Urban Park is a European restaurant that brings big, fresh ideas to Hong Kong. Just a short hop from the piers of Central Ferry on Des Voeux Road and easily reached via Sheung Wan Metro, Urban Park brings uber-sophisticated, chic and forward-thinking European food culture to Central, along with a view that showcases the superb local architecture and a location that brings in the top names of Hong Kong’s high society.
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Great experience with the dry ice effect! Must try to experience! Quite environment for a weekday and we have the whole restaurant ourselves! Great price too for two!
I had a good steak in the tasting menu and the free flow drinks add on is a bonus. Place is cosy and servers are nice. Will be back soon!
This restaurant is very good. Food are very tasty. The food quility very good. The waitiness ate very nice. II am sure i will come back again.
Take a look at Urban Park’s a la carte, 4-course tasting, bar lunch, set lunch, New Sweet and Butterfly Blossom afternoon tea, menus!Hong Kong is one of the world’s great destinations to eat and to live, and the latest nightspot in which to be seen is Urban Park, an eatery with a European slant that has opened in Central, just by the piers. Dicky Chan, the brains behind the operation, takes the French concept of joie de vivre, whereby a passion for life is is expressed through food. The specialities on their menu at Urban Park in the Nan Fung Tower on Des Vouex Road in Hong Kong Central bring together the different traditions of European cuisine.
The influences brought to bear on the food are a culinary tour of Europe. From Spain come tapas choices like gambas a la ajillo, prawns with chili and garlic, and from Italy there is fresh mozzarella salad with basil and balsamic vinegar figs. The French are responsible for duck and consomme, and from further afield, there are US prime rib steaks and Australian barramundi fillets. Diners attending Urban Park in the Nan Fung Tower on Des Voeux Road in Hong Kong Central are in for a European treat – but do remember to book a table in advance.