Hong Kong’s hidden gem: intimate yet refined One-thirtyone offers leisurely experience
Ingredients are sourced from the restaurant’s own herbal garden and a nearby organic farm, when possible, and the chef creates exquisite dishes for sophisticated palates
It takes a gem to impress the well-travelled epicurist and One-thirtyone is a diamond in the rough. Far from Victoria Harbour and skyscrapers, this intimate yet refined restaurant – nestled in a leafy cove in
Sai Kung and with a waterfront view
of Three Fathoms Cove – offers a
Ingredients are sourced from the restaurant’s own herbal garden and a nearby organic farm, when possible, and the chef creates exquisite dishes for sophisticated palates.
The menu changes monthly and the staff ensure food allergies are addressed. It is possible to experience different dishes each visit.
Prix fixe menu that changes monthly
Valet parking: no
Vegetarian: On request
Private rooms: Private parties
131 Tseng Tau Village,
Shap Sze Heung, Sai Kung
Daily: 7 - 11pm;
Sat, Sun & PH: Noon - 3pm
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