When diners descend from the 8th floor of this international restaurant’s premises along Hau Fook Street, many can be heard muttering, ‘Thank you, James, thank you…’ as if they had had some sort of culinary conversion experience up there. Indeed, with a European-style menu focusing on supreme seafood, James’ Kitchen is for many Hong Kong diners a place of religious devotion. Set dinners are a great way to become initiated, but a la carte dining is just as redemptive, with all manner of items to pick and choose from. And, if you’re simply looking for an afternoon tea for two, James’ Kitchen lays on a spread in peerless style.
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