Tsim Sha Tsui welcomes revamped Hutong

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Chocolate mooncakes hit the spot for Mid-Autumn Festival

Following a month-long refurb, Hutong at One Peking has reopened with a stylish Chinese-inspired interior – think birdcage bar, traditional stone ‘Moon Gate’ framing the lounge area, colourful Lai See tree and 70-year old hand-crafted wooden ceiling lovingly transported to Hong Kong from a heritage Shanxi house. Add in a chilli-infused cocktail menu and a delicious lineup of new dishes and you’ve got yourself the perfect ‘impress-the-guests’ location. The dining area is more spacious than before, with cute creative touches such as birdcages decorating each table, and the private lounge has been transformed into a welcoming bar – a useful addition for aperitifs or digestifs that gives you yet more opportunity to soak up the dramatic city views. Helming the kitchen is chef Martin Mak, a barbecued meat specialist boasting decades of experience, so you can rest assured your Peking duck – hand-carved at the table – is in safe hands. Expect plenty of tasty northern China favourites and dim sum – but with the venue’s stunning outlook over Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island, attention is bound to be diverted away from your plate. hutong.com.hk

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