Drawing Room is one of the best, if not the best, Western restaurant in the city. It serves fine dining food without having to resort to the tricks of star-rated Michelin restaurants. The dishes are creative and well-presented, yet at the same time, they manage to give good quality consistently (something that many Michelin starred places fail miserably at).
Standout dishes include angel hair with tomatoes and lobster, spaghetti carbornara, Iberico pork, scampi cappucino (a soup where the use of foam is very appropriate), foie gras with quail, and fried veal chop (schnitzel) just to name a few. Just about everything is consistently excellent all the time. Breads are good. They also give you a tray of petit fours to choose from. There is an extensive wine list with relatively reasonable mark-up. You could get a good wine for HK$400 a bottle.
Service is attentive and friendly. The setting is intimate and comfortable although the side near the glass partitioned room can be a bit noisy.
At present, the 4-course tasting menu costs $760, while the 5-course runs at $930 (add 10% for service). At the big-named Michelin style restaurants, you might expect to pay twice as much for food that is nowhere near as good. The dishes can be ordered as a-la-carte between $260 to $380 in general although the tasting menu offers the best value.