Har­bour­side

Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants (Hong Kong / Macau) - - Café review -

Har­bour­side gets straight to the point with its name, as it re­sides on the lower-ground level of the In­ter­Con­ti­nen­tal Hong Kong, look­ing right out onto the Av­enue of Stars and Vic­to­ria Har­bour be­yond. While the cafe stays opens from early morn­ing un­til late night, it’s the din­ner buf­fet that packs out the space daily. Three key sta­tions im­press with their plen­ti­ful of­fer­ings. First, the chilled seafood bar of­fers tow­ers of juicy lob­sters and sweet snow crab legs, plump clams and mar­i­nated abalone. Then there’s the main hot food counter, which has prime rib, leg of lamb and a foie gras sta­tion as well as ro­tat­ing spe­cials such as fish tacos. Given the pedi­gree of the ho­tel’s Chi­nese kitchen, the bowls of dou­ble-boiled chicken soup with fish maw are ex­pect­edly snapped up each time chefs come to re­plen­ish the tray.

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