Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Kazahana 風花雪月 (Hong Kong, CHINA) ★★★☆☆

It's a little difficult to imagine how a small boutique hotel like Cue Hotel (啟酒店) could accommodate three different Japanese-style restaurants under the same roof but somehow they managed to pull it off. Located on Queen's Road East just across the street from La Creperie and Jan Jan, Kazahana (風花雪月) combines a casual coffee shop (ground floor), teppanyaki (second floor) and sushi restaurant (third floor) on the first three floors of the hotel.

The set lunch menu largely consists of casual Italian dishes with a strong Japanese twist. Starting things off was a complimentary porcini mushroom soup. Not bad.

Both of us went with their linguini with pan-seared scallops and spinach cream sauce ($108). That was surprisingly good. The linguini was perfectly al dente and working well with the creamy spinach sauce.

Dessert of the day was matcha panna cotta. Fairly nice with rich matcha flavor. I could only hope that it's a little bigger than the portion of a tiny glass.

Three course for the price of $108, not bad at all especially for a hotel restaurant in Wanchai. I would definitely come back for their teppanyaki restaurant next time.

Food Rating: 4.5/10
Price: $$
Address: 1-3/F, Cue Hotel, 83 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Closest Metro Station: Wanchai
Tel: +852 2865-7177

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