The good things first... The restaurant is just gorgeous - with an old world colonial charm, and lovely sea views. Perfect ambience for a brunch/ lunch/ afternoon tea.
We went on a public holiday... On those days, They serve a set lunch and there are no ala carte options. For HKD 498pp, this includes buffet spreads of appetizers (mostly salads and cold cuts) and desserts, one soup and one entree (from a choice of 4). Three of us ordered the pork sausage with mash, and one ordered the salmon. The salmon was okay, but the sausage was smelly and tasted almost raw (may be its supposed to be like that?)... All of us returned it after one bite. They kindly replaced our mains with the roast duck... We didn't like that either... But it was more edible than the sausage. The desserts were decent, especially the mango pudding, the raspberry tart and the bread and butter pudding. Overall, the food was a disappointment, especially given the price tag.
The service was okay. Appreciate the fact that they replaced our mains with no argument, and didn't try to hurry us, even as the place started filling up with the afternoon tea crowd.
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