The Le 188 Restaurant and Lounge is located on the 41st floor of the Harbour Grand Hotel in North Point, the eastern part of Hong Kong Island. Similar to the SUGAR bar, this venue is a little bit away off the beaten track, but worthwhile to have a closer look.
The interior of the Le 188 Restaurant and Lounge is quite stylish with a romantic, but intimate touch. Comfy big pink/purple plush chair invites you to sit back and relax in the inside while a cozy rooftop area will serve the needs of all fresh air and sun lovers.
Inside the restaurant are floor-to-ceiling windows that allow to cherish the Hong Kong harbor views from 3 different sides. May be you wonder where the Le 188 Restaurant and Lounge got its name from. The restaurant and lounge is named after the 188 degree view guests can enjoy from the top of the Harbour Grand Hotel in Hong Kong – hence, the name Le 188.
The Le 188 Restaurant and Lounge serves modern European cuisine and seafood delights such as oysters from the Oyster bar. The wine and cocktail list is nice and has for every taste something to offer. The food experience is a mixed bag of feelings.
Expecting a lot of a prime location, the food is best mediocre especially if you consider the pricing of the dishes (e.g. for dinner expect to pay at least HK$ 1200 for two persons). To make it short, if you are looking for a great dining experience we would recommend looking at other places or come for the afternoon tea set. If you just would like to enjoy the impressive views go with a cocktail or head over to the SUGAR bar which is not too far away.
More Info and Details
41/F, Harbour Grand Hotel, 23 Oil Street, North Point, Hong Kong
12:00 (noon) – 14:30pm Lunch (daily)
3:00pm–6:00am Afternoon Tea (daily)
6:30pm–10:30pm Dinner (daily)
5:30pm–1:00am Bar and Lounge (daily)
+(852) 2121 2693
How to Get to Le 188 Restaurant and Lounge
By Subway: The easiest way is to by MTR. Take the MTR to North Point station.
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