Between the building’s corporate lobby and Hutong’s ambient interior, there’s a world of difference. Step into Hutong and it’s dark, woody and moodily lit by rows of fringed oriental lanterns. The windows looking out across Hong Kong’s neon-advertising lit skyscrapers slope inwards, and, when splashed with rain, give you the feeling that you might have stepped into the Tyrell Corporation building in Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. That panoramic view is a major drawcard of Hutong. The food is another.
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