Le Pan at Kowloon Bay introduces French fine dining

A new fine-dining experience has arrived in Hong Kong with the opening of French restaurant Le Pan at Kowloon Bay.

It is hidden away behind 1920s-style doors in the Goldin Financial Global Centre, a commercial building, reports The Honeycombers.

Covering 10,000 sqft (930 sqm), the restaurant has a white theme – as well as the tablecloths, there is white marble plus white leather seating. Four private dining areas can booked for private events, and guests can book a seat at the chef’s table where they can watch head chef Edward Voon at work.

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Le Pan dining table

Once you are seated, the attentive staff makes sure you want for nothing, says The Honeycombers. Home-baked bread in a range of styles is offered still warm from the oven, before canapes arrive.

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Le Pan’s offering changes on a seasonal basis and it serves a selection of tasting menus running up to five courses. Dishes include Kaluga Queen Hybrid caviar with sea urchin, botan shrimps and crustacean jelly; bouillabaisse with stewed fish tortellini; and crispy-skin Kuhlbarra barramundi with herbs, braised fennel and beurre blanc.Le Pan food

Each dish is introduced by the servers, even with eating suggestions.

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