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The Petite Oyster is a little neighborhood eatery in Tai Ping Shan, Sheung Wan, offering up some of Hong Kong’s very best oysters. With it simple and austere white walls, the Petite Oyster is a favourite for dates and big blow out meals. This chic little café offers something unique on Sai Street, with a dedicated oyster menu as well as an a la carte offering focusing on French delicacies in the heart of the city.
Nice Restaurant, Good Service, Great Food. We liked it a lot!
It was a great experience with good food. The servers were attentive.
As always superb fresh oysters - paired with great white wine - very personal service - staff are so friendly and welcoming . We also ordered the pork - equally worth it
Despite the stark white walls and chic shop front, the Petite Oyster is a place with a lot of heart. A
genuinely local restaurant with only a smattering of tables, Sai Street is blessed to enjoy a place
which really knows its seafood. Of course, as a restaurant serving French food, there are plenty
of Franco-staples on the menu too and plenty of diners opt for French onion soup as a starter,
before moving on to some serious meats to follow. Although from our point of view, if you’re going
to go to an oyster bar, you should probably have the oysters!
Of course, the oysters are the stars of the show. There’re oysters from France, USA, Japan, Scotland and Ireland, and they are served with the quintessential chilli and lemon for you to use to your liking. The wine list is sufficiently varied to keep keen enophiles interested, but you can bring your own for a corkage fee. The restaurant is open every day from 6pm. This small place on Sai Street in Tai Ping Shan, Sheung Wan gets busy at the weekend and a reservation, therefore, is a must!