About G7 Private Dining
About the restaurant
Tucked away along a hidden length of Glenealy, near to Hong Kong’s Zoological and Botanical Gardens but otherwise suspended above busy Wyndham Street, is a bold private dining restaurant that doesn’t need to make too much fuss to make a name for itself. G7 Private Dining – unassumingly named – is a private kitchen in Central and the latest venture to be helmed by chef Eddy, well known in the city’s gastronomic scene. G7 offers diners the opportunity to sample contemporary interpretations of fine Italian cuisine and, moreover, enjoy dining the way it should be.
See below for G7’s festive dining menus!
Take a look at G7’s tasting, business lunch, and wine menus for the month of December.
There’s a prickle of anticipation when you leave the busy thoroughfares above Central’s Wyndham Street and take the (correct) turn into leafy Glenealy. This sensation that something special is afoot is only amplified by the unassuming facade when you actually reach your destination. After a steep climb, a warm welcome awaits you inside at G7 Private Dining. The mastermind behind this enterprise, chef Eddy, is a pioneer of the private kitchen scene in Hong Kong, and he knows how to keep things ticking over. Of course, what you’re really here for is G7’s take on Italian, with Eddy’s homemade pastas and breads, dishes made with fresh produce carefully selected from artisanal suppliers from around the world, and the intimacy that only private dining can afford.
Any feast at G7 Fine Dining must begin with diners loosening up a little and indulging in some Antipasti Fourplay from chef Eddy’s Tasting Menu – four beautifully plated starters of fresh burrata with semi-dried cherry tomatoes and pesto, fennel-crusted tuna with a balsamic glaze, a spicy yoghurt infused with cucumber, red onion, and roasted pine nuts, and a homemade duck ham with orange-marinated olives. The main events involve this Hong Kong private kitchen’s interpretations of classic Italian primi and secondi piatti, seafood and meat delicacies. The full seven courses involved can be shortened to four on Mondays and Tuesdays, but however you dine at G7’s Glenealy restaurant in Central, it will be an experience not soon forgotten.