Taking up premises in the kind of time-worn building that gives Hong Kong’s Kennedy Town so much of it’s charm, Gioia Charcoal Grill & Oyster Bar’s elegant furnishings and ambience get a decided boost. At this restaurant on the ground floor of the May Sun Building along Catchick Street, the flavour is most certainly international, boasting a menu bristling with European and Asian dishes but centred on the charcoal grill and aphrodisiac molluscs that give Gioia its subtitle. Lobster salad with a truffle dressing is a luxurious option while roasted French yellow chicken goes rustic. New Zealand tua tua join the royal oysters on ice, and you can even get yourself a South African abalone risotto with a Champagne foam if you like your Itailan exoticised.
The amazing and delicious food, it is high quality. There has a wonderful view at 21st floor. I enjoy the environment very much for the good music.