Hong Kong’s Tosca distracts diners with quality of offerings
Bird’s eye view of the city, décor and open kitchen add to appeal of restaurant
Commanding an impressive bird’s eye view of the city, the décor is equally stunning with large chandeliers and two water fountain sculptures. If that isn’t enough distraction, foodies will enjoy the open kitchen where chef Pino Lavarra and his team work their magic producing innovative dishes such as sea tiramisu, cereal on red prawn carpaccio with Prunier Saint James caviar and parsley crème and pastas such as fusilli with chicken tomato sauce and provolone cheese.
Mains of pork saddle with plums, onion leek and cereal and tuna ventresca with pickled vegetable salad and black garlic are also worthy, as are the desserts. There is a good choice of wines.
Langoustine with young leaf and carb mayonnaise
Valet parking: yes
Vegetarian: 5 dishes
Private rooms: 3 rooms, 16 ppl
102/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
ICC, 1 Austin Road, Kowloon
Daily: Noon - 2.30pm,
6 - 10.30pm; Sun: 11am - 3pm
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