TheT Con­ti­nen­tal

Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants (Hong Kong / Macau) - - Editor’s choice -

f this restau­rant were a char­ac­ter i n a movie or a book, it’d be that per­fectly coiffed hero­ine ev­ery­body ad­mires. She’s el­e­gant and stylish, but r emark­ably down t o earth. She’s com­fort­able t o talk t o, with a worldly out­look t hat never verges on snooti­ness. Her tastes can be up­mar­ket—the finest oys­ters, a per­fectly grilled l ob­ster, foie gras paired with pick­led cher­ries—but she also knows t he joy of a sim­ple plate of pasta and the gold­en­br­brownown crunch of a flaw­less Wiener sch­nitzel. She’ll have ccr­rooi­isss­sants and hot cof­fee for break­fast one day, a hheap­ing stack of Amer­i­can pan­cakes

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TheTh Con­ti­nen­tal is a restau­rant that has cap­turedca our hearts be­cause, above all, iitt’s hon­est and com­fort­able. The light­filledf space, so beau­ti­fully up­dated byb David Collins Stu­dio (the team be­hindb Lon­don stal­warts The Wolse­ley anda The De­lau­nay), blends brasserie el­e­ganceel with art deco de­sign de­tails. TThhe virid­ian-green colour scheme is

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