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There are more Asian places to eat in Hong Kong than you can shake a chopstick at, from countless Cantonese dim sum dealers to sushi and sashimi-stuffed speciality shops and bulgogi, bibimbap and barbecue-obsessed Korean joints. While there are less extensive European and Western options, there are still plenty of superb restaurants to pick from, and if Italian food is what you’re after, then Jack’s Terrazza Ristorante is the place for you. Take a trip out to one of the locations that can be found all over Hong Kong – in Sai Wan Ho, that means taking the Metro to Sai Wan Ho or Tai Koo stations, or the ferry to Tai Hong Street – and get stuck into authentic Italian specialities such as pizza, pasta, seafood and much more. Make sure you book a table though, as they can get very busy.
Really disappointing, poor tasting pasta- both dishes, lacking flavor and one leaf of spinach really meant a lot of my 5 a day!!! Desert, tiramisu, again, disappointing, nothing to do with tiramisu, more like frozen bread with some kind of ice cream. I will not be going again to this place. Sorry guys.
Ordered a smoked salmon paster and waited for 40 mins for them to tell us that smoked salmon was sold out. The pork chop we ordered was really so so ( the dinner set costed us $300). Birthday celebration there was great though - they played birthday song for you, took a pic and put it in a frame as a gift for the birthday person.
we arrived and found that the table was on the wet floor, water coming out from the wall, finally we moved to other restaurant nearby, the staffs were nice, we will visit here again when the problem is fixed