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Since it opened in 2017, Hexa, the Cantonese restaurant located at the end of Ocean Terminal, has firmly established itself as one of the city’s dining hotspots thanks to its unrivalled waterfront location and its excellent food.
We were there to enjoy HEXA’s exquisite dim sum lunch, along with some of its signature dishes.
We started our lunch with some favourites: Steam Shrimp Dumplings in Bamboo Charcoal Wrapping ($80); Steamed Salmon Roe Dumplings ($68); Steamed Dumplings with Truffle, Wild Mushroom ($58) Baked BBQ Pork Buns Topped with Buttered Crust ($62) and the popular Wagyu Beef with Black Pepper in Puff Pastry ($88).
A further round of dishes included Braised Chicken Feet with Abalone Sauce ($88); Shredded Turnip in Puff Pastry ($58); Golden Crispy Roulade with Foie Gras and Shrimp ($72); Spring Rolls with Shrimps and Sea Urchin ($78); Crispy Rice Rolls with Cuttlefish ($68); Stewed Honeycomb Tripes with “Sichuan” Sauce ($68); Deep Fried Taro Pastry Stuffed with Seafood ($50); and Pork Dumpling with Abalone in Pepper Broth ($108).
For good measure, we then sampled several of Hexa's signature dishes: Roasted Iberico Pork with Honey Sauce ($328); the excellent Smoked Chicken with LongJing Tea Leaves ($338); Seasonal Baby Vegetable Shoots in Chicken Stock with Fresh Euryale Ferox ($228); Braised Pearl Rice with Masutake Mushroom, Morel And Sea Urchin ($328) and the prized Jumbo Spanish Red Prawns Served with Inaniwa Udon ($408 per person).
Our desserts for this sumptuous meal were Jasmine Tea Flavoured Panna Cotta ($158) and Yuba Mousse with Raspberry Jelly ($158).
We had a superb meal at Hexa, which continues to set the bar for combined gourmet and visual excellence. We highly recommend you pay a visit to celebrate any occasion.
Shop 101, OTE, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


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