Celebrate the good life at Hong Kong’s Van Gogh kitchen. Taking its name from the the beloved Dutch artist and taking inspiration from his many artworks – especially Night Cafe – Van Gogh Kitchen provides a unique atmosphere for eating gourmet European cuisine in the heart of Causeway Bay. Located on the fifth floor of Shing Wah Mansion on Hennessy Road, the restaurant is well-connected to the rest of the city and just steps from Causeway Bay station.
All were fine, the lamb & steak was delicious, soup, wonderful, service , good, except the coffee at the end weren't hot enough, otherwise, perfect!
We had the set lunch which was a good value. The service was a bit slow, despite there being few patrons in the restaurant. The food was good fresh and tasty.
Classical and undoubtedly inspired by a love for Post-Impressionism, Van Gogh Kitchen is unlike any other European restaurant in Hong Kong. Displaying prints of Van Gogh’s best paintings throughout the restaurant, this Causeway Bay establishment inside Shing Wah Mansion on Hennessy Road provides a feast for the eyes as much as for the stomach. There’s even an old-fashioned piano in the room adding to the creative environment.
Van Gogh Kitchen claims to serve the best lamb in Hong Kong, and we have to agree that it’s pretty amazing. The restaurant offers numerous European-inspired options, ranging from Spanish paella to French rabbit wellington with black truffle cream. One of the favourites at Van Gogh Kitchen is the Spanish Bellota Iberico ham foie gras pate served with a side of melon and pineapple salsa, and the Boston lobster jambalaya with Mexican chorizo, a international dish with a lot of spice and flavour. Round it all off with one of the decadent desserts including strawberry pavlova or macaroons with truffle chocolate. Locals flock to this art-inspired Causeway Bay restaurant in droves, so make sure to book ahead!