The Leah invites diners to enjoy British comfort food by Chef James Sharman while kicking back in a green oasis in the middle of Causeway Bay. Tucked away in Lee Garden Two, this vibrant newcomer with an expansive terrace caters to a fun-loving evening crowd with its British favourites, enticing drinks, and lively setting.
The kitchen takes no shortcuts, and everything is prepared in-house with the care and techniques Sharman gained under the tutelage of chefs like Tom Aikens and Rene Redzepi, but rather than rigorous adherence to recipes and fancy presentation, the kitchen’s priority is putting heart and soul into each and every plate. At The Leah, dishes are served without fuss or frills – it’s just good food cooked the way it’s meant to be cooked.
Food isn’t the only attraction at The Leah as drinks and a bar menu cater to happy hours and after-dinner drinks. With the rising temperatures, The Leah’s Collins selections, a play on the classic long drink, Tom Collins, will be the perfect happy hour cool-down with guests able to choose their favourite spirit with cheeky names like Vlad, Tom, Ron, Pedro and John, mixed with citrus and soda. Other options draw on British heritage and garden etiquette for the outdoor setting, including the Camden Spritz, a take on the Aperol Spritz that nods to Camden and its Italian community; Wimbledon Cup, their take on a Pimm’s Cup; and Cotswold-Ade, rosy lemonade mixed with gin and Campari. Other cocktails on offer will be variations on classics such as the Mule, Old Fashioned, Negroni, Martini, and Spritz.