Sevva: Hong Kong’s New Dining Experience

The newly opened Sevva—pronounced “savor” —offers a menu as diverse as the city it calls home.  Located on the roof of the 28-story Princes Building in Hong Kong’s Central District, the 233-seat restaurant features a selection of dining experiences—from fine to casual to tapas style—all in a single space. An outdoor wraparound terrace provides 360-degree views of the city and Victoria Harbor. The menu is equally eclectic, with dishes such as wagyu beef cheek and ox tongue pot pie, as well as South Indian crepe with masala potatoes, peas, and chutney. Ingredients are sourced internationally offering diners an array of exotic items such as La Ionica chicken flown in from Australia, foie gras from France, and Graffeo dark blend coffee from Colombia, Costa Rica and New Guinea. For those who didn’t save room for dessert, the restaurant’s Cake Corner offers treats such as a pear and chocolate tart for guests to take away and enjoy at their leisure. (+852.2537.1388)

—Oliver Slosser

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