French Window, The

The French Window is a cosmopolitan French restaurant with an airy, conservatory-like dining room overlooking the picturesque Victoria Harbour. It is the perfect dining destination in Hong Kong’s iconic IFC mall whether you feel like a glass of wine, a delicious cheese platter or for an indulgent Read More

3101, Podium Level 3, IFC Mall, 1 Harbour View Street
IFC Mall
+852 2393 3812

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Recent Reviews
The location of the restaurant is superb. We were attracted by the seafood brunch and free flow of alcohol drinks. The food was quite a disappointment but the drinks helped to make up with the value. Te champagne is not a delicate one but drinkable. The white wine from Bordeaux is more interesting than the red from the same chateaux. Read more
we went to try the afternoon tea. Great location, nice view. Staff was polite but they dont know their own menu. we asked for the tea set for 2. We received the tea pots first I asked for sugar but never received it. The the Pandora box set that looked amazing. Unfortunately the taste did not follow. the savory items lacked of individual flavors and it was soggy and wet, probably left in the fridge for a while. he sweet items all tasted very similar. the whole batch lacked ... soul. it seemed to me that no effort , passion nor interest was put during the process of creating these amazing looking small bite. unfortunately again, it was a disaster for us cause we left with an idea that we will not even come back to try the dinner. I don not recommend the afternoon tea set Pandora box. i am sure you will find way better around IFC or central.Read more
Very nice view and it's a nice restaurant too. We went for a weekend afternoon tea an d we had a table by the window so we enjoyed the veiw as well as the food. Food is ok, lovely presentation buy not that fantastic taste. Service is good from the table reservation to the actual dining there (though I noted there comments saying that the service is terrible). I will go back and try their dinner dishes later and see if the food be better as I can imagine the view at night there must really fantastic!Read more
Used to be one of the favorite places in HK. Not any more. Staff seems brand new,polite,but scared of the customer. It was myself and my husband, plus one more loser couple lol at 6+ pm. French restaurant, with bread that was still moist from being frozen or whatever it was. Spongy mini baguette that seemed to be a chew toy. The waiter informed us bread was freshly made.. asked for a carafe of Rose wine thinking French carafe of wine. More like a shot. About 2 glasses. No means to keep the few drops left cold.Decided to take the rest of the bottle,asked for ice bucket. The waiter brought it and put the tiny carafe inside vs. The bottle lol Explained to him. He put the bottle in Ordered steak tartare. Looked pre-made. Did not ask if we wanted to mix it ourselves.Save Your money and frustration.Much better places in HK. I assume, management change at FW?Read more
Really great view, let down by poor food. Had a 'classic' steak tartare to start - not classic at all, very bland. 3 capers on side with a tiny slice of gherkin and two minuscule dots of egg yolk. Needed to ask for tobacco to make it edible. We then had spatchcock chicken - sent it back as it was cold in the middle and oozing blood. Chicken reappeared after 10 minutes - again not cooked properly so again sent it back. Manager came over and said it was cooked slowly in water bath - said to 64deg. It had no flavour and had not been under the grill to crisp the skin or get to the correct temperature. ( should be cooked sous vide for 4 hours to 68deg, then skin crisped under grill or in oven). He did take it off the bill, but this really should not happen! Would be happy to pay very expensive prices if it had been excellent - would not returnRead more