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“A lovely luncheon spot”

Harvey Nichols Fourth Floor Restaurant & Bar
Ranked #4,283 of 9,957 Restaurants in Hong Kong
Price range: $77 - $77
Cuisines: French
Neighborhood: Central
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Neighborhood: Central
Reviewed August 6, 2013

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.

Thank Rosemary-NY
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Reviewed July 10, 2013

I returned to HK after a 3 year absence and my guy friends treated me to a lovely lunch. The set menu was very good value (note I didnt pay!), good variety and everything was fresh and tasty. The maire'd sent a variety of free desserts to our table that we just could not resist despitethe usual chorus of... I dont do desserts". Overall a really great choice for lunch.

Thank DeboraTravels
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

I went for lunch for a business meeting and we had the two course set, with a glass of wine. I had the smoked duck starter, which came with a generous salad. This was followed by a tiny cup of cauliflower soup (included in the price) and for my main, I chose thinly sliced fillet steak with potatoes and vegetables (I suppose it was really a very posh stew). It was beautifully presented and delicious.
We were offered a choice of two "set" desserts. I chose the lemon posset, again, beautifully presented, light and fluffy, with little mini-meringues on top and pink grapefruit accompaniment. I could even eat the lemon skin, which was soft and very slightly sweet!
We finished up with cappuccinos, which came with a plate of tiny chocolates.
My guest and I spent a good two hours there in great comfort. Although this was a business meeting It was a real treat!

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Thank GillianKew
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

It as strictly by chance that I stumbled upon here for lunch during a visit to the store. I did not know there was a restaurant tucked away on the 4th floor beside the men's department; in fact, my colleagues from Hong Kong did not know of its existence as well.

The restaurant is long and narrow with a modern decor. The menu for lunch is either a 2-course (HKD $338) or 3-course (HKD$388) option. I ordered the 2-course with a shrimp cocktail served in a poached apple with potatoes (7/10) and an ox-tail ravioli with creamy polenta (9/10). The menu options were fairly extensive and would likely appeal to different palettes.

The room was busy during lunch and as you can imagine populated by people with an expense account.

What impressed me most was the level of service. Very professional and courteous...right down to the attendant in the washroom.

While the cost is high (what restaurant located in the LandMark isn't?) I would recommend this restaurant to people who are strolling through Harvey Nichols and would like a break.

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Thank A_OKD
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