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A chic and sophisticated restaurant in the heart of Tin Hau, A La Maison XXL Seafood & Grill is a restaurant that brings the great tradition of French cooking to Hong Kong. The restaurant offers a superb selection of seafood and meat dishes from its location on Juniper Street – close to Fortress Hill Metro station, just off Kings Road – and their decor is as stylish as one would expect from a restaurant representing one of the fashion capitals of the world. Book a table now for a superb night out in Hong Kong.
The quality of food and service have been kept to standard in all these years. The serving size is appropriate. The dinner menu is even better.
Good portion. Reasonable. Not spacious enough. A bit noisy though.
Food are quite nice especially the Chorizo and Squid and the Lobster Paella would definitely recommend if you want a nice place for gathering with a big group of friends
One can get food from all over the world in Hong Kong, and some of the best of it is found in Causeway Bay. Just out of the main built-up area, in Tin Hau, there is an outpost of French cuisine in the form of A La Maison XXL Seafood & Grill on Juniper Street. The location is a huge plus point – near Kings Road and Fortress Hill, but not completely hectic like the rest of Causeway Bay – and their decor is understated, yet tasteful.
The address and the ambience are one thing, but a restaurant lives and dies on its menu, and at A La Maison, they have a food selection to be proud of. The speciality here is seafood – oysters, salmon, lobster – but they also offer other French favourites, like foie gras and filet mignon. Book a table now at this superlative Tin Hau restaurant, on Juniper Street, for a decadent European feast in Hong Kong.