Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to Si Simply Italian – Hong Kong’s newest and most stylish Italian restaurant. You can find it in Lai Chi Kok, set back off Cheung Shun Street where its beautiful exterior is very difficult to miss. Inside you’ll be met with contemporary, vibrant decor alongside a team that is passionate about the food being served. Dishes are doused with sophistication and all are presented so well that you just might hesitate before eating them, so reluctant will you be to spoil their prettiness. Flavours are bold and all of Hong Kong should be rushing to try them. Reserve a table now.
the resterant is quite nice and quite. The waiter is also good who will suggest their recommendation to us. The food is delicious and nice
Whatever environment, services and food quality, all can keep as usual the high level. All my friends and I joined the lunch are happy and enjoy very much.
nice place and good pasta! I will go back, especially if there is any coupon or other promotion. But the lunch set price is a fair deal (with dessert or coffee included).
Many Western restaurants make their way this far East but fail to make a lasting impression. This is not the story with Hong Kong’s Si Simply Italian. Although this Italian restaurant is new, you know as soon as you walk through the glass front doors that Si Simply Italian is here to stay – it’s a first impression you won't forget. Located in Lai Chi Kok on Cheung Shun Street, the restaurant oozes style as well as substance. Focused around an open kitchen, the decor is neutral yet exciting. There’s plenty of exposed brick and rustic wood, with a varied seating arrangement that means you’ll have the perfect spot whether eating or simply enjoying a drink.
Chances are, however, you will be eating. Because when the food is as good as Si Simply Italian’s, it’s rather rude not to. Every dish is gourmet and prepared using the freshest Italian ingredients. Menus differ depending on the time you go but some of our highlights are the linguine with crabmeat, the Mediterranean skate, pan fried with tomato and olive, or the homemade casareccia with porcini mushroom sauce. This is as good Italian food as you’ll find anywhere in Lai Chi Kok, prepared with nothing but love.