Caine Road in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels has been cooking up some of continental Europe’s best cuisine for a while now. At SEPA Bercaro Veneziano, guests are invited to find a taste of the bel paese in Hong Kong. Famed for its specialist Venetian dishes like sadre in soar, sweet and sour sardines and of course tiramisu, Venetian cuisine manages to balance traditional Italian food with an inventive edge that is entirely its own.
Cozy place, good food. We went for brunch and it was pretty quite. They offer bottomless mimosas and champagne. Similar pricing to other places in Soho area.
Nice ambiance but food and coffee needs much improvement. We had soup as a starter which was nice. Main course was vegetarian ravioli but the dough was very thick and chewy. Coffee had no aroma with no taste.
Good food. great service. Uni pasta and beetroot appetizer was very yummy. Tasting menu was really good as well. But staff always guide to nosy side table right front to kitchen even tho other side is completely empty.
The menu at SEPA Bercaro Veneziano on Caine Street comes from excellent stock. Designed by two-time Michelin star winner Enrico Magherita, SEPA’s menu is both a sincere tribute to Venetian cuisine and an inventive take on old classics. For diners in the Mid-Levels there is nowhere better equipped to offer an authentic Venetian meal than SEPA Bercaro Veneziano. So head over for some northern Italy-style risotto, or roasted lamb. And stay for the cocktail list which keeps diners sticking around long after the plates are cleared.
Join the team at SEPA Bercaro Veneziano for dinner and be transported directly to a Venetian dining hall, replete with masks, wines and real taste of the old country, served with Italian hospitality to boot. The restaurant is open daily for a lunch service from 12pm and a dinner service from 6pm. Hong Kong’s SEPA Bercaro Veneziano on Caine Road is popular all week, and jammed at the weekends and so savvy diners should make a reservation in order to bag a table at peak times.