A different kind of Spanish restaurant, Rojo Tapas Bar brings bright, fresh and satisfying cuisine to the lucky people of Hong Kong. Found along Jupiter Street in North Point, this restaurant features a sleek modern design that draws in curious passers-by enamoured by the space’s futuristic atmosphere and romantic lighting. Aesthetics are important at Rojo Tapas Bar, but the food takes centre stage, acting as a worthy representative of Spain’s best dishes. Reserve a table today for an exquisite experience.
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Close to Fortress Hill MTR station, Rojo Tapas Bar on Jupiter Street feels like a piece of Spain in the heart of North Point. Upon first entering this sophisticated dining establishment, you’ll be impressed by just how much care and attention went into creating such a stunning space, but wait until you see the Spanish food on offer – every dish here is crafted to look like a work of art. With a sleek bar featuring a menu of incredible cocktails and happy hour specials daily, Rojo Tapas Bar sets the mood for an unforgettable date night or celebratory dinner.
Perfect for groups, Rojo Tapas Bar in Hong Kong’s North Point offers a wide range of smaller dishes that are ideal for sampling and sharing among your tablemates. Enjoy Spanish classics like patatas bravas and chorizo croquettes or indulge in seafood like the cod & potato fritters, crab cakes or shrimp salad – whatever you select, it’s certain to impress. Bigger appetites are encouraged to dine on main courses like grilled lamb rack, fish in salt paste, seafood paella or their popular roasted cod fillet. Finish up with Rojo Tapas Bar’s signature churros, chocolate lava cake or dessert of the day and you’re good to go. Book your experience now!
Good restaurant in a good area. Almost perfect the dish with seafoods, I also enjoyed paella. For the price a good choice. And especially wines are for an affordable price.
A good place to chill after work! Nice staffs, and the tapas are the perfect match with wine, we would like to come back and try more different kind of food, will bring my friends over!
Delicious food. Tapas plate enjoyable. The paella is well done and savoury. Good service. Music too loud to have a decent conversation (and not Spanish...)
What a nice surprise to find Rojo by using google search, the location is quite convenient, comfy design, with friendly staff, serve good tapas food. HH till 8pm with good selection of house wine plus more. Honestly it is a lovely place for family or social gathering. The only thing is lightlings on the wall a bit too bright for customers sitting right next to it at night. Overall, I hightly recommended Rojo for everyone who enjoys life.
Booking was super simple via the Facebook page. On arrival we were warmly greeted by staff and our table was ready early. Cocktails were tasty and our choice of wine was available. The food came fast but there was some confusion: most plates are tapas and therefore individual portions: I had asked that each plate have 6 pieces, so we could have one each. Normally this isn't a problem in tapas bars. However, quite a few dishes came with 4 pieces. No matter, we ordered more! Some dishes were stand out tasty, the sardines were delcisious! Others were perfectly tasty but not very memorable. However, what does work in Rojo is the outstanding warmth and friendliness of the staff. We left at the end of the evening feeling like we had made friends for life! Mojo is tucked away but very centrally located and definitely worth a visit.
The tapas were great, but the paella was very average. It was moist, light on the saffron and heavy on the chili. The service was not good. We were sitting toward the back of the restaurant, and it was difficult to get the server's attention. Once the last of our food arrived, he never came back and we had to chase down a member of staff to pay.
The foods are great. There are traditional tapas but also fusion ones. A lot of seafood already in regular size. However staff doesnt look young and smart enough as the restaurant looks like.
Not particularly authentic or tasty. Pricey for the quality. Despite the restaurant being half empty service was slow and inattentive, had to constantly flag service to clear empty plays, chase on food.
Tapas we had garlic prawns and crab cakes. Prawns were fresh, the restaurant chose dried garlic slices instead of pan fried with fresh garlic. A bit chewy. Crab cakes were tasty.
Food was excellent. A taste of Spain in Hong Kong. Atmospehwre was OK. Needs to be cleaned up a bit. A bit stark. I would go back though.