The view from the 2nd floor of Hong Kong’s Grand Hyatt hotel is stunning, and at Grissini, the Wan Chai landmark’s Italian restaurant, floor-to-ceiling windows take full advantage of the lights of the city skyline over Victoria Harbour. Popular as a wedding venue, Grissini is famous for authentic cuisine that captures the essence of the bel paese, aided and abetted by the freshly baked grissini (Italian breadsticks) that suffuse the 28-seater venue with a wholesome aroma. World-class Italian cuisine demands world-class Italian wine, and here at the restaurant’s Harbour Road premises it’s laid on in a full-height vinotheque and a two-storey wine cellar. Available for lunch, dinner, or private hire, Grissini is very much in demand among Hong Kong gourmets.
not bad but service was not consistent and price not equal to taste and quality of the food. but not bad... not going again though