As I had to spend a week in Barbados, my girlfriend and her sister organize a dinner for my return. So here we are, Saturday night, my sister's girlfriend and her husband with their adorable daughter, and my girlfriend and I. They made a reservation and requested a round table (the only one i could see actually). when we arrived, the table was ready, and we were directed to it immediately. the restaurant was not busy and did not get busy throughout the evening. the service was pleasant and professional. we brought our own wine, and they did not charge any corkage for up to two glasses pour per person. which I have to say is a pretty decent offer in Hong Kong. The menu is not too big but offer a good variety and choices, I like it because it makes me feel comfortable not to have food or sauces left over for days at the time. While we choose our food we were served with bread and "Twyst" own creation of stick. it is made out of phyllo dough roll and twisted with a filling, everyone loved it at the table, but I did not. Only based on personal likes and dislikes. it looks uncooked and I am not a big fan of phyllo dough in the first place. The menu is interesting and proposed a three course choices and a four course choices. I choose a three courses while some chose a four courses. I had the scallop, spinach and tiger prawn millefeuille, the scallop was not cooked enough and completely raw in the middle, the tiger prawn were tasteless and slightly overcooked and the millefeuille was made with phyllo dough (again!!!) and the spicy passion fruit dressing was nor spicy enough (and i don't like spicy), nor did i could taste the passion fruit acidity because it was so sweet. My girlfriend had the foie gras duo, and that was a better choice, the bread slice was a little bit too thick, but it was pan fried very well, the foie gras creme brûlée was good and the texture was impeccable. I did not like to have it in an egg shell, as I am never sure if i can or should trust the chef to sanitize the shell well... then we waited for a pretty long time, of course as some of us had four course we had to wait for our main course to come altogether which is well done. but it still took too long between dishes to come along which is a sign of the service not sending the information to the kitchen on time, most likely but I can be wrong. Then I had the sea bass for main course while my girlfriend received her duck. the sea bass was nice and cooked well, but the mash potato was not good at all, the green bean were ok although I do not understand why no-one lately (everywhere i go...) do not cut the edge of a green bean and take the filament out... the tomato cherry was slightly warm up which is good but lack of aromas and salt. The duck was ok, well I do not know if it is "confit" by them directly but i doubt it, which means that the only things left to do is to get the duck warm up and get the skin crispy, and they failed at that. the two foie gras ravioli were nice. the rest of the table had the lamb and the risotto and fishermen stew, I did not tasted it but they finish their plate and complimented the food. We had lemon tart and floating island for dessert, and it was nothing great. the floating island lack of caramel of any sort, and the custard sauce was not flavorful enough and not chilled enough. the egg white were not poached apparently and overcooked (probably cooked in oven or microwave) and slightly burn on top. the lemon tart was ok but nothing i would recommend to try for a lemon tart lover. Overall it is a nice place and the service is good, the food is decent, and I believe everyone would have a good evening there. I would go back for sure, the price is good for the value we received, and lets face it, I am a picky eater and chooser anyway, and this was a perfectly good evening with a good company in a good restaurant.