Hong Kong’s Loyal Dining is a return to the colonial concept of East meets West and is attracting foodies from all over the city. Located on Tonnochy Road in Wan Chai, it’s name is a play on words inspired by the Cantonese expression Loi Lo which is a saying that refers to the exquisite imported goods from the west during Hong Kong’s colonial period in the 60s and 70s. The aim of this Tonnochy Road space is to encourage diners to slow down and relax while enjoying authentic Asian and Hong Kong cuisine in a stylish environment. You’ll find a whole host of delicious options from Loyal chicken wings cooked in a sweet soy sauce, crispy pigeon, baked kurobuta pork chops with fried rice and Loyal fried flat noodles served with sliced beef. Loyal Dining tends to fill up quickly though so reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment.
Food is good. Service is fine only Vegetarian option means take away the meat but no substitute which is weird. Appetiser soup came after main course