Sevva - Hongkong
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Directions to Sevva
Sevva prides itself on its luxury, high-class Western-Asian fusion cuisine, and is known for its posh and elegant, yet cozy atmosphere, stunning views, delicious high tea, cool, creative cocktails, and outrageous cakes. The restaurant itself is divided into the Harbor Side, Bank Side, Taste Bar, Cake Corner, and Terrace. Decorated with works from the London Fine Art Gallery, it is the perfect place to come if you are prepared to be extravagant, either with your business clients, your lawyer friends, or your lover on a special occasion.
Many in the corporate world come to Sevva after work for happy hour, and to enjoy the gorgeous panorama from the 25th floor. Their selections of both classy cocktails and imported wine from around the world are both very extensive and impressive. Cheers!
Signature dishes include Spaghetti with King Prawns and Crabmeat in Champagne Cream sauce, Baked Truffle Pasta with Triple Cheese, and Sevva Indian-Style Corn chips. The desserts include the Marie Antoinette Crave, an outrageous cake with cotton candy on top, inspired by the Queen’s hair, the chocolate fudge cake, the signature crunch cake, and their carrot cake.
Expect to pay about $450-550HKD for lunch or tea
$600-800HKD for dinner per person.
If you want to go for a few more drinks but don’t want to break your bank, a nearby, cheaper alternative is Lan Kwai Fong (LKF), which is about a 10 minute walk from there. Smoke some Hookah/Shisha, have a few drinks, or dance the night away (many in Hong Kong will be there to join you!)
Nearest MTR station is Central.
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