Excelsior Hotel, Hong Kong - Dining Options
Food lovers will be spoilt for choice in Hong Kong, but you needn’t leave the hotel to eat very well indeed. Half a dozen, very varied, options await. Lunch or dinner at Yee Tung Heen, for instance, means the finest of authentic Cantonese cuisine. Famous for its award-winning Dim Sum, the food is full of seasonal specialities, served with modern flair.
The slick and sophisticated Tott’s and its roof terrace offer either indoor dining or a stunning al fresco option overlooking the Harbour. The food takes in both European and Asian dishes, whilst the Sunday Brunch with live jazz is always popular.
For something thoroughly Italian, in a contemporary Tuscan interior, the hotel’s ‘trattoria’ Cammino serves light and healthy a la carte options.
The Café on the 1st is where to head for all-day dining with breathtaking views of the harbour. Serving international or Asian dishes, the menu has a real treat for those with a sweet tooth. Choose from twenty types of dessert every day!
Those craving some excellent British gastro pub grub should be delighted by Dickens. Friendly, relaxed and down-to-earth, it’s inspired by the best of British pubs. Highlights include a famous curry lunch buffet, quiz nights and live sport on the TV.
Finally, in the busy lobby, there’s premium Italian coffee (15 varieties) and fresh light bites in Expresso.