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A charming outpost of Switzerland in this Far-Eastern city, Chesa has been a cherished gathering place for three generations of Hong Kong diners. Originally designed to evoke a cosy Alpine chalet – “chesa” means "inn" in the Swiss Romansch dialect – it still offers the same relaxed and welcoming environment that it did when it opened in 1965.

 

Swiss-born chef Florian Trento pays splendid homage here to the cuisine of his native region. His traditional dishes – Veal "Zurichoise," Sausages with rösti, Spätzli, Raclettes and Fondues – incorporate the finest Alpine ingredients, and harmonise beautifully with wine choices from western Europe. 

 

Awards and Accolades:

Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants 2021

 

Dress Code:

Smart casual for all guests. Please refrain from wearing sports attire (including vests, exercise pants, and sports leggings) or beachwear (including flip-flops, beach sandals, and plastic footwear). Closed-toe shoes, long trousers, and sleeved shirts are required for gentlemen.

 

Child Policy:

Children aged 3 or above are welcome.

 

Corkage Fees:

HK$ 800 +10% service charge per bottle (750 ml), a maximum of one 750 ml bottle.

 

 

Cuisine Type

Swiss

Location

1/F

Hours

Lunch: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm (Last Order: 2:00 pm)

Dinner: 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm (Last Order: 10:00 pm)

Child Policy

Children aged 3 and above are welcome

Dress Code
Smart Casual for all guests – Please refrain from wearing sports attire or beachwear. Closed-toed shoes, long trousers and sleeved shirts are required for gentlemen.

Smart Casual

Enquiries
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