Named after the hotel's street address number "18" which also means good fortune in terms of Feng Shui, Sha Tin 18 is a new concept for Hong Kong, and perhaps the best Chinese restaurant serving authentic Dongguan and northern Chinese cuisine in a lively show kitchen environment.Guests at our Shatin Chinese restaurant can choose to appreciate a front row view of the chefs in action in the show kitchens, and enjoy the delicacies prepared by the chefs. Signature items include Tossed mustard green, beancurd sheet, shallots, Houjie pan-fried fish cakes, Chinese dried sausages, handmade noodles and dumplings, traditional Peking duck and homemade Chinese-style ice-creams and desserts.
Cafe at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin consists of a lounge, main dining area, a private dining room, and a spacious outdoor terrace for alfresco dining. The show kitchens present exciting buffets featuring Hong Kong’s favourite steamed and wok-fried dishes; seasonal salads and refreshing seafood on ice; freshly baked pizza and pastas; as well as prime meat grilled a-la-minute. No meal is complete at this Shatin restaurant without trying the freshly made desserts and baked pastries, with seasonal fruits and ice creams from the dessert kitchen.
The Salted Pig, a quirky eatery best known for its pork-laden classics and generous portions comes together in a fun and casual dining experience where food satisfies and ambience comforts!With its pig themed décor and wooden furniture, all our 3 venues located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Soho East and Lai Chi Kok are sure to take you back to those quintessential English farmhouses, oozing rustic charm and comfortable ambience. So, sit back and relax with your friends and family over a hearty and porktastic feast! Here at The Salted Pig, we embrace all that is pork without a doubt, but we also enjoy serving up delicious chicken, cow, sheep and sea dishes made with our chefs’ creative minds and honest preparation, guaranteeing you a full stomach and smile on your face!