If you’re looking for culinary elegance of the molluscular kind, we recommend you exit Sham Shui Po station and fight your way past the bustling market life of Apliu Street – one of Hong Kong’s most famous and lively shopping precincts – and make your way southwest to Hai Tan Street. There you’ll find Pomme Oyster Bar (and the associated retail showroom), where the namesake bivalve rules the roost, but where you are also going to find a whole host of European-style dishes with definite distinction. Start with a green salad with shrimp or Parma ham, chicken wings seasoned with Kalahari salt, or a platter of grilled German sausages complemented by a number of imported German mustards. Pomme is undoubtedly the apple in Kowloon’s gourmet-friendly eye.
The oysters are fresh. The staff can recommend our preferred taste and texture of the oysters. But the variety of seafood could be improved later.