The Park Lane Hong Kong Presents Playt, a Playful New Concept
The iconic Park Lane Hotel has been standing in Causeway Bay for the past four decades, and since it’s become one of the Pullman Hotels, it has gone through a range of renovations and revitalization for a more stylish and contemporary vibe.
After a major revamp of its lobby and lobby lounge Ebb & Flow, the hotel has done it again: This time, a brand new dining concept Playt has replaced much-loved buffet restaurant Café One on the first floor.
Opening in June, this chic, colorful and inventive restaurant will inject a huge dose of youthfulness to the hotel. Renowned Spanish graffiti and street artist Victoriano was invited to take part in the hotel’s rejuvenation, contributing his vision of street and contemporary art in the form of four pieces that form focal points of the interior design of this urban industrial-chic restaurant. Victoriano’s photorealistic artwork uses only aerosol paints, with delicate, detailed imagery executed entirely in spray.
But Playt isn’t just about the looks. To create a complete dining experience, the restaurant will feature an open kitchen theater, serving a wide variety of delights ranging from jet-fresh seafood to carvery and foie gras.
Also on the menu are dishes from all over the world, including Spanish suckling pig, Turkish pizza and Indian tandoori, all freshly made in an authentic wood-fired oven. If you’re craving something closer to home,
Playt also serves up dim sum, sushi and other pan-Asian favorites.
Glance outside the windows for some mind-soothing greenery in Victoria Park after this playful and sumptuous meal, and you’ll know that Playt is more than just a play on the word. Check out the hotel’s website and register for opening news and the exclusive chance to enjoy a buy-3get-1-free offer during the soft opening period.
Spanish street artist Victoriano brings his unique touch to Playt