first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterThe Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel, is poised to reopen this September with one of the most anticipated rooftop restaurants, SKYE, as part of the HK$300 million makeover.SKYE will offer contemporary French cuisine showcasing award-winning culinary techniques of Head Chef Lee Adams, honed through his career at the Michelin-starred establishments of Gary Rhodes and The Waterside Inn in the UK.Adams will be joined by an international team of hospitality professionals, led by Food & Beverage Director Hugo Cheng. With years of experience at Michelin-starred restaurants and the best bars around the world and in Hong Kong, such as L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Caprice at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong and Nobu, the team will bring together experience as well as passion for the industry.“The concept behind SKYE is about bringing Hong Kong’s global nomads together at a relaxing design setting,” shares Luc Bollen, General Manager of the hotel. “The food and cocktail culture at SKYE underpins the sharing culture of today’s millennials. Chef Adams and his team aim to curate SKYE’s menu to present an interesting mix of flavours and textures, creating a dining experience stimulating all senses.”Adams’ menu will be complemented by sophisticated cocktails, inspired by the eclectic and distinctive characteristics of Hong Kong, and featuring craft spirits, seasonal ingredients and visually stunning presentations. An impressive wine list from the old and new world will also be paired with the menu.To align with the theme of bringing people together, world-renowned architecture and interior design company, Design Worldwide Partnership, aims to convert SKYE to a contemporary bar and restaurant that marries glitz and glamour.German Street artist, KEF, also lends the space an element of fun chic with his mixed medium textural art reminiscent of the wavy lines of seashells.In addition to the main restaurant space, SKYE consists of three private dining rooms for entertaining large and small groups alike.Seating 180 people, SKYE occupies 743 square metres, including the three private rooms and a large outside Deck dominated with an illuminated bar offering views of Victoria Harbour and Victoria Park. An in-house DJ will be performing every night.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img

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