- American Express
- Opening Hours: M-Sa 12:00-14:00, 18:30-23:00, Su 11:30-15:00, 18:30-23:00
- Nearby Parking: Yes
- Valet Parking: Yes
- Reservations Accepted: Yes
- Delivery: No
- Takeaway: Yes
- Corkage Fee: 500
- Can accommodate large group: Yes
- Children Friendly: Yes
- Pet Friendly: No
- Private Room Available: Yes
- Dress Code: Casual
- Post 11pm order: No
- Al Fresco: No
Lobster Bisque; Dover Sole Meunière; Roasted Rib of Beef
Hugo's offers an extensive wine list with a globe-trotting mix of more than 200 selections predominantly showcasing productions issued from vineyards lead under biodynamic or sustainable vine-growing practices. Cocktails, liqueurs and non-alcohol drinks are also available.
The restaurant has a casual yet elegant atmosphere, which benefits from floor-to-ceiling windows and a high, pitched and beamed ceiling. The decorative antiques, such as the numerous ornate mirrors, chandeliers, genuine Ming vases, guns, shield plaques and of course Hugo’s metal suit of armour, add luster to this unique restaurant in downtown.
31 August 2010
Tuesday Wine Buffet, New Signature Dishes, Monthly Degustation Menu, Oolaa Opens, Playful Japanese, Hugo's New Dishes
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Easter Feature 04: Seasonal White Asparagus
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Festive Dining Around Town
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Desserts with No Boundaries