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This is one of the 2 best buffets I have ever eaten. In general, I hate buffets since the food there is at most OK, but this buffet is from completely different universe. The only bad thing is their drink set. Besides the fact that you need to pay extra for the drinks, the selection of drinks is very bad: mediocre wine, mediocre sangria (with sugar added !?), cheap beer. This does not fit such a great restaurant at all. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Through the welcoming entrance of Cafe, you will be able to watch your food being freshly prepared before you eat straight out of the pan, off the grill or from the wok. The all-day restaurant serves international fare and emphasises visual food displays in live cooking stations, ensuring pleasure for both the eyes and the palate.
In the morning, get energised with a healthy and refreshing buffet breakfast, or come in for the lunch buffet which offers a sumptuous range of mouth-watering delicacies from various live cooking stations, including Japanese, Chinese, Indian and western cuisines, as well as seafood on ice and homemade desserts. When night falls, be sure to drop by and pamper your taste buds with freshly poached lobster, grilled seafood and premium teppanyaki selections, served at the live cooking stations.More
The Jasmines bring you to a garden party where you are invited to savour original Chinese cuisines while in the embrace of floral elegance.
The Jasmines boast the health elements that the series have long acclaimed for. Carefully chosen seasonal ingredients are prepared by master chefs using vitamin-E rich, cholesterol-free rice bran oil, and no MSG is added in the process. The seasoned arts of the Cantonese cuisine are all that is needed to bring out the authentic flavours in the freshest ingredients, taking you to a blooming garden of tastes.More
Enjoy the enduring pleasure of Hugo’s, one of the most reputable restaurants in town. Originally opened in 1969 and reincarnated at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hugo’s is where classic meets timeless.
Decorated with a suit of armour, ornate mirrors, chandeliers, guns and shield plaques, the restaurant has an array of traditional serving apparatus, including Christofle hors d’oeuvres and dessert trolleys, all presenting a unique and classic European atmosphere.
Guests may delight in the tableside preparation of classic European recipes, while a range of seasonal specialties with a modern touch is available from the show kitchen's open grill. A 12-seat dining room is also available for private gatherings.
Make a toast, say cheers and enjoy timeless moments amid intimate seating, complemented by views of Kowloon through the restaurant’s iron trellis.More
Founded in 1971, Jade Garden, Maxim's Chinese Cuisine's longest standing flagship brand, was named after the verdant bamboo groves that inspired the Cantonese restaurant chain. Since some 40 years ago, countless diners pass through bamboo-adorned doors and had their first taste of Cantonese dim sum, and together with our seasoned chefs ushered in the modern era of Hong Kong "yum-cha" culture.More
Reminiscent of a 1920 Chinese tea house, The Chinese Restaurant offers delicious dim sum and authentic Cantonese delights, including many must-try dishes for guests in town for the first time.
While the a la carte menu serves a range of Cantonese culinary traditions, the restaurant’s seasonal menus will tempt any devoted fan of excellent Chinese fare. In the summer, dishes are light and feature fresh, robust flavours; while rich, warming dishes dominate the winter menu.
The main dining hall of the restaurant is filled with natural sunlight coming in through floor-to-ceiling windows, while two private rooms with eight and 12 seaters are also available, with the former housing a private bar.More