5 May 2016
Chairs and benches in polished wood with upholstered leather seats, solid-wood tables, glass and metal chandeliers… The Continental restaurant clearly draws its inspiration from the grand coffee houses of Europe! Just think that this restaurant, whose interior design is the brainchild of David Collins Studio, is unexpectedly located between the skyscrapers of Hong Kong – a pleasant paradox.
A paradox in the sense that the Continental is located in a relatively small area on the fourth floor of the Pacific Place shopping centre complete with shops, offices and an open-air square on the last floor. The locale consists of a small cocktail bar and a 185-seat dining room, which looks out by way of large windows onto the square. The restaurant’s menu offers dishes that come from the four corners of the Old Continent. Specialties prepared by Chef Rowley Leigh are for all tastes, but special attention has been given to dishes based on fish, the pride of the restaurant.