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Figaro in Hong Kong’s Shek Tong Tsui is where locals go to enjoy fine French cuisine in the form of tapas-style dishes and small plates. This Central restaurant attracts both connoisseurs and casual diners to their lovely premises down Shin Hing Street, an especially popular choice for impressing that special someone. Figaro stays busy throughout the week, so be sure to book ahead of time to snag a table at this French favourite.
Great little hidden place, loved the decor and cosy atmosphere. The staff were attentive and polite . Service was a little slow as there seemed to be only one waiter running around at that time. Food was creative although at times it was a little bland . Portions were very small for what they were charging.
We came here for dinner. The ambiance was nice. The sushi tartine was a bit disappointing and overall the food tasted a bit too salty.
Great French foods inspired with Japanese tastes & materials. The chef is the Japanese lady who used to manage the Japanese restaurant in Sheung Wan. Very friendly atmosphere and recommended also for wine lovers.
France is a country famous around the world for its style, elegance, great food and fine wine, and Figaro epitomises this reputation in all respects - it’s a place where you can go to experience all of these things in Hong Kong. With its sleek decor, this wine bar brings a little bit of Parisian chic to Central, attracting a crowd of the city’s most stylish to its location on Shin Hing Street. By day, Figaro is a go-to destination in Shek Tong Tsui for some brunch or lunch. By night it turns into a nightlife hotspot for those with a penchant for French culture.
With its impressive and well-annotated menu of regional French wines and Champagne, Shek Tong Tsui’s Figaro is a haven for Hong Kong’s oenological connoisseurs, and if you struggle choosing from the lengthy list the expert staff will be happy to help you make your decision. Accompany your wine with some classic French cuisine, which comes in small, tapas-style dishes that are ideal for sharing around the table with friends. To snag one of the best seats, make reservation at Figaro in Hong Kong’s Central in advance!