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3-min walk from Exit A2, Sheung Wan MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
2857 5055
Opening Hours
Today
12:00-16:00
Mon
Closed
Tue-Sat
12:00-15:00
18:00-21:00
Sun
12:00-16:00
Payment Method
Visa Master Cash
Number of Seats
22
Other Info
Wi-Fi
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine Details
Cake-cutting Details
Phone Reservation
Delivery
10% Service Charge
Review (6)
Level1 2017-06-05
190 views
I had one of the worst dining experience with my friends. Horrible attitude from that pathetic unprofessional self claimed manager who told us that two out of six main course dishes would be sold out because I should have known Saturday night dining at 8pm is late. They open at 6pm for dinnner so I should have started dinner earlier in order to enjoy their restaurant. Horrible attitude and I will urge no one to EVER EVER GO TO THIS HORRIBLE restaurant. Taste wise- the food is actually quite decent and menu is not too bad. The service- is horrible. continue reading
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Level1 2017-05-09
361 views
It's gimmick and nothing long lasting. There are many restaurants in hk that are better, better. Copy cat of European style with poor quality. Close down mode. Simply life way better. continue reading
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Level2 2017-04-27
483 views
Hard to find a soulful place like this nowadays. Hearty creative farm-to-table, every dish has its story. I love every single items on the menu, especially like the Fish and Steak. Eggplant and Cauliflower are also great. Perfect location for private events. This place is a real gem! Will definitely come back! continue reading
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Level2 2017-02-17
1469 views
週日陪好姊妹睇婚紗,姊妹話睇之前閒聊吓去個酒店high tea,但我對high tea 真係無咩興趣,又適逢Sunday 睇下有無啲特別嘅Sunday brunch,記得之前係IG 見到food blogger post ASide BSide 嘅相,覺得好特別,就提議吓上環呢間新進餐廳。星期日只做Sunday brunch, $250 per set, 時間由12pm - 4pm, last booking 3:30pm, 小量walk in, 就前兩日上網訂咗先,訂完過一日有email 覆返confirmation.2pm來到只有另外三位女士,佢地都差不多食完,跟住坐低冇耐就見到一對情侶想食brunch,但已經售罄,好彩book 咗坐嘅位置係open bar area, 可以見到廚師準備嘢食,brunch 係全部冷嘅食物,廚師應該係較早前準備定只係我哋嚟到嘅時候再將佢哋仔細咁放喺餐具上面。食物材料主要用有機材料,好似好健康咁,碟上有八款食物,由一點鐘開始順時計食,味道just ok,有另類dining experience continue reading
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Level2 2016-07-25
3528 views
From the cool kids that brought us Café Deadend and Po’s Atelier, comes this latest addition to the blooming POHO area. Located on Sai Street, this unassuming 22-seater restaurant is quite easy to overlook. Once I found it however it was a restaurant I quickly fell in love with. A simplistic white and gold bar table formed the centrepiece of the restaurant, the intimate seating design allows customers to be close to the action and encourage interaction between chef and diner. The dining room area was surrounded by dark teal blue walls ornamented with a collection of books and artwork.The menu at A Side B Side is written in chalk on the wall. Embracing the Farm-to-Table concept, most of the produce are locally sourced from organic farms around Hong Kong. The menu is simple and constantly changing depending on what seasonal produce the chefs are able to acquire. From what the staff told me, they are still in the soft opening stage and fine tuning their menu.Our visit to A Side B Side fell on a Saturday evening. Arriving at 6pm, we went through the doors of “A-Side” instead of having to go through some back alley entrance which was what I’ve read. We were the only table for the night which was surprising, but fun as we could have more interaction with the staff. The food for the night was prepared by the talented Chef Anderson and his team, and we opted to order almost everything on the menu, as they all sounded quite interesting.First to arrive were the veggie starters. The salad was a mix of local greens and a welcomed break from the usual lettuce and arugula. The lemon dressing was simple and refreshing. I personally love lemon and was overjoyed as I watched the Chef zest and juice half a lemon just for my salad. The generous grating of Parmigiano Reggiano also added just enough saltiness to enhance the flavour of the dish.The eggplant taboule salad was our second starter and one of my favourites. The eggplants were roasted perfectly and had a perfect consistency; soft but not mushy. The grains provided a nice texture contrast, while the yoghurt and spices gave a wonderful depth of flavour.The pumpkin salad was the simplest of all. Roasted pumpkin with balsamic reduction and sour cream made for a pleasant sweet and sour dish.For mains we went for fish, chicken and beef. The fish for the night was Amadai or Tile Fish. The fish was perfectly cooked with a crispy skin and moist flesh. The scales were left on the fish and flash fried until crispy. It was an interesting texture but I’m still not a fan of fish scales, crispy or otherwise. The fish was resting in a fish and preserved citrus peel broth and served with fresh maitake mushrooms, fennel and asparagus.The beef was the second to arrive and my favourite dish of the night. It was one of the few dishes that used non-local ingredients (as we don’t breed Kagoshima wagyu cattle in Hong Kong) but it was still excellent. The beef was perfectly seared and melts in your mouth. The sweet pumpkin purée also helped to balance the fattiness of the beef, and the crispy kale chips offered textural contrast to the tender beef.Our last main course was a roasted local free range chicken with Szechuan peppercorns on a bed of cauliflower purée. The skin of the chicken was nice and crispy, with the fat rendered out. The meat of the chicken was well marinated and had a subtle lemony flavour as well as heat from the Szechuan pepper.For desserts we ordered everything on the menu (of course). The first to arrive was the panna cotta which visually resembled Chinese tofu pudding but tasted like coconut jelly. The sweet coconut with fresh orange and strawberries made for a refreshing dessert perfect for summer.The second dessert was a citrus and rosemary ice cream with fresh fruits. The ice cream was rich and had a perfect creamy consistency. Taste-wise it resembled a sorbet, with a refreshing tartness and subtle rosemary flavour. The fruit pairing looked pretty on the plate but I would’ve preferred it to be added to the ice cream as it was difficult to mix the two.The crème brûlée dessert was highly recommended to us by the staff and was definitely the most interesting. When it arrives on the table you first greeted by the smell of orange and caramel. When you take a bite the first to register would be the sweet chocolate flavour, which is slowly followed by the hot and numbing sensation from the Szechuan pepper. As you continue to eat the heat and numbing sensation intensifies and you slowly taste less of the chocolate and more of the spice. This is definitely a dish to leave till last as otherwise it would ruin your appreciation of other food.Overall, I had a great dining experience at A Side B Side. Although the food is on the pricey side, they were cooked perfectly and had some interesting combination of flavours. The major downside would be that food does come out rather slowly. Our dishes came out one at a time with often long gaps in between. As we were sharing everything and not in a rush we weren’t too bothered by it, but considering that we were the only customers, I imagine they would struggle if the restaurant was full. Nonetheless I will probably come back again when they officially launch and see what other new items they have to offer. continue reading
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