T.Dining by Hong Kong Tatler - - Scene -

For those in the yet to be fully gen­tri­fied Shek Tong Tsui neigh­bour­hood, Rhoda pro­vides a glimpsese of what it could look like once cool, hip restau­rantss start mov­ing fur­ther west. It is opened by restau­rant group JIA

(re­spon­si­ble for many other pop­u­lar hotspots spots rang­ing from the artsy en­clave Dud­dell’s,, to the more ca­sual 22 Ships and Chachawan); and like the ma­jor­ity of their restau­rants, Rhoda has in­vested heav­ily on its in­te­rior de­sign. The e front bar and open chef’s counter are the e main fo­cal points, as is the man be­hind thehe chef’s counter, the req­ui­sitely bearded and tat­tooed Nate Green. He cook­sooks hearty dishes here­here, with plen­plenty of smoked and roasted meats, the smells of which per­me­ate through­out the open-de­sign restau­rant. The con­cept is ca­sual shar­ing plates, but make no mis­take, the pric­ing is def­i­nitely high-end.

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