Inside the swanky International Finance Centre mall, which houses more than 200 fashion brands and high-end eateries, this chic restaurant combines great harbor views with an eclectic menu offering everything from oysters to Mediterranean, and Thai dishes. Surprisingly, the team of chefs here manages to pull off the ambitious menu with great skill, aided by the friendly staff. The charcoal-grilled sirloin is done to perfection and one of the best in town. Diners can also
opt for tasting menus of five to eight courses, which cost HK$680 and up, and include dishes such as sautéed US Manila clams, Wagyu beef carpaccio, angel-hair pasta with scampi tails, and Wagyu short ribs braised in Barolo wine. Tip: the tasting menus do not typically include Thai dishes unless you request them. Reservations are recommended for window seats.