This small venue is located very close to the Indigo Hotel, so it comes handy if one wants to differentiate from Chinese food. I ordered the Spanish Board, i.e. a selection of spanish hams and chorizo. It was nice, but it was served without any bread, and I would have preferred to see the products less "heated" by the fact that they were probably stored at the entrance, where temperature is a bit high.
The roasted tomato were definitively below standard.
The shrimps cooked in garlic oil were ok, as well the scampi with mushroom risotto, but just ok. The creme brulee was really not up to a decent standard.
In all, the bill came to 1200 HK$ for two, including two glasses of wine, which made the place a bit too expensive even if the ham and chorizo were of good quality.
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