Time Out says
The Rosewood's all-day dining venue elevates old-school cha chaan teng dining
Named after historic Holt’s Wharf, aka the space that the Rosewood Hong Kong now occupies, Holt’s Café turns Hong Kong’s traditional cha chaan teng dining culture on its head. That means high-end Cantonese dishes speckled with international influence, as well as a setting evocative of Europe’s golden age cafés and brasseries. One of eight food and beverage venues the Rosewood is slowly unrolling, Holt's Café also serves a range of excellent teas: Chinese, premium aged, single-origin herbal blends, rare vintages and more.
G/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui;