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Repulse Bay. It’s pretty as a picture and it’s home to some of Hong Kong’s most breathtaking views. That’s why so many people take a trip to the ‘south side’ to enjoy some time out. The Repulse Bay hotel is a hot destination for weddings and high tea, and the beachfront, with its barbecue areas, is a must-visit for families all year round. But if you want to just hang out in this relaxed area, you need a reason that isn’t just beach, sea, wedding or tea. And now you’ve got it, as The Pulse has opened its doors over the past few weeks. One of a slew of Emperor International Holdings projects, this is a new 150,000sq ft mall that is expected to become a hotspot for tourists, as well as us Hongkongers. And apart from the shopping, they’ll be checking out the restaurants. That means popping into Limewood, one of the mall’s prime dining destinations.
After the runaway success of Mott 32 and Fish & Meat, Limewood is the latest brainchild from the guys at Maximal Concepts. So, innovative fare alongside top-notch ingredients are expected in spades here. The restaurant’s concept is an original one too, claiming to be an amalgamation of Southeast Asian, Hawaiian, South American and Caribbean – basically anywhere known for its seaside culture – flavours, and the cuisine is centred around barbecued seafood and meat. Oh, and, of course, cracking cocktails. Try their signature margaritas or their All Day Bloody Mary ($100). And for a boozier afternoon by the beach, sip on the bar's expanding tequila, mezcal, and aged rum selection.