- American Express
- Diners Club
- China Union
- Opening Hours: M-Su 12:00-15:00, 18:30-23:00, Ph 18:30-23:00
- Nearby Parking: Yes
- Valet Parking: No
- Reservations Accepted: Yes
- Delivery: No
- Takeaway: Yes
- Corkage Fee: 200
- Can accommodate large group: Yes
- Children Friendly: No
- Pet Friendly: No
- Private Room Available: Yes
- Dress Code: N/A
- Post 11pm order: No
- Al Fresco: No
Fresh oyster, Beef steaks
The Bostonian salad, Porcini and whilted spinach angel hair pasta, side and salads, potatoes
extensive wine list
The Bostonian has an excellent reputation for its lively atmosphere. Art pieces by various contemporary Mainland Chinese artists create an art ambience for this upscale restaurant.
7 December 2009
Romantic Wednesdays, Party to Go, Black Truffle Menu, M at the Fringe - Final Weeks, BLT Burger Opens, Sha Tin 18's New Menu
In the Kitchen: with Mark Bannon
As a restaurant reviewer I am constantly critiquing the work of chefs, sometimes via reviews and other times directly to the chef. The latter is often a daunting prospect. Some chefs genuinely want an honest reply to the question, "so how was the food?", while others don't.
8 March 2010
Revamped Backyard, Bostonian’s Sustainable Seafood, Relaxing Afternoon Tea, Wagyu Menu
8 June 2010
Late Night Sushi and Bubbles, 50% Off Tokoro, Bostonian's Brunch, Sea Cucumber Menu, New Opening
The Bostonian's Sunday Brunch
It seems that Sunday brunch is becoming more and more popular in Hong Kong, and with a slew of restaurants and hotels recently introducing brunch it is now a highly competitive market. One of the most recent additions is the return of The Bostonian's Sunday Brunch.
23 November 2010
Ole's New Chef, Indochine is Back, New Chef for Shang Palace, Bostonian Adds Bubbles, Coming Soon - ista, Le Soleil's Winter Dishes
Enough Fashion; I Want Food!
Almost a year ago now I sat here and waxed lyrical about how food and the ‘fine dining experience’ has so much affiliation with art. Perhaps at that point it did, for me, have an affiliation; and I was able to persuade you to a certain degree that it was true. Well, things have changed, as they always do. What do I think now? Whilst at some points food can be connected to art, the food world as a whole is much more like fashion than art. Food trends are certainly more changeable than art trends; foams were only cool for a few weeks right? Ok, maybe a few months.