Reminiscent of a typical Parisian brasserie, Eiffel Bistro is bringing some French charm to Hong Kong, found inside the Hing On Mansion on Tai Yue Avenue over in Taikoo Shing. With its sophisticated decor, open kitchen and large windows which are perfect for a spot of people watching, Eiffel Bistro is a great place to enjoy a charcuterie board paired with a glass of wine at lunch time, or for an elegant evening out dining on refined French cuisine. To guarantee a table at this French favourite, making a reservation ahead of time is recommended.
Food and serivce both are great. My boy loves the kids corner very much but he still remember to eat:) the Millet of starter is very heathly and taste good.
Great atmosphere, feels like time back in Paris. Ordered French Onion Soup w/ Crouton & Emmental Cheese, French Duck Confit and Mac & Cheese, all taste great and I'll definitely come back again!
If you’ve been dreaming about a trip to Paris, a trip to Eiffel Bistro in Taikoo Shing is the next best thing. Just like a little bistro you’d find tucked away on the quaint backstreets of Montmartre, or just off of the Champs Elysee, Eiffel Bistro’s chic interior and floor to ceiling windows make it the ideal choice for a number of different occasions, whether it's a romantic dinner date, a special family meal, or a lunchtime catch up with friends. Begin your meal at Hong Kong’s Eiffel Bistro with a bowl of French onion soup with croutons and emmental cheese, some garlicky escargots from Burgundy, or the lobster bisque with aioli and garlic bread, before moving on to your main.
Go for a French classic like the duck confit, traditional steak tartare or veal blanquette (a veal stew served with rice, baby onions and carrots); tuck into a hearty pasta dish like the lobster linguine or a market-fresh fish dish like roasted halibut with fennel and citrus juice, rocket leaves and vierge sauce; or share a charcuterie platter, best paired with a bottle of French wine from Eiffel Bistro’s handpicked selection. Finally, complete your experience with some creme brulee or tarte tatin. A haven for Hong Kong’s francophiles, spaces at Eiffel Bistro are limited. Book in advance and head on over to Tai Yue Avenue for a Parisian dining experience in Taikoo Shing.