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

Cham­pagne and karaoke is a dan­ger­ously fun com­bi­na­tion but, if that's your poi­son, this lounge bar lo­cated in a non-de­script build­ing in Wan Chai will de­liver. The moody space is decked out in sul­try shades of blue and vi­o­let, with dim light­ing and a crys­tal chan­de­lier or two. The menu fea­tures a wide se­lec­tion of cham­pagnes from all the ma­jor houses, annotated with scores from at least five wine sources, in­clud­ing Robert Parker and Wine Spec­ta­tor. There may not be any avail­able by the glass, but there are clas­sic cham­pagne cock­tails (mi­mosa and bellini in­cluded) avail­able at a rea­son­able price. In ad­di­tion to fizz, there are a num­ber of sake and Chi­nese wines. Snacks are di­verse, rang­ing from var­i­ous cheese plat­ters served with quince paste to iced abalone and even in­stant noo­dles with fried egg and luncheon meat, should you be in the mood.

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