Shore Down to the Shore Line

[20/10/10] 

Had enough of tiny Soho restaurants in greasy dark back alleys, where you're literally eating in each other's arm pits? We know these cozy little eateries can be fun sometimes - the discovery, the intrigue - but it's also nice to have a bit of room to stretch, to be able to sip your wine without twisting in your seat, and wave to a waiter without KOing your date.

Shore is Hong Kong's newest open plan eatery, with a total of 10,000 blissful square feet in which to play.

With 'onshore' (fish) and 'offshore' (meat) components, there's a spacious terrace for one of their innovative cocktails (the luck is in the bartender), as well as a menu of dry-aged steaks, butchered in house, and sustainable seafood all prepared by the culinary talents of former Frog Faced Fish chef Jason Black.

Be sure to look out for their  steak knife box set-weilding VIPs (they might choose you) and remember, the city's beautiful tend to arrive after nine, so be sure to get in early if you plan to use all that apace to twirl.

Julie Andrews style.

Shore
3rd and 4th floor, L Place, 139 Queen's Road, Central, Tel: 2915 1638

Nuts & Bolts
New spacious restaurant in Central

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