A new eatery joined the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong this week. A joint venture between the hotel and sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck – “Café 100 by The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong” or just Café 100 is the first observation deck casual dining outlet operated by the luxury hotel chain.
Interiors of Café 100 takes after Parisian terrace cafés with a modern minimalistic design scheme, finished in warm tones. Thanks to its bright and airy space and floor-to-ceiling glass windows, café offers endless sea views and captivating sunsets. There isn’t a lot of seating at the eatery located on the west side of the deck – it can seat just 40 customers.
The first menu for Café 100 designed by Executive Chef, Peter Find is full of mouthwatering items such as soft-serve ice cream made with fresh milk produced in Hokkaido, which has a rich fat content of 8%; five different Panini Sandwiches served with a choice of mixed green salad or flavored potato chips; two versions of Poffertjes; two Waffles and three each of sweet and savory French crêpes. All made from carefully selected premium ingredients and freshly cooked to order to preserve the taste and freshness. All served with coffee, tea, soft drink or mineral water.
They plan to update the menu with seasonal flavors – right now they serve sakura-flavored soft-serve ice cream, come winter they’ll have roasted sweet potato flavor.
Contact Café 100 at (852) 2263 2356 or email email@example.com for reservations.