobu in terms of price?
So steakhouse, have you found any that you like? I also would like to know, since I'll be in HK for 10days, so I can still put steakhouse into my dining itinerary :) I went to Stonegrill last year, it was just okay, nothing special.. Do let me know, if you find a good steakhouse..
I will be travelling to HK this Dec. My cousin told me that Da Domenico is good, but super expensive (ie. pasta for hkd500). I love pasta but I dont think hkd500 for pasta is reasonable, although Im really temped to try DD. So any suggestion for reasonable-price Italian? I tried Isola at IFC, and I think the food there was just okay. How about Gaia? Tried to browse their web but they didnt mention the price.
Im going to HK this December for holiday and of course the food :) I need recommendation for good Japanese (hot dishes not sushi) food. I heard that Zuma is pretty good (I have tried Nobu before and loved it). Whats the price range per head in Zuma? The must-eat dishes? Are there any more places to choose? Also Im looking for a good yakiniku place..
Thanks e_ting !! Im planning to go to either one for dinner. Which one is recommended for dinner? In terms of taste and price. Do you normally go for the tasting menu or ala carte or they only have tasting?
Hi, Im going to HK & Macau this December and would like to try the Robuchon restaurant. Whats the different between L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon in HK and Robuchon a Galera in Macau? Which one is better? I know that the one in Macau got 3Michelin stars and HK only got 2 stars, but if any of you has tried both, please share with me.. From the official web, the one on Macau looks better (i.e the decoration). Whats the different in price as well?