Time Out says
Named after and inspired by the spirit and creativity of one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Spanish artist Pablo Picasso, Pablo is Tsim Sha Tsui East’s newest restaurant that takes on classic Mexican cuisine and gives it a Southeast Asian paint over. The modern dining restaurant has three areas to enjoy including a casual dining area for laid-back lunches, a lounge for cool cocktails in the evening, and a more secluded area for those romantic date nights. As for the menu, Pablo’s cuisine is Mexican based and leans towards seafood infused with Asian elements. Think tacos al pastor (or pork tacos) made with marinated and grilled pork neck with pineapple, cabbage, mint, Thai basil and lime leaf; yellow ceviche with hamachi, mango, ginger, turmeric and lemongrass; and tamal de cochinita which is a baked and pulled pork shoulder in banana leaf with pickled ginger and red onion slaw. Pablo also offers vegetarian options along with creative cocktails to try.
66 Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
|Opening hours:||Mon to Sun lunch 12-3pm; happy hour 4-8pm; dinner 6-11pm; bar bites available until 12 midnight|