Happy Paradise, headed towards the 1980s!

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Happy Paradise, headed towards the 1980s!

In the SoHo district, Happy Paradise unveils unique neo-Chinese cuisine in a funky atmosphere.

The neon lights that run along the ceiling illuminate the room with a soft pink and blue glow. In a psychedelic setting, an allusion to the 1980s flows. Sitting between tropical plants at the Formica tables with retro chairs, ears listening to pop music of the time, you will feel as if you've travelled in time. Only the contents of your plate will bring you back to the present: chef May Chow, very popular in Hong Kong, reinvents Cantonese cuisine for a contemporary result, with a hint of nostalgia. Try the char siu, a must-try in Chinese cuisine, made here with Iberian pork and silky egg whites, glazed with soy sauce, or the Australian Wagyu skirt steak served with fried rice noodles, seaweed butter and preserved lemon. You can also be guided by the chef by opting for the surprise menu, for a blind discovery of Hong Kong's culinary paradise.

Happy Paradise
52-56 Staunton Street
UG/F Central
Hong Kong

+852 2816 2118

https://www.happyparadise.hk/

Menu: around 354 HKD