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There is certainly no shortage of greasy western comfort food around one of Hong Kong’s main drinking drags, with plenty of international eateries offering everything from French crepes to roast beef to drunken stumblers and nostalgic expats at all hours along Hennessy Road in Wan Chai. However, for European and international tastes a little more refined, try Nebraska tucked just off Johnston Road, where similar comforts are offered but of a much higher and healthier standard. If you’re feeling classy, start things off with some excellent escargots de France or moreish Italian parma ham, then kick things up a gear for the main course with grilled salmon or fillet mignon followed by some creative desserts like the banana almond pancake. Nebraska befits a romantic or elegant evening meal, but it’s just as handy for a quick, healthy lunch, with a crispy Caesar salad, rich Russian borscht and Italian minestrone among their many nutritious soup and salad choices.
The crab chowder is very tasty and would definitely recommend it to my friend. The Russian Borscht is not up to my expectation but still better than a lot of places.
Smaller dining room than expected from the large exterior. Food was fair. Not wow. Taste more geared to local Hong Kong crowd who don't eat western food often. Surprised there was no Happy Hour for a restaurant located in Wan Chai. Wine selection was few but cheap somewhat appropriate pricing.