Looking for a cool new restaurant to try in HK? We are fully behind the latest opening from Wooly Pig Hong Kong: Hue
Joining our list of favourite restaurants in Hong Kong, that is already home to the likes of Arcane, Arbor and Zoku, Hue crafts wonderful dishes with an extra dose of love. Find out why we’re here for this wee beauty and its gorgeous harbour views.
We review Hue
Situated at the revamped Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hue is perfectly located next to the harbour, making it the ideal location for a dinner where you want to impress or a lunch where you need to zen out in a beautifully-designed space. We love the pops of teal that are complemented wonderfully with accents of brass and bronze along with some stunning artworks and bespoke wallpaper designs – #designporn.
Brought to life by Woolly Pig Hong Kong, the restaurant group behind Big Sur, Bathers and Madam S’ate, this 5,000 sq-f space serves gastronomic delights with a side of down-to-earth service which we really get behind. Expect quality cuts of meat including Mayura Wagyu and New Zealand lamb alongside freshly-caught seafood and the finest local and international ingredients from Australian Chef Anthony Hammel.
Tell us about the food
We went over to sample the weekday set lunch that changes regularly and we weren’t disappointed. The homemade bread was so good and had us drooling so much, we had to actively step away from it so that we had enough room for our three courses.
Long story short, there’s something for everyone at Hue, including vegetarians, and everything we tasted was divine. The grilled octopus got rave reviews, while my burrata with mushrooms two-ways was an absolute knock out. If you’re looking for something warm and hearty, the Buffalo Ricotta Dumplings are a must try. On the day we went, they had a bangin’ pavlova for dessert but the Creme Fraiche Mousse is a crowd pleaser too.
We think Hue is one of the most exciting places to woo and be wooed, and we can’t wait to go back soon.
Hue, 1/F Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong