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Keeping the wheels turning when it comes to Western and American-style cuisine in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai, The Mill grinds other international restaurants to dust by virtue of its fantastic menus and facilities. There’s WiFi, there’s parking, there’s cake cutting and alcohol (but you can BYO too). And then there’s the food. Head up Wan Chai Road and gorge yourself on smoked salmon canapes, enough pasta for Italy, fresh fish and seafood, burgers and more.
The Mill’s approach to Western cuisine is omnivorous to say the least, taking in influences from Europe and America to forge a menu that will have Hong Kong diners spinning out of their slumber and over to Wan Chai in an instant. There’s incredible range here up Wan Chai Road, providing diners with plenty of ways to explore delicacies from around the Western world. And with so many ways to pay – Visa, Mastercard, cash – and parking available, there’s no excuse not to.
A great way to get introduced to The Mill’s great Western cuisine is to head to their Wan Chai premises pre-armed with a booking for their dinner set menu. This sampler starts with freshly shucked French oysters with lemon, Hokkaido scallops and sayori sashimi, shiro ebi topped with uni and wrapped in shiso, a premium matcha toastie, and a Boston lobster bisque. Following these European (and Japanese!) entrees, choose between a grilled Black Angus ribeye steak or the herb-crusted chicken breast with asparagus risotto. Move to squid ink seafood angel hair pasta and finish with a carrot cake.