I don’t normally dine in Kowloon especially MK because the food is unpredictable but I liked the Western dishes here because it was quite decent.
Half of the dishes ordered were sushi which can’t really go wrong and the other half were Western dishes.
Apparently the dessert chef used to work at Amber which is a restaurant that is too expensive.
This had a syrupy lychee taste.
The crab roe paste gunkan was rich with a slight bitterness.
Hiroshima oysters have a strong taste and this was the first time having them raw because they are normally cooked.
You could smell them when they were brought over but the taste was creamy.
As I have a Western palette I simply liked it and the chicken was soft and supple.
The grilled squid was sweet and sticky.
I also liked this because it was toasts with salmon tartare that was mixed with refreshing grapefruit juice and other chopped up seafood.
These were tasty but a little bit too spicy for me.
The salmon was beautifully cooked that it was tender and pink paired with a creamy sauce.
Iberico pigs live on a healthy diet hence they are disease free and do not need to be cooked thorougly hence the pink centre.
The pork was extremely juicy and tender.
Desserts cannot missed and this is coming from someone who is not that keen on desserts because they are too sweet.
The opera was light and had a strong cocoa taste.
Other desserts that I was too full to try: