|Linguini with shrimp and crabmeat|
The Centre itself is a bit of a lost cause when it comes to food (if I had to choose, I would go to the cafe in the lobby - at least they have semi-decent sandwiches and drinkable (albeit very milky) coffee - but if you're looking for a proper meal, and the Grand Hyatt is too, well, grand, then you're stuck for choices.
About 3-5 minutes walk from the Grand Hyatt, through the garden and overpass, you'll come to Fenwick Pier and the Fleet Arcade (where I keep hearing you can buy cheap magazines from the US ships that come in, but I've never verified that claim). Inside, where Vero used to be, is Giando, an Italian restaurant opened by ex-Gaia Group exec chef, Gianni Caprioli.
|Soft poached egg (with intensely orange, almost red yolk), green pea puree, prosciutto|
|White chocolate mousse|
Despite being so "out of the way", it's surprisingly popular and busy (probably due to its proximity to LegCo) on weekdays, so book ahead. They have a nice big round table or two, which makes it a good choice for western with a larger group.
1/F Fleet Arcade,
1 Lung King Street,
+852 2511 8912
Lunch and dinner daily