Bostonian Seafood and Grill

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Restaurant: Bostonian Seafood and Grill
Offer: Dine and Earn Asia Miles
Earn 1 Asia Mile for every HKD2 spent (present your membership card and request for Miles Earning to the staff when paying your bill)
Terms & Details:
  • Asia Miles can be earned on eligible transactions of between HKD300 and HKD10,000.
  • Asia Miles earned are based on the total amount spent, including service charges and taxes, but excluding tips.
  • Asia Miles cannot be earned on certain promotional menus during festive seasons.
Other Asia Miles terms & conditions apply
Exit C1/ L5, Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
2132 7898
Introduction
Offering a new shipyard chic scene, this inspiring urban space personifies a reclaimed style with an industrial vibe to socially share in the heart of bustling Tsim Sha Tsui. Featured characteristics include a craft brew bar, a principal dining area and a private champagne room. The smartly designed details contain curated collections of vintage accessories where metal and steel meet wood. Guests can expect a menu filled with tasty talents that carry seasonal land and sea favourites of various international influences. Adding a whole new depth to dining, prepare to share and submerse in a scene to be seen. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon to Thu: 12:00-15:00; 17:00-22:30 Fri to Sat: 12:00-15:00; 17:00-23:00 Sun: 11:00-15:00 ; 17:00-22:30
Payment Method
Visa Master AE Cash UnionPay JCB Diners
Number of Seats
118
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine
Cake-cutting Details
VIP Room
Parking Details
Phone Reservation
Reward Dining Points
10% Service Charge
Restaurant Website
http://www.langhamhotels.com/en/the-langham/hong-kong/dining/bostonian-seafood-and-grill/
About
Bostonian Seafood and Grill
Offering a new shipyard chic scene, this inspiring urban space personifies a reclaimed style with an industrial vibe to socially share in the heart of bustling Tsim Sha Tsui. Featured characteristics include a craft brew bar, a principal dining area and a private champagne room.
Guests can expect a menu filled with tasty talents that carry seasonal imported steaks and fresh seafood specialties of various international influences. Adding a whole new depth to dining, prepare to share and submerse in a scene to be seen.

News
Dishing Out New Bostonian Bites
2017-03-15
Bostonian Seafood and Grill is adding a dash of new seasoning to dish out its latest bites. The menu is now serving up savoury Soba and Bruce Lee Oysters, a decadent Golden Seafood Pot Pie and a disguised Naranja De Valencia orange dessert to keep guests guessing. For reservations and enquiries, please contact (852) 2132 7898 or email tlhkg.fbservicecentre@langhamhotels.com. More
About Dining Points
Offers
Restaurant: Bostonian Seafood and Grill
Offer: Dine and Earn Asia Miles
Earn 1 Asia Mile for every HKD2 spent (present your membership card and request for Miles Earning to the staff when paying your bill)
Terms & Details:
  • Asia Miles can be earned on eligible transactions of between HKD300 and HKD10,000.
  • Asia Miles earned are based on the total amount spent, including service charges and taxes, but excluding tips.
  • Asia Miles cannot be earned on certain promotional menus during festive seasons.
Other Asia Miles terms & conditions apply
Signature Dishes
Baked and Raw Signature Oysters House-made Beetroot Cured Salmon Lobster Thermidor USDA Prime Cowboy Steak Black Cod Fish and Clams in “Salsa Verde” Sauce “Fish and Chips” Atlantic Cod in Sam Adams Beer Batter
Review (126)
Level2 2017-01-11
3508 views
Delicious bread, my kid loves it so much The smoked salmon starter is tasty though it is a bit small.The oysters are fresh and yummy!The big scallops are really good and worth to try!Our main dish is grilled seafood, which contains lobster (good taste), abalone (too small...), tiger prawns and shrimps (yummy), fish (oily but delicious), etc.We tried the baked alasaka, good to take pic but tried once ia more than enough!In gist, a good place to celebrate with good services and environment. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level1 2016-11-09
7461 views
男朋友生日於是特別搵間靚靚餐廳同佢慶祝,事前一早打去餐廳preorder 個火焰雪糕蛋糕 (signature baked alsaka),重有得寫名。 心情超興奮 !當天6點到達餐廳,服務員告知6點半先招待Dinner. 不過佢地服務好好,問我地想坐吧檯飲住等定行陣再番黎,咁我地就揀後者啦 由於我諗住俾surprise 男朋友,所以冇同佢講pre order左個甜品,所以食完海鮮同main之後,我地就坐左向度, 我都唔知點提d waiter 幫我上甜品。好在D waiter 真係好專業,見到我地食完晒野,自動自覺上甜品。又邀請我地影合照留念,服務一流!  雖然個生日牌好簡單,但係個火焰雪糕蛋糕超正!有齊vanilla 同strawberry 2隻味,然後個cake超大份… Total 切左4件vanilla 4件strawberry ,件件瑞士卷咁大件,真係估佢唔到,最後食到爆肚 continue reading
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Wow
Level1 2016-10-17
6282 views
I like the decorations,just make me feel different worldFood is very good and dessert is exceptional continue reading
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While 2016 has been a boring year for restaurant openings, it's the year of re-branding and makeover. Recently, we saw Riva and The Deck successfully transformed into Skye rooftop bar at Park Lane Hotel and Blue Butcher now officially "Blue - Butcher and Meat Specialist". Even Bostonian, the decade-old surf-and-turf resto at Langham Hotel, decided it was time for a facelift.After an extensive two-month makeover, the new-look Bostonian now sports a shipyard chic decor with wooden panel walls, mahogany seats and vintage dark brown sofas. The bar near the entrance of the restaurant added a vintage touch to the vibe.The semi-buffet brunch ($588 on the weekend) features a wide selection of appetizers (mainly salad), luxurious seafood platter, sashimi and made-to-order main course. Free flowing bubbly is additional but non-alcoholic drinks like soft drinks and juices are included in the brunch.Round one - I started things off jumping all over their poached lobster, one of the highlights of the buffet. The foie gras terrine with red wine jelly was very high on my list too. I didn't like the salmon confit (and smoked salmon), which I thought was way over-seasoned. Round 2 - The prawn skewers were nice but a bit oily. I like the tiny little crab legs. Very sweet and meaty. I suggest not wasting time with the baked scallops which were kind of disappointing. There's not a whole lot of places that offer oyster kilpatrick with their weekend brunch so it was a real pleasant surprise that Bostonian does offer it here. However, I wasn't happy with the fact that they stopped refilling it midway through the brunch (more on that later).Braised abalone - this was seriously good. Another pleasant surprise.After several rounds of non-stop seafood, I finally threw in the white towel and started getting ready for my main course but right before that, some complimentary dishes from the kitchen.Porcini soup was not nearly creamy enough and I didn't like the addition of barley there. When I'm having a buffet, the last thing I want was to use up my stomach space for stuff like barley.Baked crab meat with sea urchin - This was much much better. I wish they could provide unlimited supply of these at the buffet counter.Foie gras toast - Not bad but the toast was a little on the hard side.Fast forward to my main course. I had this Dijon mustard-crusted beef mignon with chorizon hash, roasted corn flan and pepper jus. It was done exactly as they were instructed, medium.Dessert was a variety of magnum ice-cream bars in different flavors.Now I want to talk more about this brunch experience..... For the premium price that they were paying, I fully expect all the dishes to be refilled periodically but that was not the case at all. Certain dishes such as the baked oysters were never available except for the start of the brunch (when this photo was taken) and the same goes for other dishes like prawn skewers.There were definitely enough waiting staff to handle a half-full crowd but for whatever reason, my glass was always more than half empty.For about $600 per head, there were plenty of choices for a good weekend brunch in the city. I had pretty lofty expectations coming in for the revamped Bostonian but came away slightly disappointed with their efforts. As the crown jewel of The Langham Hong Kong, I simply expected more. continue reading
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Level1 2016-10-02
6343 views
A very nice environment with nice food and service.Starter: You and I (Fresh oysters with Fresh Uni and Salmon Roe) 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼Main course: 1) Lamb Rack (if it can be cut in a thinner slice that would be more perfect... a bit too think make it difficult to cut and chew.. but the taste is nice) 2) rib-eye with red wine sauce (very juicy and yummy)Side dish: Garlic mushrooms and asparagus Dessert: milk chocolate cake (a bit over-sweet and less almond taste would be better) continue reading
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