His Master’s Voice – HMV to me and you – might have gone the way of the dinosaurs as a worldwide musical retailer, but their presence in Hong Kong is still strong and even goes as far as a bar and restaurant. At their outlet in the Pearl City Mansion on Paterson Street in Causeway Bay they serve up Italian food to go with your tunes, with pizzas and pastas – alongside international favourites such as burgers, coffees and desserts – to the hungry punters of Hong Kong. Book a table now and take a trip to Causeway Bay for a feast for the tastebuds and the ears.
I was pleasantly surprise by the quality of the food at HMV Restaurant, it was well presented and the food tasted rather good. The service was outstanding the staff did their best to accommodate our needs, we asked to be moved to a table in view of the stage - they did that without hesitation once a table became available. The only down point was the air conditioning was very, very cold, if the temperature could have been adjusted that would have made everything perfect.
Staff there is nice with fast response, with free hot drink, foods ordered are delicious, with live music performance on Wednesday night also, feel so relaxed!!
The music scene in Hong Kong is a diverse beast – from homegrown Asian favourites like K-Pop, Cantonese opera and Sotanghon to American and British imported pop – and the place to pick them all up is at HMV. The culinary scene is just as varied, and at HMV, they have food in spades as well. The menu ranges from Italian favourites – Italy of course, far more famous for their food than for their musicality, unless you’re a huge Joe Dolce fan – with a few international dishes thrown in for good measure. Hop on down to Causeway Bay and Paterson Street to try it out for yourself.
The Italian food on offer at HMV Bar & Restaurant in Causeway Bay is the good stuff, done well. Pizzas with plenty of toppings – the tuna, Italian sausage, red onion and roasted red pepper would be our choice – and pasta with seafood, fish, meat and vegetarian options, as well as burgers and other dishes. Should you make the move and book a table at HMV on Paterson Street in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay then you will not be disappointed by the food on offer: though we can’t vouch for your music taste, we’re sure that you’ll be able to find something to suit you on that front as well.