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The Verandah Restaurant (The Repulse Bay)
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Ranked #343 of 10,546 Restaurants in Hong Kong
Price range: $38 - $191
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Good for: Scenic view
Dining options: Breakfast, Private Dining, Reservations
Description: The Verandah is a celebrated restaurant that brings you a faultless combination of heavenly traditional Continental cuisine, blended with innovation, fine wines and discreet, attentive service, in a classic yet relaxing setting in true Peninsula style.The Verandah re-opened following a six-month-long extensive restoration and refurbishment of its interiors and kitchens in August 2009. It maintains the relaxed and spacious atmosphere of the original Repulse Bay Hotel but with a Grand Hall to create a more spacious and welcoming arrival experience and a revitalised interior. A new Grand Staircase provides stylish and convenient passage from the restaurant to the Palm Court and the retail arcade. Regulars can rest assured that The Verandah's celebrated signature dishes — and its traditional English Afternoon Tea and Sunday Brunch — remain on its bill of fare.Opening hours : Wednesday to Saturday, Public Holidays Lunch 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm Afternoon Tea 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm(3:30 pm to 5:30 pm onPublic Holidays) Dinner 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm Sunday Brunch 11:00 am to 2:30 pm Afternoon Tea 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm Dinner 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm Closed every Monday and Tuesday (except Public Holidays).Lunch and Afternoon TeaKindly note that our dress code is Smart Casual.We respectfully request that gentlemen refrain from wearing plastic footwear, beach flip-flops and sandals. Additionally, sleeveless shirts are not allowed for gentlemen.DinnerKindly note that our dress code is Smart Casual.We respectfully request that gentlemen refrain from wearing plastic footwear, beach flip-flops and sandals. Sleeveless shirts are not allowed for gentlemen. Additionally, full length trousers are required for gentlemen.
Reviewed August 12, 2013

Hotel
Most people take public transport but there actually an underground carpark, if i remember correctly if you dine at the Verandah you get free parking. This building is so beautiful - definitely visit once with your loved one on a date. Bring your camera, preferably during the day on a sunny day, walk around the building and lawns and get many beatiful pictures with the sea as background. We even wanted to have our wedding here but didn't work out in the end.

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The setting is very english and fancy, the tables and chairs are comfortable, the tea sets look beautiful and photographs are a must. The food itself is decent. afternoon tea costs about HK$300 per head. The servers are courteous and i like the laidback atmosphere, no one is hurrying you, we sat until almost all other patrons have gone!

Overall i highly recommend for couples, dates, especially people with cars, and ofcourse tourists - after your meal you can literally walk across the street to the public beach!

P.S. if you want to have afternoon tea here on weekends best to book in advance

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1  Thank Jade C
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Reviewed August 1, 2013

My husband and I reached The Repulse Bay Club via express bus from the Hong Kong Station. The fare was HKD 10.00 and took us about 15 minutes to get to the place. The bus drops you off right by the club.

The ambience of the restaurant is wonderful: colonial building, high ceilings, wooden ceiling fans, marble floors, wooden doors and windows with brass fixtures. We had a table by the window so we had a seaside view while enjoying our brunch.

Appetizers and dessert was buffet style; and we were given a choice for our main course. The appetizer spread consisted of different salads, shrimps, crabs, sushi corner, cold cuts/canapés corner, fresh asparagus soup, foie gras. There was also a fresh juice bar. Try the sangria--very light and refreshing.

For the dessert spread, they had ice cream, apple pudding, crepes and freshly made tiramisu which you must try!

There was a choice between the pork loin, pasta and fish for the main course. my aunty had the pork loin and according to her was a bit tough. I had the fish which was nice and light.

We had a wonderful Sunday get together with family friends in this homey place-good ambience, wonderful views, good food, good service. Very different and welcome change from the usual bustle of the city.

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1  Thank aamManila
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Reviewed July 12, 2013

We used to live walking distance from this lovely restaurant so we have been quite a few times for special occasions. The service is always very attentive and well trained, the food consistent and fresh, the ambience amazing with an "Old Hong Kong colonial" feel. We ate there last night on a whim to celebrate a new job procurement and it was as wonderful as usual.

Their fixed price menu is very good value for a fancy restaurant (HKD 508) for 4 courses. It includes a choice of cocktail, appetizer, main course and dessert to suit everyone, even vegetarians. The portions were just right. If the fixed menu isn't your preference there are many selections on the a la carte menu and they have 2 other special inclusive dinners that are tasty but a lot of food (Boston Lobster promo and Repulse Bay Classic menus) My husband is a big fan of the Repulse Bay Classic!

Now for some tips....
1. always call for a reservation to avoid disappointment. They have many wedding parties here and often the whole venue is booked. Friday and Saturday nights are popular and often fully booked.
2. it is a nice option for Sunday brunch
3. get a table by the window on the left side facing the restaurant. The view is better.
4. treat yourself to a glass of champagne with fruit flavor added. The blueberry is the best!

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5  Thank kitpattrainor
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Reviewed June 12, 2013

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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Thank Kanwalkwilltravel
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Reviewed June 8, 2013 via mobile

I took my girlfriend here for our anniversary. I'm glad I did. A very romantic atmosphere with great food. A bit pricey but about what I expected from a spot this nice. Candlelights on the table were nice. I tried the baby spring chicken. It arrived to the table flaming - very cool. I'd recommend this place for a special occasion dinner. I'm curious to try the brunch and will probably return to try it sometime.

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1  Thank bobcat11_11
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