French cuisine is renowned for its pursuit of elegance and flair, not only on the dining table, but also in the ambience of its restaurants. However, this can be overwhelming to those unfamiliar with French customs. Happily for Hong Kong diners, amid the hustle and bustle of Tsim Sha Tsui is an eatery that is determined to subvert the cliche of intimidating French restaurants.
Scarlett Cafe and Wine Bar delivers authentic French cuisine in a relaxed environment. The ground floor is a wine bar, while the first floor has an open kitchen that allows interaction between the chefs and customers.
“The atmosphere is one of our attractions,” said Quentin Le Borgne, Operations Manager at Scarlett. “We want our guests to feel comfortable. We treat our guests the way that we want to be treated in restaurants – attentive service with a smile, and of course, delicious food.”