Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
Contemporary accommodation situated in one of the tallest skycrapers of the city
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui hotel is situated in one of the tallest skyscrapers of the Kowloon area, in the heart of the Tsim Sha Tsui business district. The hotel occupies Level 3 to 24 of a prestigious mixed-use complex K11 on Hanoi Road, which includes the six-storey K11 Art Mall, featuring an array of boutiques and stores. The 381 rooms & suites command spectacular views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The hotel offers direct access to the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station located in the basement of the building.
Eat straight out of the pan, off the grill or from the wok with the live cooking stations on display in the Grand Hyatt’s all-day restaurant, Café. Choose from either the buffet or from the A La Carte menu where dishes arrive at your table still sizzling! The international fare on offer includes Chinese wok-fried dishes, sushi and sashimi, Indian curries, fresh seafood and pizza as well as delicious home-made desserts. The lunch buffet begins at 12 p.m. and the dinner at 6 p.m. For an alternative, try the weekend afternoon tea buffet from 3.15 p.m. which takes place in the Café’s library room.
LUXOS Recommends: Garlic naan bread with curry dippings followed by mango mille-feuille for desser
Quite possibly boasting the best restaurant service in all of Hong Kong, the recently reopened and relocated Hugo’s Restaurant is a tribute to classical European service, and traditional Western cuisine. At Hugo’s presentation is key, and the expertly qualified staff will do the utmost to ensure a memorable dining experience. The kitchen excels in beef preparation, so carnivores should definitely indulge. Anything that can be decorously prepared tableside is, including the delectable steak tartare, lobster bisque and the house favorite, Caesar Salad.
LUXOS Recommends: Lobster Bisque, Steak au poivre
Chin Chin Bar
The interior of Chin Chin Bar is warm, attractive and modern, with Chinese red dominating the colour scheme, but there is no hint of the vast wealth of liquid culture stored behind the bar. The venue stocks the largest collection of single malt whiskies in Kowloon, with over 80 single malt whiskies available, from the smoky Lagavulin to oaky Balvenie. The menu also includes wines, cocktails and other spirits, and cigars that can be savoured on the outdoor terrace when weather permits.
LUXOS Recommends: Glenfarclas 1968, a whisky distilled in 1968 and bottled in 2000
H.N. 19.10. 2012