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The Kennedy Town corner of Hong Kong is slowly growing its reputation for great restaurants among the city’s foodie fans. In what was one of the city’s sleepiest districts, a number of great restaurants have sprung up in recent years offering everything from sushi to pizza. At Bresola, on Catchick Street, there’s Italian food with splashes of other western influences to bring diners a chic, relaxed dining experience in this part of town.
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This is a great little Italian bistro in KTown. Food quality was very good especially the risotto. Very good service and a cosy atmosphere.
It's like having dinner in our home kitchen, very cozy and relaxed.
Our favourite dishes are margarita pizza, rosemary pork chop, meat ball pasta, cobb salad, house red wine is very good too, atmosphere is relaxed and enjoyable, service is friendly and warm
Bresola is a tiny neighbourhood restaurant in Hong Kong’s Kennedy Town serving up generous
plates of Italian food in this foodie corner of town. The food is classic Italian, but disposes of the
pizza/pasta dichotomy in favour of a more nuanced approach, including plenty of interesting
meat dishes. This Catchick Street holeinthewall, moments from the coast offers a refreshing
perspective on this classic cuisine for foodies in Hong Kong.
Finding a great restaurant in Kennedy Town is getting easier and easier. A number of great new places have made themselves known to the eatingout population, but perhaps quiet, little Bresola has missed out on the fanfare. An unassuming, tiny restaurant on Catchick Street, this is a Hong Kong restaurant that combines great food, classic flavours and generous portions. This winning combination is proving popular with fans of Italian food that are bored of menus of fauxItalian pizzas and overcooked pasta. At Bresola, diners can expect a considered menu of great Italian dishes that doesn’t rely on tired cliched ideas about the food from lo stivale.
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