Camille is a freelance ghost blog and web content writer. She's also a musician and an "Autoimmunee". She loves learning and sharing about how to live life with positive energy and meaning.
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Published December 17th 2012
An oasis amongst the crowds of Hong Kong
My husband and I spent our honeymoon in Hong Kong a couple of weeks ago. Our hotel, the Kimberley Hotel was located in Tsim Sha Tsui. Hong Kong is a city made for the senses – streets full of color, exotic smells and hundreds if not thousands of people.
While we loved the atmosphere of such a busy city, after the first few days we wanted a little reprieve and some peace and quiet was hard to find amongst the many restaurants that lined the area. Then we found, Hibiki. This Japanese Restaurant was cosy, modern and everything we were looking for.
Located on the 4th floor of a shopping mall along the Tsim Sha Tsui strip, it created a little oasis away from all the hustle and bustle. There was a great view of the city lights and the various stores and restaurants below. While the restaurant itself had lots of customers, mostly executive types, it was designed in such a way that it feels spacious and you can enjoy a nice conversation without having to shout at each other as we had found in many of the other restaurants we had previously visited.
Spacious, modern and cosy - a photo from their facebook page
The food was absolutely delicious and was fair in price. We spend around $200hkd/$25aud for both of us. There was a special promo at the time as they had only just opened so we got our meals at 15% of the original price. But even without the promo, we found it would be worth it since we ordered lots of different things and it wasn't extremely extravagant in price for young couples like us to enjoy.