Meetlobo Ladies and gentlemen, meet Lobo

[09/11/09] 

Private kitchens are fun and quirky, but that can also be a great way to risk life and limb (and solvency) in the name of culinary adventure. Like a night in Patpong, you never quite know what’s going to be put in front of you.

However, if you stick to the mainstream and head down the culinary Autobahn of French cuisine, you just might find yourself entering optimum dating territory (just don't forget to bring the mints).

MeetLobo (literally, the chef’s name is "Lobo") has been serving up top notch European cuisine for three years now. Tucked away on the fourth floor of a residential building opposite Times Square, this little private kitchen is the perfect place for either a large group of mates or a cozy evening one-on-one with a lady friend. Here, you can escape the hustle and bustle of a conventional restaurant, or maybe just the waiting times and annoyingly loud couples. There are two comprehensive six-course menus available, featuring the likes of seared scallop or tiger shrimp for an appetizer and Tenderloin (+$50) or Australian lamb for a main course. Lobo himself highly recommends his speciality goose liver or duck confit. But then of course he would.

Keep it cozy, keep it intimate. Lobotise your libido.

Meetlobo
www.meetlobo.com
4/F, Room B, Tak Tat Building, 50-52 Russell Street, Causeway Bay, Tel: 6438-3363
Open Mon-Sat, 7pm-11pm.
$$ (HK$200-$499); cash only.

The Nuts & Bolts: Meetlobo is a private kitchen that serves up European cuisine in a cozy and intimate environment.

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