Awash with premium restaurants, cafes and bars, the Hong Kong dining scene is home to some wonderfully eclectic establishments. The latest of which comes in the form of Roseate Castle. This French-inspired restaurant and cafe, complete with French-style decor with pink, lace and floral notes throughout, serves an array of decadent and expertly prepared dishes for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Incorporating both French and Asian cooking techniques, this romantic restaurant is a must-visit for foodies, and is conveniently located in the bustling Kwun Tong district in the Tak Cheong Commercial Building on Portland Street. Just be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
The team behind Hong Kong’s Roseate Castle are experts when it comes to blending the disparate flavours of French and Asian cuisine. For lunch, you’ll find risotto with sous vide salmon in a lemongrass sauce, or sous vide New Zealand rib eye served with seasonal vegetables and demi-glazed potatoes, offering a perfect balance of flavours that will quite literally melt in your mouth. If you stop in for Roseate Castle’s afternoon tea, we recommend the all-you-can-eat cake & dessert for a sweet treat, or for those who prefer the savoury side of life, opt for the pan-fried Angus beef in pita bread to tide you over until the evening.
Hong Kong certainly comes alive at night, and this wonderful city boasts some of the best bars and nightlife in the world. So, to kick things off the right way, treat yourself to an elegant meal at Roseate Castle in Kwun Tong where you’ll be treated to French and Asian fusion masterpieces like the pan-fried seabass with Thai pomelo salad in a homemade Korean-style sauce, sous vide confit duck with hawthorne risotto and orzo with homemade char siu in a sweet soybean sauce. For a truly remarkable dining affair, reserve a table at Roseate Castle in Kwun Tong district. You’ll find them in the Tak Cheong Commercial Building on Portland Street – bon appétit!