Although the ceilings are lower than one might like in a restaurant, the space is designed to draw the eye outward, toward translucent silky panels that overlap to form a poetic moire.
Service is mostly attentive and the luncheon fare was diverse enough to meet the needs of a party of 3 with varying tastes. Appetizers are sufficient to combine two for a satisfying lunch. The salmon was served in a manner that struck me as halfway between lox and sushi - a delightful surprise. The cream of onion soup was delicate yet exploding with flavor. Pasta dishes are likely the most bountiful entrees, for those with a heartier appetite at noon.
As was often the case in Hong Kong, the offering of wines by the glass was limited, and the pinot grigio was fruity and unformed.
This is not an inexpensive lunch to fit into a day of shopping, but was a good location for a business lunch between well acquainted colleagues.
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