Kitchen: British with colonial flair
Price range: British classics from 90 hkd | Indian classics from 90 hkd | Hong Kong classics from 90 hkd | Malaysian classics from 135 hkd | Further exploration from 90 hkd | Desserts from 90 hkd.
Recommendation: Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2016
Al fresco: YES! Amazing terrace on the 3th floor.
Lunch: Weekday set lunch from 250 hkd.
Brunch: Weekends and Public Holidays all you can eat brunch for 380 hkd. Add 320 hkd for all you can drink wine/champagne or peroni.
Afternoon tea: Weekdays 3-5:30pm, Weekends 4-5:30pm for 195 hkd per person. You can choose 6 items from the afternoon tea menu and coffee/tea is complimentary.
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Experience: Situated in one of the oldest streets in Hong Kong, The Envoy was opened in 2016 in the brand new Pottinger Hotel. The Envoy gained fame with the award-winning cocktail Honey Me Honey Tea, but the food menu is also very unique. You’ll recognize the British’s influence on South Asia’s kitchen in the Pani Puri, Beef Rendang or steamed Momos. The feel of the place is spot on with a lot of wood, marble, and earthy and rustic motifs. The Envoy isn’t the cheapest place to go for dinner, but if we were a fancy 19th century seafarer on a layover in HK, we’d dive in here for some comfort food and a pint or two.
Address: The Envoy | 3/F, The Pottinger (Hotel), 74 Queen’s Road Central.