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On Warren Street, Hong Kong’s aptly named Warren restaurant serves high-end Western food with an Asian twist. From fabulous French specialities to American-style burgers, fresh Asian seafood dishes and more, this Tai Hang restaurant seems to have it all, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down. Friendly service and an ever-changing menu of seasonal dishes and specialities round out the whole dining experience at this charming eatery, and the outside seating makes it a nice spot to meet with friends on sunny days. Found just moments from the Chinese Recreation Club and Hong Kong Central Library, Warren is a must-visit for fans of authentic European cooking.
Food was delicious, especially the lobster soup. The service was Excellent and friendly. The price was exceptionally acceptable. The location is quiet and easy to find.
Warren is one of those rare finds that never ceases to impress. With exceptional customer service, delicious European cuisine and an unpretentious ambience, this charming Tai Hang restaurant on the ground-floor of the Warren building has a lot to offer. Open every day of the week – they’re open until 2am on Saturdays – and just a short walk from Causeway Bay or Tin Hau MTR station (Exit B), Warren is a restaurant you’ll find any excuse to visit. The sophisticated modern dining space makes this dining space suitable for a romantic first date, business lunch or dinner and drinks with friends. Any reason is a good reason to visit this Hong Kong hangout.
One of the best aspects about dining at Hong Kong’s Warren is the rotating menu which features dishes with seasonal ingredients and local products. Although the specialities available at this Warren Street restaurant change frequently, you can expect to find plenty of European-inspired specialities like slow-cooked Spanish pork belly with mustard sauce, salmon confit with white wine sauce, sirloin and tiger prawns with mushroom sauce and the elegant hokkaido scallops carpaccio with herb salad and citrus dressing. There’s so much more where that came from, so make your way over to Warren to sample some of the finest flavours in Tai Hang.