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Inside of Hong Kong’s ultra-modern Tuve Hotel, Silver Room fascinates diners with its unique brand of Italian and Japanese fusion. Since opening, the restaurant has garnered rave reviews from food critics and local foodies alike, and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. You’ll find this superlative modern restaurant just steps from Victoria Park on the ground floor of Tsing Fung Street, close to both Fortress Hill and Tin Hau stations.
Nice small restaurant with a modern minimalist decor. It was a bit quiet on a Saturday night, probably because food there is not cheap. Portions are decent size and the dishes in general were quite delicious.
good. soup is a surprise but the main dish is not that brilliant of my expectation. btw, the interior design is quite special! check out all parts of the place!!
Stunning, modern and sophisticated, the Silver Room’s dining area is unlike any other in Tin Hau. Featuring steel and metal decorative touches, the restaurant radiates a modern, artsy vibe that makes it a huge hit with the city’s creative crowd. No matter whether you visit for the high-end cuisine or you’re there to soak up the restaurant's ambience, you’re certain to leave feeling impressed (and full). Silver Room can be found on the ground floor of Hong Kong’s sleek Tuve Hotel on Tsing Fung Street, just in between King’s Road and Electric Road.
While the award-winning design of Silver Room is striking, the food is where this Hong Kong Italian-Japanese fusion restaurant really shines. Seafood is a favourite, with options like poached French blue lobster with a bergamot and sabayon sauce, spaghetti with sea urchin and caviar, and ravioli with Japanese king crab and edamame puree gracing the menu. Finish up with one of the restaurant’s delicious desserts or a cup of their amazing premium coffee before stepping back out onto busy Tsing Fung Street, and always make sure to reserve ahead before visiting again!