A New Place

The Place, the all-day dining offering at the Langham Place, Mongkok, Hong Kong hotel, has debuted a brand new look after a two-month makeover, giving visitors and guests a new option for casual meals, coffee breaks and after-hours relaxation.

With a fresh new look in tones of light oak, herringbone and pops of lime and white, the 8,600sqft restaurant is now an airy dining space offering a range of popular buffets, a classic all-day a la carte menu, a new wellness afternoon tea, and grab-and-go options.

Guests can enjoy fresh catch at the Seafood Bar, which features freshly shucked oysters, Boston lobster, whelks, mussels, crayfish, prawns and Canadian crab. There are also more than 50 appetisers on offer, including Parma ham, cheese and fresh salads at the Salad and Charcuterie Island; as well as dim sum, barbecued meats and double boiled supreme soup from the station run by the hotel’s Michelin-starred Ming Court restaurant. Other live stations serve up made-to-order foie gras, paella, bouillabaisse, raclette and lobster, as well as Japanese treats and Indian dishes.

The Place’s dessert station, now doubled in size, offers a Chocolate Series of Valrhona’s single-origin chocolate from the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Ghana, Grenada, Madagascar and Venezuela, all of which offer distinctive taste and character. The restaurant’s pastry chefs will guide guests through the chocolate tasting notes upon request. Other desserts on offer include baked Alaska, éclairs, fresh crepes, lava cakes and soufflés.

Fans of healthy cuisine will enjoy The Place’s new wellness afternoon tea, which includes healthy fresh-squeezed juices, organic teas and sandwiches.

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