Pak Loh Chiu Chow restaurant in Hong Kong
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The florescent lights and garish decorative touches ubiquitous in many Hong Kong establishments are starting to become a thing of the past. Pak Loh Chiu Chow is a perfect example of the growing trend for Chinese restaurants that place as much importance on décor as food. Designed by local architect Nelson Chow, the elegant, unfussy interiors are a perfectly choreographed blend of vintage 1960s Hong Kong with a contemporary flair. A dramatic vaulted walnut-ribbed ceiling tops a series of distinctive dining alcoves; earthy tones, graphic wallpaper by Belgian textile house Maharam and burgundy-leather banquettes add to the retro ambience. The setting aims to attract a younger creative crowd, but the menu has something for everyone with seasonal classics like chiu chow cold crab, abalone and jin jew chicken.

Pak Loh Chiu Chow restaurant in Hong Kong,

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Shop 1002
Times Square
Hong Kong