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Little Tai Hang welcomes its third F&B concept

December 7, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

Little Tai Hang welcomes another member to its ever-growing family with the opening of Tipsy. The modern European restaurant adds to the impressive stable of restaurants housed within the Tai Hang boutique hotel and serviced apartment property, joining May Chow’s and Young Master’s award-winning Second Draft and contemporary Italian restaurant and wine bar Bond.

Sandwiched between Causeway Bay and Tin Hau, the quaint neighbourhood of Tai Hang is a favourite hidden hideaway for Hong Kongers and tourists alike. A relaxed pocket a stone’s throw from the action of the busy streets of Hong Kong, Tai Hang is an area known for relaxing vibes and good eats, with an impressive family of local restaurants and hip coffee shops with some of the best food in the city. Little Tai Hang is proud to house two restaurants that have already become celebrated local favourites, with new addition Tipsy set to be yet another crowd-pleaser.

Now open on the first floor of Little Tai Hang, Tipsy plates up modern European cuisine with global influences in an elegant yet relaxing setting. Signature dishes include Blow Torched Spanish Red Prawns (HKD178) marinated with garlic, ginger, tomato and topped with Japanese crispy bubu arare, Levitating Caviar with lobster jelly and celeriac cream (HKD238) and Sicilian Anchovy Pasta (HKD238) with roasted breadcrumbs and sakura ebi. The extensive wine programme boasts old and new world labels along with traditional cocktails and remakes of modern classics. The interior design celebrates the neighbourhood, featuring colonial accents and a beautifully hand-drawn feature wall inspired by Tai Hang. Brass accents and soft lighting add to the cosy ambience making it perfect for spending a relaxed evening with friends.

Bond’s home-style Italian comfort fare and laid-back vibe make for the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. The eclectic menu features family favourites at affordable prices including their signature Table Side Spaghetti (HKD198) served from a large 24-month aged parmesan cheese wheel and Fusilli Lunghi Bucati (HKD268). The large open terrace is an ideal way to soak in the cool breeze this autumn with friends and loved ones with a selection from the impressive wine list.

Located on the ground floor of Little Tai Hang, the buzzing Second Draft has become the neighbourhood’s favourite gastropub. Boasting the full range of beers from celebrated local brewers Young Master as well as a wide selection of international craft beers, each brew is stored at one of three different temperatures to ensure optimal flavour. The drinks are complemented by a food menu masterminded by internationally award-winning chef May Chow, with high-quality and, wherever possible, local ingredients used in a Hong Kong-inspired menu with signatures including Mapo Burrata (HKD138), Tai Hang Fries (HKD68) dusted with cumin, takana and dried chilli, Crab Pasta (HKD198) featuring Shanghainese yellow noodles, house béchamel sauce, cucumber, ginger, and a splash of Chin Kiang black vinegar topped with a whole flower crab and Lobster Chiella (HKD600) (pre-order required), Second Draft’s twist on a Spanish Paella featuring a whole Boston Lobster plated over piping hot cheesy vegetable rice.

Just around the corner from the boutique hotel and serviced apartment property, foodies can explore a world of top quality dining options. Crowd favourites include Ramen Nagi, famous for their comforting, flavour-packed bowls of fresh noodles, the uber-hip Unar Coffee Company, Locomotive Contemporary Vietnamese Cuisine for a steaming bowl of their signature rice noodle soup with beef or to newcomer Plumcot, where sweet tooths can indulge on a range of delectable freshly baked pastries and croissants.

For a taste of local flavours, Man Sing Restaurant serves up excellent steamed mince pork and Sichuan favourite mouth-watering chicken, while Shun Hing Noodle & Tea Restaurant has long been a local favourite for their warm bowls of barbecue pork topped with a crispy fried egg. For a heart-warming bowl of congee, head to Sun Hong Kee Congee Shop which is also known for their special ox-tongue pastry or wander down the lane to Wong Lam Kee for their famous Chiu Chow style fish balls with rice noodles.

To celebrate Little Tai Hang’s growing foodie family, all three restaurants will be offering 10% to customers who like the Little Tai Hang Facebook page and the Facebook page of the respective restaurant from 1 Jan 2018 – 28 Feb 2018.

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