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This intimate little Dutch restaurant thrives in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong. The owner imports much of his seafood from Holland, and maintains a dedicated hands-on attitude in the kitchen. The... Read More
This intimate little Dutch restaurant thrives in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong. The owner imports much of his seafood from Holland, and maintains a dedicated hands-on attitude in the kitchen. The restaurant is light and cheery, and lunches start with a hearty buffet of appetizers. Fish and seafood play a prominent role on the menu, the roasted organic chicken is naturally popular, as are steak and chops. The french fries, beautifully crisp and packed with flavor, are served in a distinctive stainless steel basket, while desserts include farm-ripened cheese. The staff are endlessly cheery and enthusiastic; if only all Hong Kong restaurants were such fun, good value and thoroughly delicious.
5/F Grand Progress Building
- Take Out: "Orange Tree also runs catered cruises aboard a teak Chinese junk."
- Best Restaurants: "Hit Orange Tree's open bar sessions on Friday evenings as they're ultra sociable and a great introduction to this humming restaurant."
- Best for Take Out Because: The steak frites, or 'fries' to the uninitiated,are worth trekking across town for.
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Orange Tree's trump cards are utterly genuine ingredients and 100 per cent passion in the kitchen.