FIAMMA takes its name from the Italian word for 'flame'. FIAMMA's main dining room is dressed in royal blue, oak, vintage-esque tiles, pendant ceiling light fixtures, and coastal Mediterranean décor in brass and black iron. At FIAMMA, the focus is on the action of the restaurant's open kitchen, where the culinary team adds a theatrical touch to the elegant setting.The restaurant's entrance also features a Grab-n-Go display counter in glass and marble, the ultimate tribute to all the sweet and savoury baked goods that are made on the premises, as well as some of The Peak's best coffee, making FIAMMA ideal for those looking to picnic on the famous Peak Trail. In addition to the inviting dining room, FIAMMA's sun-kissed alfresco patio is the perfect spot for families and friends to unwind and relax, and to sample from the restaurant's Mediterranean-inspired cocktail menu and extensive Italian wine list.
SPIGA in Hong Kong’s Central district, marries contemporary Italian dining with design inspired by the cinematic splendour of 1950s Italy. It’s a love affair with Italy, past and present.With multiple restaurants in Italy and 8 Michelin stars to his name, SPIGA is Consultant Chef Enrico Bartolini’s first restaurant outside of his homeland, with Head Chef Paolo Olivieri leading the kitchen team. With strong influences from Tuscany and Italy’s North East, SPIGA perfectly merges the cooking styles found around Italy to create top-notch contemporary classic cuisine. Step into the cinematic splendour of 1950s Italy with Joyce Wang Studio’s inspired interior design. Full of Italian charm, the space is creatively sectioned into distinct settings, giving a feel of intimacy and exclusivity, further enhanced by dramatic lighting fixtures and hand selected antique collectables. It’s a destination for drinks at the bar/lounge or lavish meals in the restaurant and private rooms. Or to kick back in style on the outdoor terrace, PORTICO.
Sofia is a refreshing plant-based restaurant specializing in fusion cuisine with a majority of vegetarian options. Diners are also allowed to exclude five pungent spices, egg and milk according to personal needs. Instead of being boring, the owner of Sofia believes that vegetarianism opens up more options. The restaurant aims to create a food utopia that both vegetarians and non-vegetarians can share.
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