If you’re looking for a little trip away from the city centre, Sai Kung would do it, especially with the walk along the piers after a hearty meal. At Sha Tsui Path, you’ll find many Western restaurants ranging from the burger to brunch to tacos. I tried Jaspa’s, which is hard to miss with its colourful sign with a fun font.
We tried the Mussels Marinara ($140) served with garlic bread, the Margherita Pizza ($135), the Wagyu Beef Burger ($165), which was plenty to share. The sauce from the mussels was really tasty, and as always, we finished it by dipping the garlic bread in it until it was drenched with the sauce. For me, the Margherita Pizza was a bit of a disappointment: I knew it was going to be tomatoes, cheese and basil, but this pizza wasn’t really worth its price when it was basically just loaded with cheese with some diced tomatoes on top. This could really have been done better for its price. The chips from the Beef burger had a crunchy battered skin which was really delicious.
Finished the meal off with a Cappuccino served with a Lotus biscuit, one of my favourites.
Piccolo’s (Sai Kung)
G/F 20 Wan King Path, Sai Kung, HK
(+852) 2791 9233
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