Authentic French cuisine on Foo Ming Street? You heard that right! Fleur de Sel’s the place we’ve got in mind, and lucky for you, it’s open seven days a week for both lunch and dinner. Serving crepes galore, as well as soups, mains and desserts, Fleur de Sel has French cuisine down pat, plus friendly service to boot. You’ll find this charming French hotspot at the Po Foo Building in the heart of Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay.
This place has always been a favorite of mine. It's French crepes always taste authentic and the hospitality at the restaurant is so friendly and warm. This is definitely the restaurant to visit again in the future.
Yummy crepes & drinks; great for brunch. Good value for money; staffs are friendly; prices are reasonable; located above CWB; good hideaway from the busy area!
Situated inside Hong Kong’s Po Foo building, right on Foo Ming Street in between Lee Garden Road and Percival Street, Fleur de Sel is serving the city’s finest French eats in stylish surrounds. Led by French Chef Gregory Alexandre in the kitchen, you know you’ll be in good hands – after all, he was once head chef of the French consulate in Hong Kong. This Causeway Bay restaurant is available for private hire, too, so consider having your next gathering done in style in a fashionable atmosphere at Fleur de Sel.
Crepes are the star of the show at Hong Kong’s Fleur de Sel. Savoury crepes, sweet crepes, chocolate crepes – this French restaurant offers them all. If you’re not feeling crepe-y, make sure to try one of Fleur de Sel’s specialities from their newly launched pasta menu. The restaurant also offers numerous weekly specials, such as galetes and starters like hotpots of perfectly cooked mussels. You’ll have to visit this Causeway Bay restaurant for yourself to see what’s on – book ahead to snag the perfect table.