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7-min walk from Exit A1, Sai Ying Pun MTR Station continue reading
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Number of Seats
36
Other Info
May Bring Your Own Wine
10% Service Charge
Outdoor Seating
Review (6)
今日同事請食飯,問我想食咩,我話不如西餐啦。之後佢左找右找,最後選擇了這間,由地鐵站去大約15分鐘路程,入面只坐了一位顧客,人數吾多都叫靜。最後多了6個顧客來,用了餐廳一半位置。待應過來給了水後問我們吃什麼?原來餐牌是桌紙,都有不同沙律主菜選擇,而我們最後我們選了2個SET LUNCH,有湯,沙律,主菜選一款,我們選擇了一個薄餅和一個闊條麵和一杯飲品(另加甜品$30) 湯和沙律用了一個石板盛食品都幾特別。湯是磨菇湯,比較淡但磨菇還有。沙律酸酸的開胃,沙律內有一片片的蘋果和蘋果容(超入味的酸汁)夠淋加菜一起食十分好味。麵包一小片,脆脆的底但包好軟同熱,還有少少的蒜茸味,已經覺得這價錢都值得食。 主菜有大約5款,我們選擇了一個薄餅和一個闊條麵,今次主菜味道偏淡,有回原本材料的味道。但食濃味的人可能叫東西吃時注明要咸一點會比較好。 薄餅是薄身乾身的,蕃茄味都夠香同味道好新鮮,但芝士味就比較少,加上香草一起食都好清新吾太滯。 闊條麵汁少,配料蔬菜都夠,中間甲住薯仔和闊條麵(大約幾層),份量都正常。上面的小蕃茄十分新鮮,食落去濃濃蕃茄味好味道。芝士味好少(好似沒有落),如味這個味道重一點會更加好。 最後飲品咖啡或茶,我們叫了檸檬茶,比較細杯同茶味比較少。 因為主菜我們都吃不完的關係沒有叫甜品,以$137這個價錢來說都十分抵食,味道和賣相都好好。期待下回來的時候再可以吃到其他食品。 continue reading
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Level3 2015-06-21
539 views
We dropped by this Italian restaurant today and had lunch set with my friends.Lunch set comes with appetizer, soup, main course, fresh apple and tea/coffee.Appetizer is salad with garlic bread and comes with carrot soup. We ordered tomato fettucine, pizza bufalina, seabrass fillet and lasagna. Tomato fettucine is juicy with tomato sauce. Fettucine's cooked time is right to eat. Pizza is quite big and it tasted good. But I don't like it is just tomayo sauce and cheese only. Fillet is average and lasagna tasted good and full of cheese.It's not full during lunch time. There are only few tables here. Environment is good with Italian songs and it's comfortable to have a peaceful lunch. continue reading
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Level1 2015-04-04
454 views
Perbacco is one of our favorite restaurants.  We've never had a bad meal, never had less than excellent service. They were closed for a while, and we worried that there was a problem. But we dropped by today and we're delighted to find them back. Their lunch "appetizers buffet" was not offered, but we think that's a good thing, as there seemed to be too much waste before.  Now the set lunch comes with soup, appetizer, and main, plus coffee or tea with fresh apple for desert For a very reasonable price.  Wine by the glass is also quite reasonable and quality is far above most wines-by-the-glass. The soup came in a type of pickling jar dish, and was a delicious, rich mushroom with froth.  The appetizer of prosciutto and cantaloupe was more than generous, fresh and sweet.  I had, for the first time, a pizza. I usually order a pasta dish because theirs is fresh and perfectly al dente, and they are one of the few HK restaurants that know how to make honest-to-goodness Italian dishes. My pizza was truly one of the best I've ever had: fontina, asparagus, and truffle on a perfectly thin, crisp crust.  It was twice as big as I could eat and so took half of it home. It was almost as good tonight for dinner...  :-) My husband had lamb chops with tomatoes, potatoes and squash, and it was also without flaw.  We do really love this restaurant, especially for lunch on weekends, and the staff is attentive but not hovering. Atmosphere is clean, modern and pleasant. For those who want a drink afterward, while people watching, Perbacco also has a lovely front terrace. continue reading
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Level2 2015-01-03
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There was a special Christmas menu on the first day we went, stopping by on a whim. We ordered: Chestnut and Italian Sausage soup, and Mixed Grilled Meats from that special menu, both AMAZINGLY good. Though not available usually, it shows the skill of the chef. Each generous helping of meat (which included lamb, beef, chicken) was perfectly cooked and flavored, with nice little vegetable sides nicely presented on a slate slab. I haven't had such good tasting meat in a long time. So much for my thoughts of becoming a vegetarian.The Chestnut soup was also delicious - thick, slightly sweet, with bits of sausage to add a touch of chewy texture - great on a cold day.We also had the Spicy Pizza - also great! Not too spicy, but enough to give it a bite, topped with pepperoni.The tiramisu, a dessert that in my opinion has been destroyed by its own popularity, was enthusiastically recommended to me by the host that evening, so I overcame my reluctance and tried it. Was I glad I did! NOT the usual tiramisu, with gelato at the bottom and some crunchy bits of amaretto inside the fresh creamy parts, it was delicious!In short, everything was cooked beautifully, much more than we expected in this casual-looking cafe setting.The place was rather empty, but we were there early and it was the holiday week when expats are mostly out of town. Nevertheless, made me worry that this gem will not last.Hankering for the pizza, we went back on 2nd of January, a Monday. It wasn't quite as good; I'm guessing it was the chef's day off. continue reading
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We recently acquainted ourselves with the owner, an Italian guy who used to work in IT, but now has several restaurants in Thailand and has started this venture in HK, aiming to deliver good honest and mama-style traditional dishes (no vegetarian spaghetti bolognaise, as he once received as a request from a tourist in Koh Samui). The chef came from Domani, so we had high expectations of the food, but we were pleasantly surprised that despite the modern decor and open-front patio-like layout, the food could have been found in any rustic trattoria in Italy, but much more beautifully presented on textured slates and modern dishes. Since it's a new restaurant, they don't have a liquor license yet, so the owner brought us down to a wine shop a short hop away which is owned by his Italian mate, and we bought a bottle of red that turned out to be good bang for the buck. We later spotted the owner at the head of the long table at the restaurant with his whole family gathered around him, all three genereations in tow, and it just feels so... Italian. It also goes to show that owners here help each other out and bring business to each other, which is what keeps the wheels of economy in motion.We wanted EVERYTHING on the menu, but that was clearly not possible for the two of us, so we had to make some harsh decisions on what to cut out. We were left with deep fried zucchini flowers (delightfully light batter, with a creamy sauce to dip into), the frittura of fresh prawns, calamari, zucchini and onion rings (same sauce, couldn't get enough of it). We moved onto the Hokkaido salad with juicy tender hunks of scallop resting on a bed of spinach and accompanied by some fresh bread. The meatballs were lightly rolled in breadcrumbs and fried which gave it a crunchy outer and a juicy inner, perfectly tied together by the deliciously light and tangy tomato sauce. For mains we were directed towards the Milanese - a big hunk of battered and fluffed up veal that maintained the right amount of fat which was balanced by the fresh tomatoes and arugula on top. We couldn't resist the owner's recommendation of the pistachio gelato with canelloni, which was everything he promised. continue reading
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