Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Whatevva Sevva

I never bought into the hype that was Sevva. Sure it’s a great place for drinks with a wonderful view but I never thought the food there as particularly great. But then again, I think I have somehow evolved into a food snob because of all the fine dining I’ve had the opportunity to try out that very few culinary experiences wow me anymore.

With that in mind, I was pleasantly surprised to realise that I was tempted to try out Sevva’s new promotion: tapas with an Asian twist. The variations on the tapas theme includes vegetarian sushi rolls, Vietnamese rolls with crispy sole, golden fried prawn with salad & spicy mayo, a selection of bruschettas, either with escargots in garlic butter, Caprese-Mozzarella with tri-coloured tomatoes and basil, chicken a la king, ribs marinated in shrimp paste, classic Valencia garlic prawns and flame-grilled baby lamb chops. Maybe it’s because it’s almost lunch time, but I’m salivating just typing out what they have to offer. Maybe, just maybe, my opinion of the restaurant will be transformed.

Prices range between HK$160 to HK$220
Sevva. 25/F, Prince's Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong

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