Ava

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

Af­ter nav­i­gat­ing Tsim Sha Tsui's sig­na­ture streets with their glar­ing lights and throngs of peo­ple, the space-age lift at Ho­tel Panorama by Rhom­bus whisks you up to the 38th floor, drag­ging more and more of Hong Kong's pre­mium sky­line into view as it as­cends. Ava's staff are wel­com­ing and ac­com­mo­dat­ing, par­tic­u­larly when it comes to that al­limpor­tant har­bour view—the bar boasts 270 de­grees and cor­ner win­dows that al­low the staff to seat as many as pos­si­ble with an eye on the sky­line. The drinks them­selves are safe and sound in both of­fer­ings and de­liv­ery; a per­fect espresso mar­tini was brought to the ta­ble de­spite not be­ing on the menu. It may be a slight stretch from the main drag, but the rel­a­tive re­mote­ness makes Ava per­fect for a quiet first date or an evening ren­dezvous.

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