Le Pain Quotidien, a bakery founded in Brussels in 1990 by baker and chef Alain Cumon, has introduced Dining Concepts to restaurant model to Hong Kong’s casual dining scene, with outlets in Pacific Place in Admiralty, District Parts in Tsim Sha Tsui, Liton Street in Wang Chai and Tsim Sha Tsui East Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Le Pain Quotidien offers simple, healthy and sustainable dishes for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner at each of its locations, using natural ingredients each time to create a menu of soups, salads, signature spreads, homemade truffles and pastries, and artisan breads. We offer. The menu includes several options for vegetarians and vegans.
Le Pain Quotidien offers a variety of beverages: natural espresso, tea, daily seasonal fruit and vegetable blends, soothing summer smoothies, wine and beer from around the world, and even a daily evening happy hour.
Le Pain Quotidien restaurant, with its unique espresso, pastries, takeout and healthy food, is open every day of the week.
Bombay Dreams – Hong Kong’s best Central Indian restaurant for nearly 18 years, Bombay Dreams is popular with businesses that enjoy traditional Indian cuisine.
Offering a menu created directly on the spot by renowned Indian chefs, Bombay Dreams has established itself as a model of the most recognized Indian cuisine in Hong Kong – truly delicious food with its modern approach to Indian cuisine.
The menu offers an assortment of traditional Indian dishes. It offers unique tandoor kebabs, appetizers, main courses and traditional Indian desserts that are always popular. Cocktails and a variety of wines complement the flavors of Indian cuisine.
The standard Indian lunch buffet includes a wide range of local ingredients and is ideally priced for a business dinner or lunch with friends.
Bombay Dreams Restaurant, located in the heart of Hong Kong’s downtown dining scene, has been a Michelin Award winner for several years and offers passionate diners a slice of India.