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Taking its name from the French word for a clique, The Coterie is upping the ante among the city’s many European restaurants. Serving gourmet dishes that are almost too beautiful to eat, The Coterie does fine dining right – its chic atmosphere, well-trained servers and top-notch chefs make it a popular location for the city’s most discerning gourmands. This upscale European restaurant can be found at the Charmhill Centre on Hillwood Road, right in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui.
This rating is not for for this restaurant, but rather for Quandoo. They confirmed my reservation by e-mail, and yet when I was at the restaurant, I found out the restaurant was in the process of closing down. That means Quandoo never got confirmation from the restaurant of my reservation before they sent me the confirmation. This had happened three times to me already! I'd found restaurants calling me back cancelling reservations AFTER I ''d received confirmation from Quandoo! Quandoo has to tighten up their acts!
Excellent service, with seasonal menu. Better reserve few days before to see any fresh and updated menu. Recommended to add few fresh juice or mocktail to choose for the girls.
The Coterie features an intimate private setting which allows diners to feel just like VIPs – with seating for only fourteen guests, plus a private room for up to ten, this restaurant at Charmhill Centre on Hillwood Road is perfect for diners looking to enjoy an out-of-the-ordinary upscale dining experience in the hustle and bustle of Tsim Sha Tsui. Chef Pan Li works tirelessly to create innovative dishes, like his award-winning truffle chawanmushi with sea urchins and Welsh lamb tartare.
Offering many seasonal options, The Coterie changes up its menu often, depending on what’s fresh. Menu items here include such options as pan-fried foie gras, roasted Iberico pork belly galantine, roasted lamb loin wrapped in pancetta, seared monkfish with Iberico chorizo, plus many other rotating options. There are plenty of premium wines to choose from, so make sure to order a glass or a bottle when you’re feeling thirsty for some of Hong Kong’s best wines. Reservations are a must at Tsim Sha Tsui’s The Coterie – book well in advance.