For our last night in Hong Kong, we decided to venture to the 29th floor of iSquare for an Italian meal during the light show at the end of Golden Week without a reservation! Not expecting a table, we were delighted to be offered a window table with less than 15 minutes to the beginning of the Light Show, even though it was suggested that the minimum spend for the privilege was $HK400 pp, so was this going to be another expensive meal? Not really, when the quality of the food, wine and service were taken into consideration. We each enjoyed our choices - Caesar salad, Papardelle with wild mushroom ragu and black truffle slices, a fabulously thin wild mushroom pizza with fontina cheese and, again, black truffle and a garnish of fresh rocket which was preceded by a beautiful dish of a duo of Iberian aged hams, one with melon(24 months' aged) the other with fresh fig but ham aged 36 months! What a joy to be able to compare the merits of these two distinct varieties on the one plate. Washed down with a bottle of still mineral water AND a lovely half bottle of Barolo, vintage 2005, all in all a very enjoyable evening.
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