Azure - LKF Hotel
This restaurant slash bar is the ultimate in fine dining within the bustling area of Lan Kwai Fong inside LKF Hotel.
Set on the top two floors of the luxurious LKF Hotel which sits at the back of Lan Kwai Fong overlooking the city is Azure, a smart contemporary bar and lounge that will appeal to those who enjoy the finer things in life. The venue caters for any occassion whether it be for business meetings, socialising or even just for a quiet drink yourself or with your close friends.
Featuring a grand bar with award-winning bar-tenders, order your drinks and watch them whizz up your drink in their own unique little way. The Azure Martini and Marks Myers cocktails is a must when you visit this venue so be sure not to forget to order them. After your drinks, or before, take a walk up to the 30th floor on their spiralling stairs which takes you to the dining area with ever so breathtaking views of Hong Kong looked out from their floor to ceiling height windows. 270 degrees of pure delight as you dine in style enjoying the posh culinary food served to you by top chefs.
For the icing on the cake, there is also an open patio area where you can step out onto to fully appreciate Hong Kong's skyline with your drink of course and with your friends. Totally scintillating!
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