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European food is the centre of the success of Praya Waterside Eatery in New Fortune House on New Praya in Kennedy Town. This Hong Kong restaurant is a chic dining space that might look more at home inside a faux-rustic British pub than it does by the hustle and bustle of international Kennedy Town, and yet for all its jarring otherness, this is a hugely popular restaurant for diners looking for excellent European food in Hong Kong.
Delicious food, lovely friendly service and an excellent casual quiet atmosphere. Huge portions, but what's not to love about that? Really enjoy that neighbourhood, definitely a favourite of mine.
Great food, highly recommend the roast chicken and burgers are awesome. Nice deco, service is great, happy hour till 8. Will be back soon with friends.
Great food, huge portions which we had been warned about. Lovely atmosphere (quiet). Only complaint was that we were directly under the air conditioning which seemed to get turned on half way through our meal. Asked the waitress if they could turn it back down, which they did. All around very happy.
The team behind the wildly successful Praya Waterside Eatery in New Fortune House on New Praya in Kennedy Town know that their guests come for fine European food, but return because of the team’s commitment to focusing on the details in each of their dishes. The food demonstrates the talent in the kitchen (led by Christopher Kerr) and prove the kitchen’s familiarity with the varied cuisines from across the European continent for diners in Hong Kong.
Given Praya Waterside Eatery's location, on the waterside in Hong Kong’s buzzing Kennedy Town, it comes as no surprise to see that their menu reflects a strong affinity with seafood. There’s mussels aplenty alongside scallops and salmon rillettes. If fish doesn’t really do it for you there’s also comfort food in the shape of Italian-style arancini and zucchini spaghetti. For diners heading down to New Fortune House on New Praya they can expect to find some of the finest pan-European food available anywhere in Hong Kong at Praya Waterside Eatery. This is a serious restaurant and hence a reservation is recommended.