The interior of the newly renovated Sevva restaurant in Landmark Prince’s Building in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: SevvaThe interior of the newly renovated Sevva restaurant in Landmark Prince’s Building in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sevva
The interior of the newly renovated Sevva restaurant in Landmark Prince’s Building in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sevva

First look inside revamped Sevva – owner Bonnae Gokson talks us through the changes, and what’s stayed the same

  • The socialites’ bolt hole high above Central has a new look after 12 years, more airy and with 36 coloured-crystal chandeliers dangling from its domed ceiling
  • The menu retains all the regulars’ favourites, along with additions from ex-Nobu chef Chase Kojima, including steamed John Dory and wok-fried Boston lobster

Topic |   Food and Drinks
The interior of the newly renovated Sevva restaurant in Landmark Prince’s Building in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: SevvaThe interior of the newly renovated Sevva restaurant in Landmark Prince’s Building in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sevva
The interior of the newly renovated Sevva restaurant in Landmark Prince’s Building in Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Sevva
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