Alize Noire de Nova is an institution in the North Point neighbourhood of Hong Kong for its approach to fusion and European cuisine. Besides a robust a la carte menu offering a mix of French, Italian, Spanish and central European classics, Alize Noire de Nova’s Marble Garden kitchen also runs a popular weekend brunch and all-day breakfast menu that keeps its Marble Road restaurant busy throughout Saturday and Sunday, and a traditional afternoon tea for monarchists across the city.
Location and environment are good. Price is a bit expensive. They will have a birthday cake cutting fee $50. If they could waive it, it would be more competition.
Alize Noire de Nova’s weekend brunch menu doubles as an incredibly popular all-day breakfast offering, with the lavish big brekkie including sauteed wild mushrooms, bacon, breakfast sausage, eggs any which way you like them, grilled tomato, garden salad, homemade bread, smoked salmon, and baked beans with cheese. Australian and British expats in need of a Commonwealth-worthy feed flock to this North Point restaurant just for this, while Hong Kong’s fans of European and French-style petit dejeuner love the pancakes and waffles.
Marble Road is the site of one of Hong Kong’s favourite night markets, and if it’s shopping that you intend to get stuck into over here in North Point you’re advised to pay Alize Noire de Nova a visit to get stuck into some Western and European food. Grab the slow-cooked Australian rack of lamb with a balsamic reduction, homemade Italian pizza, risotto and fresh oysters (with global seasonal varieties often available), or head straight for dessert. Alternatively, book an elegant afternoon tea set from 2pm, featuring a range of European finger foods and tea or coffee.