Ever find yourself looking for a quiet, classy drink in Tsim Sha Tsui? Away from the bustling waterfront bars and dives, tucked within The Mira Hong Kong’s Michelin-recommended eatery WHISK is the newly opened lounge room Decanter.
The former private room at WHISK is now a cosy, informal space perfect for those who want a light bite and a glass of wine (or three). Seating 20-30 guests, the intimate lounge is dotted with bright yellow armchairs and sofas, with windows overlooking Victoria park and The Mira’s Chinese restaurant Cuisine Cuisine below—we can see that it’ll be an ideal after work haunt for many Kowloon-side worker bees, especially when the weather gets rainy or cold.
Wine lovers will be happy to note that the list here comprises 18 premium varieties—all of which you can order by the glass—ranging from choices under $100 to top-shelf vintages including two Grand Cru Classe Bordeaux starting at $300HKD/glass.
Alongside vino you’ve got gourmet plates made to share, such as the tangy hamachi carpaccio with green apple, mandarin and shiso ($88HKD), the croque monsieur with black truffle, ham and comte cheese ($68HKD), or for something heartier, the US Black Angus beef sliders with raclette cheese and sweet potato chip ($148HKD/two pieces).
Article by Evelyn Lok