Bondi Beach is famous the world over, and it isn’t surprising to hear that that fame has extended as far as Hong Kong. The Australian love of food is well known, and Bondi at Wyndham bring the favourites from Down Under to Central with no little style. Aussie tucker is notably multicultural, and the menu reflects this, with Asian, Mediterranean and British influences, as well as a few home specialities as well. Take the train to Central and wander up the hill along Wyndham Street to taste a little bit of Oz in Hong Kong.
Great restaurant with a cozy environment, superb wine list and the best hangar steak i've tasted in HK. The mushroom soup was fantastic which is usually hard to say about soups. The wines are more boutique value wines so ask Ken for a recommendation if you are not familiar. Andy the head chef was very kind and accommodating. He greeted us and ensured the food was cooked to our taste. Highly recommend Bondi@Wyndham!
Really great restaurant. The atmosphere was vibrant and comfortable. The food was of a very high quality. The ocean trout I had was very fresh and the herbs were very tasty. It was also amazing to see such a busy restaurant (it was full whilst I was there) ensured artful presentation of the food and kept my water refilled. Great service!
There are beaches in Hong Kong, for sure, but there aren’t many that can compete with Bondi for international acclaim. The eastern Sydney seafront is renowned around the world, and Bondi at Wyndham on, well, Wyndham Street, is taking a little of that glamour to Central with a menu filled with Australian and international classics. Aussie food takes influences from all the multicultural elements that make up the modern day Sydney, and they’re all on offer at Bondi at Wyndham in the hills of Hong Kong.
The many Mediterranean migrants to Australia have left their mark, and Bondi at Wyndham displays this influence. That means calamari to start, pan-fried foie gras and meatballs with feta, should you desire it. Asian food makes an appearance on Wyndham Street too, with Korean-style fried chicken and sesame-encrusted tuna, while British flavours are found in steaks and pork chops with homemade gravy. Take the trip to Central and make the most of this Australian classic in the heart of Hong Kong.