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In Lung Mei Village, in Tai Mei Tuk, out in the wilds of the New Territories, on the edge of Pat Sin Leng Country Park, there lies a tribute to the cuisine of the countryside. Cafe de Country Art is a work of art in itself – the building has to be seen to be believed – and their international menu shows off the fresh ingredients and rustic cooking techniques that can only come from a deep understanding of nature. Hong Kong has plenty of restaurants that boast of freshness and organic products, but few of them pull it off like Cafe de Country Art – so book a table now.
Visiting Cafe de Country Art is an experience not to be forgotten. The restaurant building is a mash of architectural styles, and, while hardly a tribute to subtlety, it is truly striking. Their menu is international and naturally-inclined – as naturally inclined as the hills of Pat Sin Leng Country Park, over which the restaurant looks out – and features international favourites renowned the world over. Head on over to Lung Mei Village in the New Territories to taste the world without leaving Hong Kong.
The international specialities on the menu at Cafe de Country Art are numerous, so let us talk you through a few. Germany is represented in the New Territories by pork knuckle, and the US makes their appearance in Hong Kong via prime rib steak. New Zealand lamb, Spanish-style suckling pig, Indian lobster and – whisper it quietly – even a few Hong Kong dishes as well. The food at Cafe de Country Art is so international that Lung Mei Village is a miniature UN, so book your seat now to take part in summit special.