To encourage eatery outlets to reduce food waste at source together with customers through offering portioned meals and adopting food waste reduction measures, the Environmental Protection Department has launched the “Food Wise Eateries” Scheme. Participants will be awarded with a Food Wise Eateries (FWE) accreditation status if they comply with the assessment criteria and will be granted with the FWE Logo and Stickers for displaying in the premises and their promotion for public identification. Applications are accepted all year round and are FREE of charge.
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酒吧在頂樓，入門口即見吧枱及一張樓梯下梳化，咁細。 Bartender 介紹我地點酒後，原來上天台坐。
Positioned at the top of the adjoining hotel, it has amazing views of Kowloon. It really needs to be seen to be believed.
It's quiet during the week and there are both high tables and lounges on the top deck. Plus a few seats downstairs in the indoor bar.
Happy hour with BOGOF on many wines of good quality. Little bit expensive once the HH is finished. Plus they serve fish crackers to nibble on.
You DO need to keep popping down for drinks as there service is somewhat reactive.
And do go to the free Hong Kong in the 1960s museum downstairs in the hotel. We take all our gweilo friends there and they love it. You can play about with all the artefacts. Plus they have a fabulous old car there.
We ordered a red and a cocktail.
The Shiraz from Australia is not bad at this price, easy drinking and quite fruity.
The cocktail, Pina Colada, is nice with coconut scent, no too sweet and not too icy. The environment is excellent, the scene is definitely comparable to those in Elements. Only a pity that all other diners smoked on the roof top that night.
The staff are all polite and friendly.