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33 Wyndham St., 5/F & 6/F Send to Phone
New York-style speakeasy and brasserie duo fit seamlessly into Hong Kong's dining scene, especially among those seeking a nibble in the wee hours.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sun.
Open late

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Bloom Restaurant Review

: Gone are the days when it was tough to find anything but chicken feet to eat after midnight in Hong Kong, thanks to this New York-style bar and brasserie inside LKF Tower. Inspired by early twentieth-century American speakeasies and pre-World War II supper clubs, the sexy bar known as Lily welcomes patrons with an inviting wood paneled lounge space with iron grills and glass chandeliers. Forgotten classics fill the well-researched cocktail menu, like the Raspberry Sidecar. When appetites flair, head downstairs to Bloom. Try the geoduck clams in makrut lime, lemon grass and chili, then go for a creative oyster shooter in Champagne with tarragon and lavender oil. Warm up as well with the shrimp and crab casserole or French onion soup. Some diners order the signature Ibérico pork chop and smoked ribs braised with red cabbage and sage marmalade. Add a side of creamy macaroni and cheese for good, indulgent measure. We also like the fromage blanc with mango, banana and caramel passion fruit, which we admit to eating while waiting on the hot chocolate soufflé with pistachio ice cream and raspberry jam.


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