Al Molo Ristorante - Hongkong
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Directions to Al Molo Ristorante
Located right on Victoria Harbor in the Ocean Terminal shopping center, right near the Star Ferry in Tsim Tsa Tsui, 'Al Molo' is Italian for 'by the pier'. True to its name, its al fresco dining is literally waterfront. Both indoor and outdoor seating has stunning views of the Hong Kong skyline, and a perfect view of the Symphony of Lights (if you happen to be there at 8PM). Inside, enjoy a chic, NYC-contemporary atmosphere, and a mouthwatering open kitchen, which immediately whets your appetite. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, making this venue perfect for taking someone who you're trying to impress.
They are known for their Lunch Buffet, which includes antipasti, salad, soup, and dessert (the Prosciutto di Parma is delicious) Signature dishes include Crispy Spiced Pork Terrine with Organic Egg and Parmigiano Crema, their authentic, thin-crusted pizzas, and their Garganelli with Prosciutto, Truffle cream and peas. Leave room for their Almond cake or Tiramisu. Buon Appetito!
Expect to spend about $150-200 HKD for lunch, and about $400-500 HKD for dinner per person.
After finishing the meal, take a romantic stroll along the harbor towards to the Avenue of the Stars, which will take only about 10 minutes.
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