The graciousness of a bygone era is captured at one of Hong Kong’s premier Chinese restaurants ‑ One Harbour Road at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. Commanding unparalleled views of Hong Kong’s world famous Victoria Harbour from its waterfront position, the duplex restaurant emulates the elegance of a Taipan’s Peak mansion from the 1930’s: a period best remembered for its high society and fine living.
The cosy home ambience of the restaurant is enhanced by rich and beautiful Santos rosewood timber furniture. While the feel at the lower veranda has been restored with a natural stone from the portico which creates a lighter airy feel of outdoor dining in this area. The fountain at the lower dining area has been fitted with special distinctive glass mosaics. Handmade custom carpets with furnishings including dining chairs, sofas and draperies all work together to add to the final residential touch in the restaurant.
In summarising the design concept for One Harbour Road, it is very much a remembrance of the past ‑ of all the good things about Hong Kong from a period still remembered for its style and elegance. Apart from a great variety of traditional and creative dim sum, Chef Chan Hon Cheong’s signature dishes include Braised sea cucumber coated with shrimp mousse, deep fried pigeon egg and gold leaf; Steamed sustainable giant garoupa fillet with bamboo piths, beancurd sheet, fermented rice wine sauce.