2
0
1
Restaurant: Flint
Offer: Have you thought of earning HKD1 = 1 mile through dining?
Mondays: HKD1 = 1 mile, Tuesday - Sunday: HKD2 = 1 mile! (Present QR code in Asia Miles App when you pay your bill) T&C apply.
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. Please check with staff in partner restaurants in advance.
  • Bonus Miles will be credited to the members' account within 4-8 weeks after dine-in date.
Other Asia Miles terms & conditions apply
Exit F, Admiralty MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
28108366
Introduction
開飯介紹: 位於JW萬豪酒店嘅餐廳Flint現已重新揭幕,廚師團隊為各位悉心挑選時令食材,製作多款滋味午市套餐,精選包括波士頓龍蝦、內布拉斯加肉眼扒及伊比利亞豬肉漢堡等,讓你沉醉於美酒佳餚與悠閒氣氛之中! continue reading
Additional Information
Mon-Fri:Lunch Set Menu Only
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:30
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 14:30
Sat - Sun
Closed
Payment Method
Visa Master AE Cash UnionPay JCB
Number of Seats
124
Other Info
Wi-Fi
Alcoholic Drinks
VIP Room
Parking
Phone Reservation
Delivery
10% Service Charge
Offers
Restaurant: Flint
Offer: Have you thought of earning HKD1 = 1 mile through dining?
Mondays: HKD1 = 1 mile, Tuesday - Sunday: HKD2 = 1 mile! (Present QR code in Asia Miles App when you pay your bill) T&C apply.
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. Please check with staff in partner restaurants in advance.
  • Bonus Miles will be credited to the members' account within 4-8 weeks after dine-in date.
Other Asia Miles terms & conditions apply
Review (3)
Level2 2019-02-13
579 views
I work in Admiralty so I dine in this area very often. Flint is one of my favourites because it’s easy to find a table here. The ribeye is good, and is value-for-money. The lobster bisque is OK. It’s a five star hotel, but the latte served is not good.... maybe latte provided in Starbucks or Island ShangriLa nearby would be better?Service - it’s great, and I cannot find anything to complain. The staff of Flint - professional and warm. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
This restaurant is located in JW Marriott Hotel, and you have to go through the Executive Lounge, with a nice contemporary setting and decor offering comfort and warm environment. Seated a table facing the window, the staff smartly came back with a small stool for us to put our bags, demonstrating the impeccable services we experienced throughout the meal. Interestingly the restaurant is only opened for lunch, with the menu including an appetizer and a main course. I chose Crab Meat Salad and Qwehli Sustainable Whole Dover Sole ($450) while my wife went for Soup Pot (clam chowder) and Iberico Pork Burger ($280). The salad was beautifully rendered, with the crab meat wonderfully seasoned to highlight the delicate flavors, and supplemented with grapefruit jelly and flesh which gave some acidity to freshen up the plate even further. The avocado puree and brown crab mayonnaise also provided a rich and creamy complements to the crab meat and salad. A truly nice salad and appetizer. The Clam Chowder was served in a soup pot, of a big portion. With plenty of clam, potatoes and bacon, the soup was creamy and tasty. Although I did not sample it, the soup was certainly appealing and even made me tempted to order one just in addition to my salad. Maybe have to do it next time... My main course was a whole sole, served with prawn-horseradish butter, Jerseys Royals and asparagus. Qwehli is a Paris company supplying seafood to renowned restaurants in the world, with a deep care to the planet so the seafood is caught in a sustainable manner. This sole was fairly large in size, very nicely done, pan-fried to perfection and the butter sauce enabled the delicate flavors of the fish to shine through. There were some asparagus and potatoes to accompany. I could use a bit more salt but overall it was still another great dish. The main course for my wife was the pork burger. The pork was juicy and nicely grilled, and there was a chipotle mayo giving a hint of spiciness to the meat, with arugula instead of lettuce, a smart choice to pair the peppery notes with the pork. An apple compote was given on the side, along with some Old Bay fat chips. I had tried a bite and it was wonderfully done. Another reason for me to return to this restaurant.Served also with coffee or tea, the total bill on the day was $902. It was a very reasonably priced restaurant and good value for money. I don't know the reason why they decided not to open for dinner, but if you are in Admiralty and looking for a nice place to have lunch with some good food, now there is one of good choices. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2018-08-24
3428 views
Flint Grill and Bar at JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong is undergoing a rebranding of some sort in August. Instead of Flint Grill and Bar, it's now just Flint. They have also done some touch-up on the food menu although the restaurant remains primarily a steakhouse. Since we're in the area for a meeting, I thought we might swing by for a quick lunch.The revamped two-course lunch set ($280~$450 depending on your main dish) still focuses a lot on beef but there're also some fine seafood options available (John Dory, dover sole and lobster).Lunch didn't start off the way I hoped it would. I love ahi tuna but this was really disappointing.This came with three large tuna cubes each wrapped with a slice of 5J Iberico ham and served with a small pool of Romanesco sauce and wild rocket leaf. I thought everything that could go wrong did go wrong with this dish (Murphy's Law?). For starters, the presentation just looked awful. It looked nothing like a dish coming out of a hotel restaurant. Then, the tuna, way too chewy with a lot of tendons in the middle. And last but not least, when you've already marinated the tuna with spicy soy, why would you still serve it with a flavorful Romanesco sauce (Better going the safe way with avocado puree?).My main course was a little better. Although my USDA Nebraska rib-eye didn't show up "medium" as I've ordered it to be, it was decent (even when it's overcooked).Despite all the grill marks, I thought the rib-eye didn't have that nice smoky flavor to it. I wonder why?The mashed potato was really underwhelming as well. When they made changes to the concept, I was expecting them to make it better, not worse. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)