Ambrosia Oyster - Hongkong
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Ambrosia Oyster is, for sure, best known for its Oysters. When visitors first walk in the restaurant, they are easily stunned by two things. The first one is the oyster bar which is not very common in the city. The other is the magnificent 270-degree view. Ambrosia Oyster occupies the whole 28 floor on iSquareand the French windows allow maximum sunlight.
Fortunately, the chef here manages to draw your attention back to the dishes. With numerous selections of premium oyster from France, U.S., Australia, Scotland, Japan and more, the freshness and supply are the least thing to worry.
Looking for something hot? The grill & seafood section is equally impressive! Signature dishes include charcoal grilled Angus T-bone steak, duck challandais breast with sautéed green apple, savoy cabbage, port wine & cognac jus, Canadian sea urchin with avocado crush & king crab meat cup, Japanese scallop tartar with cantaloupes & foie gras parfait, and sea bass fillet & sautéed razor clam, scallops & chorizo cream sauce.
For the ambiance and services, diners can expect the most high-end and romantic experience. Right here you can enjoy the night view of the busiest city in the world. Dim lighting, blue theme color, plus glasses of wine make it a perfect place for date.
Private room for group is available.
Mon - Fri: 05:00pm - 07:00p.m
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