A hot and humid Hong Kong evening saw us head to the terrace of Hullett House for dinner. Situated in the former Marine Police Headquarters, Hullett house is now a luxury hotel with restaurants and forms part of the Heritage 1881 precinct in Tsim Sha Tsui.
The terrace is part of The Parlour restaurant/bar and offers a great place for a drink or meal while overlooking Hong Kong Harbour.
Having had a good lunch we decided to have a simple dinner. Freshly baked hot rolls were bought to our table while we selected from the menu.
Mr. CA4G had angel hair pasta with prawns and scallops, dotted with salmon roe. While I had a mushroom and confit duck risotto.
A quick glimpse of the interior.
A glass of Prosecco was very enjoyable with our meal as we enjoyed the sunset over the island.
Hullett House is one of must go to dining destinations when we visit Hong Kong and we look forward to dining on the terrace again.