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La Lune

Sheung Wan International $ +100
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About La Lune

This European restaurant provides an escape away from the busy streets of Sheung Wan with its romantic decor and relaxed atmosphere. Serving up a range of international cuisine as well as doubling up as a whisky bar, La Lune is the is the go-to for many, whether it’s for dinner or some after work drinks. You’ll find La Lune located on Hong Kong’s Wing Wo Street, book in advance to guarantee a table!

Opening Hours

  • Monday 11:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday 11:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday 11:00 - 00:00
  • Friday 11:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 11:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday Closed
La Lune, Wing Wo Street, Shop 1 G/F, No.23-29, Sheung Wan Hong Kong

Further Information

With its combination of delectable European cuisine and rustic decor, a trip to this quaint restaurant will have you feeling like you’re on holiday. Located on Wing Wo Street in Hong Kong’s buzzing Sheung Wan, this charming restaurant is a welcome retreat away from the busy surroundings. Sit on the outdoor seating and watch the world go by around you while feasting on some modern European cuisine, or head inside to the cosy restaurant with its traditional decor.

Start your meal with some smoked Swedish herring fillet with herbs and pickles, Spanish Serrano ham with olives or French duck rillettes with red wine onion. This international theme continues on the main course menu which has a strong French emphasis. Some of the delicious options include roasted spring chicken flavoured with lavender, braised Provence pigeon in a merlot reduction, and an array of pastas like the linguine with roasted chicken and mushroom in a black truffle sauce. Be sure to take a trip to the whisky bar too where you’ll find a range of international bourbons and single malts. Make a reservation at La Lune in Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan beforehand to avoid disappointment.

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