Clipper Lounge is a long-established favorite with Hong Kong locals and hotel guests alike and a wonderful place to meet at any time in the day. Clipper Lounge has a timelessly elegant feel with mink, taupe and mandarin furnishings enhanced with subtle Oriental accents.
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Fab R3 months ago
Lunch buffet at Clipper Lounge is a treat - food is very good, I especially enjoyed the selection of sea food, sushi and sashimi which goes beyond of what you find at other lunch buffets. I also enjoyed the selection for cheese and bread. The highlight was the desert with the signature cheesecake, other cakes and pies were amazing as well, including the very nice pecan pie. The venue was nice but nothing outstanding. Will go there again for the food for sure.
Cassie P3 months ago
After much research, we decided to choose Mandarin Oriental's Clipper Lounge dinner buffet to celebrate a family members birthday. This is a good option if you mainly like seafood. There is an oyster platter per table and at the buffet there are unlimited crab legs, lobster, abalone, prawns and clams. There is not much variety of other foods compared to other luxury 5 star hotels. I have had better variety at Cordis and Icon's lunch buffet. Dessert variety is decent and there was a good festive selection as Christmas was just around the corner. Althought the restaurant is small with less buffet counters than other hotels, the restaurant does manage the number of people, flow and availability of food relatively well. Disappointed that no soft drinks were available in the price of the buffet. Only one tea/coffee per person included. Service was below par and was noticeably below expectations for the price we paid for a prestigious hotel. Waiters showed lack of emotion and enthusiasm. Delivered the incorrect drinks order, did not make an effort with the birthday cake celebration, did not find an appropriate solution to incorrect menu online stating hairy crab per table, charged the wrong price for buffet on payment as the website displayed the incorrect price. Please be aware of the website menu as Mandarin Oriental do not update their menu and the contents and price is not reflective of what is being sold which I found very poor of a brand such as Mandarin Oriental. Overall, seafood and dessert variety is good however, aspects such as variety of food, service and accuracy of online information is below the expected standard. There are definitely better hotel dinner buffets in HK at the other luxury hotels.
Sacchin4 months ago
A decent lunch place around central for a official meeting. It's a bit on the higher end considering MO. The food was quite good thanks to the bento menu. But MO needs to upgrade it's restaurant and lounge as they give a bit oldish feel. Limited vegetarian options in the traditional menu. Thanks to their bento menu I could devour good veg food.
Isaac Lai10 months ago
Nice environment and atmosphere. Cold plates were awesome, with many options. Very limited choices on hot plates. Dessert was good.
Mat Tsoi6 months ago
The dinner buffet is overpriced, the food is generally okay but far from good. Only a few selection of food. The sashimi is not fresh and smell bad. Lobsters are second graded. Only 3 to 4 hot food served and taste so so. Service and dessert are good though.