Ramsay’s debut restaurant in Hong Kong offers ‘British European fare in a lively vintage and modern décor, a design styled on the London edition.’
Seating around 90 with a further 30 at the bar, signature dishes include: King crab cocktail with apple and pink peppercorn , Cote de boeuf and a salad of Kale, red cabbage, shaved fennel, sunflower, pumpkin seeds and white balsamic dressing.
Speaking about the opening back in September the chef said: “We’re drawn to Hong Kong, as the first place in the region to open, as it has a vibrant and welcoming dining scene with lots of food lovers and explorers looking for new food and drink experiences. I can’t wait to open the doors.”
The restaurant is operated by head chef Gilles Bosquet who has helped open a number of establishments for Ramsay’s restaurant group which now owns a whopping 25 restaurants worldwide.
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