I’ll just come right out and say it: lately I’ve been obsessed with 208 Duecento Otto. Having recently popped by for dinner to try their new food and drinks menu, I couldn’t resist bringing a friend who was in town to 208 for brunch the following weekend. 208 has customers returning regularly in a city where a new restaurant pops up practically every day, so you know they’re doing something right. Aside from their stellar dinner and weekday lunch offerings, weekend brunch at 208 Duecento Otto is a delicious way to spend a lazy Saturday or Sunday.
If you’re looking for a consistently good Italian restaurant in Hong Kong, look no further than 208 Duecento Otto. I’ve been a big fan of 208 for awhile now and was incredibly excited to try the new food and drinks menu (despite thinking it couldn’t get much better than it already was). Well, I was certainly wrong: 208 Duecento Otto’s new dishes, curated by Chef Michael Bolam are just as delicious and ever-reliable, and the cocktails are made to your liking under the watchful eye of mixologist James Barker.
If you’ve ever tried to find a restaurant in Hong Kong for a good value weekday lunch, you’ll know that it can be overwhelming thanks to the sheer number of venues offering their “weekday set lunch” promotions. So, which one do you choose? What’s the best bang for your buck? Though I may not be able to give a straightforward answer to this, I am on a mission to find some of the cities best weekday lunch spots and 208 Duecento Otto in Sheung Wan is first on my list.