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The King might have left the building for good, depending on whether you read mainstream news or The National Enquirer, but Nathan Left is in Hong Kong city and here to stay. Operating from distinctive cinematheque headquarters at Hart Avenue Plaza in Tsim Sha Tsui, Nathan Left offers not only a fantastic international menu dominated by seafood, but also live music every day from 8pm until late, two private karaoke rooms and snooker tables, making this restaurant, bar and venue a supreme place to chill.
Nice place to chill out with friends after work. Was quite empty when we arrived but seats quickly filled up. Didn't stay till the live show which start from 10pm. Foodwise everything was ok, the sweet potato fries were huge in portion compared to other snacks on the menu. Not a big selection of wine by glass but around HK$60 per glass not a bad deal.
Nice environment. Live band is amazing. Staff are very helpful! Gave me a coupon for next time :) will define of come again and strongly recommend to my fds
Great atmosphere and nice location, had a chilled evening. It is a nice place to have a drink at Tsim Sha tsui at the dark side.
Up on the cinema-style hoarding above Nathan Left’s Hart Avenue Plaza location, this innovative upstart on the Hong Kong restaurant scene describes itself as a new musical platform by M1. Occupying the premises of the former M1 Bar, Nathan Left proposes to combine fantastic, international cuisine with live (and private) entertainment – a winning formula in this bustling, vibrant quarter of Tsim Sha Tsui. Nathan Left is open from 4pm until 4am seven days a week, and with daily live music from 8pm until 11pm this venue is destined to be creating a lot of buzz in the city. Besides serving music to you on a plate, so to speak, Nathan Left also houses two private karaoke rooms for the DIY divas out there.
Nathan Left’s menu is propped up by a selection of snacks, healthy options, Italian pasta, risotto and pizza, and hearty meat and seafood options. The Snack Express selection is ideal if you’re up here in Tsim Sha Tsui taking in the show with friends and a few drinks, and includes everything from the Hong Kong favourite of truffle fries to lavish snack and skewer platters giving you a nibble of most everything on this part of the menu. Turning to the Big Bites, these winners include whole roasted US game chicken with thyme and lemon, slow-cooked salmon fillet with carrot puree, German pork knuckle, grilled US Angus sirloin steak (go for the ceps mushrooms sauce option), a roasted rack of Australian lamb with pistachio Provencal, and grilled Tomahawk Australian Wagyu beef steak weighing in at 1kg – bring an equally hungry friend for this one!