About O delice! Wan Chai
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About the restaurant
O Delice!’s Hong Kong flagship has planted its stylish French feet firmly in Wan Chai district of Hong Kong, increasingly popular as a gastronomic destination. Located down Landale Street, this French restaurant and crêperie turns out homemade recipes using fresh ingredients to Hong Kong’s hungry masses in a cosy, relaxed and understated environment. O Delice!’s signature dishes include gourmet platters, ribeye steak with fries, French savoury crepes, eggs Benedict during the weekend brunch alongside sweet crepes and chocolate fondant that are perfect for post-dinner dessert. Remember to catch O Delice!’s happy hour for swish French wines & cocktails from 5pm to 8pm. And remember, just like in Paris, O Delice! levy no service charge.
The mandate at Hong Kong’s Odelice! is as simple as the plain-speaking, chic decor of its Landale Street premises – to provide classic French casual dining to diners in Wan Chai. Newly opened by a team of passionate French restaurateurs, Odelice!’s Landale Street eatery introduces hearty French food to the Hong Kong culinary scene in a friendly environment with efficient standards of service. Open from Monday to Sunday, Odelice! serves a wide variety of authentic French galettes and Parisian style croques, premium pasta dishes, gourmet platters, generous salads and homemade soups that are all great value for money.
To satisfy your sweet tooth, Odelice! also offers some of the best crepes and waffles in Hong Kong. Visit the restaurant on the weekend if you’ve got a craving for a big breakfast or brunch, with dishes like the truffle oil scrambled eggs, English breakfast galette, eggs benedict, Nutella crepes and waffles and much more tempting from the menu. Odelice! also have a great range of drinks – French wines, cocktails, freshly squeezed juices, homemade lemonades, premium coffee and tea. With a takeaway service, the Odelice! flagship down Wan Chai’s Landale Street is one of a kind in Hong Kong, and its welcoming venue and great casual French dining is sure to take this bustling city of armchair gourmands by storm. A very delicious, elegant storm.