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等级4 2020-05-27
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在圈内朋友不多,不过就很喜欢跟这几位朋友饭聚,因为最好的就是「唔使谂」。朋友无论在吃及饭都很有水平,只需要安心「跟机」就好。又回来这里,朋友是熟客,当然就劳烦他跟主理人兼大厨打点了。以海鲜为主的菜式,道道也精彩。鲷鱼刺身配上的是自家腌制的鱼籽,後者的鲜浓咸香正好是前者的最佳调味。新鲜沙鎚鱼去头留尾并清理好内脏,薄薄的扑上粉再炸好。外层酥脆而肉质鲜甜嫩滑,其实连最简单的调味(一点点的鲜柠檬汁)也不需要,也很美味。小小的鱿鱼以铁锅内烧得滚热的上台,连内脏及其墨汁一起煮,吃起来味道是无比鲜甜。再来就是新鲜青口,已去壳的青口再加上白子及椰菜花,还有大量的mimolette硬芝士,焗成一锅香喷喷的芝士青口锅。吃过精彩的手制意大利面,就是(超巨型)海鲜汤是也。这个本地版本的法式海鲜汤放进了括龙虾、石九公、鳝、小花蟹等等等等。花去大量功夫,吃了不少的海鲜「汤渣」,垫底的汤汁不多,但却是整个菜式的焦点所在。加入番红花粉去煮的鲜鱼汤底当然是百喝不厌,当中同煮的新薯也是再饱都忍不住口不停吃的。虽然是晚的4位大汉「食力」也不弱,但面对这个8人吃也绰绰有余的汤窝,当然吃得捧腹。而当大厨再将海鲜饭拿出来的时候,大家正式投降...吃得喝得也非常尽兴的一夜,期待下次再聚。 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级3 2020-06-22
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Normally I prefer not writing a very negative food review. I have to confess this one is partially on me as all the previous comments have been spot on, “hard sell”, “over priced”. And yet, I still want to go, I was thinking , with the title of “ bed Asia 50”, how wrong can it be? The reality has “slapped” in the face very hard. 通常情况下不愿意写特别差的食评,毕竟,这样的经济环境下来饭店是很不容易的。但是,这麽多人都给了同样的评论,我也应该早🈶️心理准备。食物 - 是好吃的,尤其是招牌的烤鸡。鸡肉选择非常好,鲜嫩,tender , 做法也非常入味。非常推荐。但是$980一只,真的有点贵。其他可圈可点的就是油炸小黄鱼,火候很好,不油腻。其他的,就真的是靠食材颜值能打- 贵的食材 比如 应季白芦笋,truffle, kinky fish. 很想分享一个插曲 : 爹地是吃素的,所以白芦笋有用小蚝调味就需要做一些处理。但是,拿上来的时候,给爹地准备的就是一条赤裸裸的水煮白芦笋!我都惊呆了~ 这样能拿出来给客人吃?至少也要加一些seasoning 吧!这样的菜拿出来厨师不觉得丢人麽?不知道是waitress 沟通有问题还是怎样。总是我们提出要退回去加一些seasoning. 服务:非常attentive, 但是,除了服务我们的waitress, 老板娘也会来问一次,还有什麽要加的麽?我们四个人,8个菜(还没加甜点),还要打包。老板娘还要推龙虾🦞!看看隔壁桌,龙虾和我们点的鸡差不多大,真心吃不了啊。所以,真的是hard sell. 每一次开一瓶新的水不会和我们说- 这也可以,但是已经吃完了再开一瓶,到我们走的时候整瓶水还没动,有点过分了,as a curtesy 也要问一下吧。真的哭笑不得要把整瓶水走。酒单: 真的没什麽选择,既然corkage 不贵,建议自己带酒。厕所:可能人多没时间搭理,不乾净整体:有点名不副实,” neighborhood ” 印象中应该是最朴实的素材接地气的做法。但是整体偏贵,服务生硬,唯一值得庆幸的是食物质素还可以。新进亚洲Top 50, 让人感觉想在短时间赚尽, make the most out of it, 而不是长期的回头客。应该,再也不会去了。 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
🐮Acquitaine beef tartare / burrata / hazelnut $195.🍝Homemade Tagliolini / soft egg $175.🐣Poached Pigeon Egg / Horseradish / Caviar $280 👌🏻👍🏻.🐚French Mussels / mushroom / curry $265 👍🏻👍🏻.🐓Salt baked chicken rice / yellow wine / morel $980.Too lazy to write about every dishes at Neighborhood. But I have to jot a few lines on this because I love the chicken kidney and liver so much!! And indeed the giblet rice went so well the creamy sauce and the morel that the spot light actually slipped away from the main of this dish - the chicken haha.Overall the food was good but overpriced🤔 The service was so so given that we were pressurized to order more food then what we could actually finish. Ho hard sell lol 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级3 2019-10-27
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💸 HKD$ 500 each person1.  Pigeon eggs2.  Buttered frog legs fried3.  Hanging beef4.  Famous salt baked chicken (before mixing with rice)5.  The salt baked chicken mixed with the rice and chicken gizzard heart liver in  mushroom sauce.Its service is really irritating. My frds and I (total 3 girls), ordered pigeon eggs, its signature chicken, frog legs and the dessert in the beginning. Its waiter and the manager asked us twice if you want to add one more dish (they claimed the portion was not enough for 3 people), then we ordered one more hanging beef. Well, we all know its chicken and rice are super huge which was still too much for 3 people if ordered together 2 appertisers and 1 dessert. We felt so irritating by the ladies disturbing us (they came over and asked twice). We were like what a big deal it was, if we didnt feel full, we would order more later. Why was a concern to the waiters and the manager?! The manager was so rude on the tips when we checking the bill. She implied to pay them tips separately as the tips was not counted in bill, which was fine on us, paying tips was a normal practice in HK. But we felt enough with her attitude. Since Louise came in town, we wont visit neighbourhood again. 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级3 2019-10-23
3279 浏览
Summary: The worst excesses of modern restaurants - overpriced, underwhelming, overwrought, under-executed; just a mess. Charming service and pleasant ambiance can't save a poor menu and dishes I couldn't fathom at half the price. One or two good plates aside, I can't imagine ever returning to this place, and I'll save you the trouble and expense; stay away from Neighborhood.Somehow, this is not only on Asia's top 50 restaurants (which is itself a total fraud), it holds decent ratings on Google and Facebook. Fortunately, people on Openrice seem to be in line with my opinion of this place. Neighborhood is a neatly hidden restaurant on a side street off Peel street, right next to Times bar and near Fils a Maman. They've gone for a warm, minimalist approach to decoration which works for them:Very cozyWe had a table in the back room, and a separate server on hand for the whole meal. She was truly excellent, providing just the right amount of attention, and comfortably explaining how each dish was prepared, as well as listening to our complaints with an open mind.  Here's the menu:As you can see, small plates on the left average about 175 and mains are over 1000 each. Not cheap. Wine list is in line with what you'd expect at a place like this - we had a bottle of the Le Plan (White Cotes du Rhone), which was perfectly fine for 530.Here's what we had. FYI the small plates are indeed small; they’re best shared between 2 people.Pigeon Eggs with Caviar An incredible $280, these were simply terrible. The pigeon eggs are simply hard boiled, coated in a frankly disgusting horseradish-1000-Island sauce and topped with a dollop of caviar each. I assume this would cost 1/3 of the price without the caviar, and it added nothing given how overwhelming the sauce is. I found no redeeming value in this combination, and that's a big statement. Avoid at all costsMochida Tomatoes with Peach The tomatoes are delicious themselves, juicy and fresh, but they're covered in a cloyingly-sweet sauce which throws off the entire dish. The peaches were sweet, but probably the wrong complement to this already annoyingly candied mess. Did anyone taste this?Warm Vegetable Casserole with Truffle vinaigretteThis dish isn't much to look at - the bizarre inclusion of lettuce makes it look like boiled chinese lettuce with frozen peas. And yes, the top picture is exactly how it looks when it's served. Against all odds though, its surprisingly subtle truffle dressing makes this pretty tasty, giving it both richness and savoriness, while not burying the vegetables in overbearing truffle aroma. That said, ingredient-wise, it's the cheapest wet-market produce, and of course it's not worth 170 HKDGarganelli with Scallop Skirt and Beef TripeStewed beef tripe cooked with undetectable scallop skirt (provides texture i guess?) and garganelli. So rich i swore there was butter added, though the server denied it. Pretty tasty, and finally, a simple dish done well. The pasta was appropriately chewy, and its grooves are perfect to soak up the beefy sauce. The first order i enjoyed Mussels with Curry SauceMy friends ordered before i arrived, and this doesn't seem to be on the menu, so assume it's a special. A totally adequate plate of mussels in a creamy (non-spicy) curry sauce. The server made it a point to say it was non-spicy, but i'm not sure why; a touch of spice would have improved it i think. Anyway, it's fine (especially with bread!) but not nothing specialKinki (Channel Rockfish) PaellaThe most expensive dish of the night at 1180 - after tasting it I was speechless for all the wrong reasons. Its presentation is impressive - it comes in on a hot Paella plate with a layer of rice bearing the deboned Kinki. However, we immediately ran into problems removing the rice from the bottom of the pan - one of the servers had to help us, and even for him, it didn't look easy. The thin layer of rice is BURNT on to the pan - the server told us the chef insists on this level of "crunchiness" - call a spade a spade - it's burnt rice. Some rice will get caught between your teeth, and the "crunchiness" honestly threatens your fillings. The fish itself is actually grilled beautifully though it's over-salted, and without much edible rice as a complement, was sometimes painful to eat. It's very juicy though, and this could be good if the rice was somewhere near paella-level softness, and able to absorb some of those fishy drippings. At 1180 though, i wasn't sure whether to laugh or cry.Salt-Baked Chicken with Morels, Foie Gras and TruffleThis was unequivocally a good plate- finally something worthy of the effort spent and cost inflicted. However, we went and wasted that by adding a whole shaved truffle (a painful extra 700HKD), which to me was completely pointless; providing neither added aroma nor flavor. I can't even blame the restaurant - you gotta fleece clowns when you can. Sue us: it was a birthday. Here are some pics of the chicken before and after the salt/egg white covering was broken, and in its final form, cooked with rice and morel/morel cream One pic with the added truffles The chicken, which i believe is locally sourced, was moist but a bit chewy and stringy. I thought that gave the chicken some character though, and it was certainly not overcooked. The morel cream and tons of scattered foie gras gives it a heartiness and risotto-like consistency which works well with the mild chicken - it's not actually that salty. Fortunate, after the Kinki debacle. It's a whole chicken so it's a good portion to share, and with the rice and foie gras, it's quite filling. The foie gras seemed somewhat tasteless, as I guess its flavor was leeched into the rice, but it was impressively not chewy or overcooked. At 980 this is the closest this restaurant comes to value; just don't fall for that truffle.Overall though, this restaurant is insanely overpriced, and doesn't come anywhere near justifying it. We spent 4300 between the 4 of us with 1 bottle of wine ($530), basically a single drink each. Even excluding the 700$ truffle, it still comes out to 900$ pp for not a ton of food. Lack of value aside, the food seems to have no conception of balance, and the wrong flavors are highlighted at the expense of good ingredients. The tomatoes were ruined by the over-sweet sauce, while the caviar and pigeon eggs were wasted under that orange glop. The Kinki was ruined by poor execution and/or planning, and no restaurant should ever serve a less-than-delicious $1200 dish. As for positives; I enjoyed sopping up the mussel curry sauce with their admittedly excellent bread, and the baked chicken is also delicious. I suppose if three of you come, share one of the chickens, and keep ordering bread... never mind that's still too expensive. Excellent service notwithstanding, I think we tried more than enough of the menu to justify this rating. Do me a big favor and don't bother trying Neighborhood. 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)