I'm visiting Hong Kong for five days in September. To thank our friends to letting them stay with them, we wanted to take them out for dinner.
We're looking for a place that feels special enough for a thank you dinner, but not too fancy. More like Ronin, less like 4-star hotel. Since we're visiting Japan later in our trip, I thought this dinner might be better used on something other than Japanese food.
We're all in our late 20s with no dietary restrictions. I'm curious whether there's a modern/hip equivalent of Ronin for Chinese food. (Chinese isn't a must. We're happy to eat any type of cuisine, but just wanted to put that thought that out there.)
Our budget is around $450 HKD per person (before tax, tip, and drinks) and ideally, we want to find a place that takes reservations.
So Chowhound, what do you got?
Thanks in advance!
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