Named after one of the best-loved operas of all time, Tosca at Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong offers Southern Italian cuisine in a dramatically stylish backdrop.
It is located on level 102, at the highest hotel in the world and its view of the Hong Kong skyline is breathtaking.
Here's a look at what we ate at Tosca. We opted for a special set menu with wine pairing so we could savour the signature dishes.
Dessert - Pineapple with hazelnut crunch, mango gelato and coconut sauce.
Prices start at HK$120-320 for starters, HK$210-480 for pastas, HK$380-480 for mains, HK$90 for desserts and HK$190 for cheese platter.
I have never claimed to be a food critic and my blog entries on dining are simply a pictorial version of my gastronomic experiences. For a meal to be truly extraordinary is when it leaves a memory on my palate. The pasta dish with the cheese foam was magical; the Maine lobster with the spinach served in 2 ways - sauteed and deep fried, offered great texture. The succulent stone baked lamb melted in my mouth like a slab of butter on a hot pan.
My verdict of Tosca is that I will definitely recommend it to my friends. I will also return to try the other dishes.
For more information, please visit www.ritzcarlton.com