The food

PUBLISHED : Friday, 11 June, 2004, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 11 June, 2004, 12:00am

The interview took place at Eden, a French restaurant in Wan Chai with a lovely view of Victoria Harbour.

Pan-fried Foie Gras with port-wine sauce ($88)

Rating: 4.5/5

Lam: The goose liver is fresh and juicy and melts in your mouth. It is cooked just right - slightly crisp. The sauce is very balanced. I have seldom been served such a nice goose liver dish. Its presentation is appealing as well.

Irish Baileys mousse cake ($38)

Rating: 3/5

L: It looks mouthwatering but lacks coffee flavour. An average dessert.

Regular coffee ($28)

Rating: 2/5

L: Its aroma is okay, but it's not thick enough. It's probably fine for most customers.

Latte ($32)

Rating: 3/5

YP: It is not hot enough - it took too long for the sugar to melt. The coffee to milk ratio is fine.


Rating: 4/5

L: A beautiful restaurant doesn't mean it's good. But I like the way they have created such a lovely atmosphere with simple decor.

Eden restaurant

38/F Times Tower

393 Jaffe Road, Wan Chai

Tel: 2861 1666

Opening hours:

12pm- 2.30pm (lunch) 7pm-9.45pm (dinner)


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