Friday, November 26, 2010

Twitter Tips: Mid-range Non Asian Restaurants in HK

This week, we want to know what's your favourite mid-priced non-Asian restaurants in HK. Send us your recs! #hkfgtwittertips

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@hkFashionGeek #hkfgtwittertips Casa Fina in Henry House CWB- fantastic Oyster selection (with buy 1 get 1) and on spot pastas!

@hkFoodGeek Frites, BLT Burger, Wooloomooloo (Elements), Real Bread Cafe,

@hkFashionGeek Currently enjoying Oolaa on Bridges St

@hkFashionGeek apart from sandwich places like Pret & Agnes b, there's a huge void between Triple O's & the Robochon Salon de the.

@hkFashionGeek yes it IS tough!! Guess I'll tell wht I know: Agnes B, Simply Life, Cali Pizza Kitchen (serious, sadly), Dan Ryan's

@hkFashionGeek now u talk abt Cali Pizza Kitchen, how about Pizza Express? Outback Steakhouse?

@hkFashionGeek D17 - is that considered mid-range ($300-$500 / head)

@hkFashionGeek I said this as well last time. But i again say Cenecllo on George Street.

@hkFashionGeek I'd say Press Room / Pure in Soho (new version is gd), Pastis for French food :)), SML in TmSquare & 5th Fusion (Sheung Wan)

@hkFashionGeek my pick = antipasto, wanchai

@hkFashionGeek i'd say cenacolo in Soho, it's not amazeballs but it's gd quality for reasonable prices :) #hkfgtwittertips

@hkFashionGeek speaking of oysters, i would consider oyster station on bridges st is mid range

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1 comment:

  1. I forgot to tweet you my suggestions (and they exceed 140 characters anyway!). I guess chains are the way forward as lots of local non-Asian places tend to localise their Western dishes anyway.

    So... Grappas and Pizza Express - very reliable, rarely let me down!