Sheung Wan’s favourite Italian restaurant, Trattoria Doppio Zero takes pride in serving up some of the most authentic Italian cuisine in all of Hong Kong. Led by chef partner Jake Addeo, the kitchen crew at Doppio Zero is a group of obsessive perfectionists, making sure that every dish they cook lives up to a certain standard (a very, very high one). Located at The Pemberton on Bonham Strand, the overachievers at Trattoria Doppio Zero look forward to bringing you the best in Italian cuisine.
Pasta is very nice. Lunch sets around $200 per person, not bad at all. Will likely try dinner another time to check the other items on the menu.
For a hkd188+ set lunch, one would expect a bit more. The noise is ok as its busy lunch but service is slow though polite. We didnt get entree after 30 min. Pasta is home.made and cooked well but the sauce is very so so . Coffee is decent though
I am especially impressed with the service at this restaurant, waiters are patient and attentive to your needs. Food was great in general but do not have a lot of options. The ambience is excellent, I would recommend people to come for any kind of celebration.
After spending years working as a chef in numerous Michelin-starred restaurants throughout New York City, as well as in Milan, Jake Addio was excited to share his love for Italian cooking with the hungry residents of Hong Kong. Bringing that same passion to Trattoria Doppio Zero, Addio and his team love what they do – you’ll never find pre-packaged sauces or processed ingredients in this Italian kitchen. Doppio Zero on Bonham Strand in Sheung Wan also presents various art exhibitions within the restaurant during the year, so expect to see some great works of art each time you dine.
Start off your experience at Trattoria Doppio Zero with a glass of Italian red wine, then choose from several excellent appetisers like fried prosciutto balls, duck and chicken liver mousse, or an antipasti platter complete with prosciutto, mozzarella, pickled beets, peppers, olives and grilled focaccia. Next, go for pasta specialties like the beetroot ravioli with gorgonzola, Italian butter, and poppy seeds, or have the spaghettini with smoked eel tempura, roasted zucchini, chillies and garlic butter sauce. Big appetite? Order the roasted rack of lamb with an herbed parmigiano crust, served with white polenta and stewed cherry tomatoes and olives. Reservations are an absolute must for this Sheung Wan Italian foodie’s paradise!