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Restaurant Review Jaspas, shop 304, 3/F, Block C, Water Margin, Hong Kong Tel: * *** *** **** Jaspas, a contemporary fusion restaurant located by the coast of Discovery Bay, is the perfect place for a meal if you're looking for both exquisite and casual dining. The atmosphere is very comforting and the mood is relaxed with the d�cor being contemporary but restrained. The staff are friendly, welcoming and efficient. They are always willing to go to lengths to help make your dining experience as memorable as possible. Also, the tables are a good distance apart so the diners are given their privacy, but at the same time do not feel isolated from others. ...read more.


One downside to this dish was that the portion was too big. I could have ordered this for a main course but it was an amazing dish all the same. We were also very tempted by the other dishes such as the Szechwan chilli clams, mini baby-back ribs, Mexican quesadillas, oriental won tons and others. Looking at the main course menu, you will understand what I mean when I say that we had a hard time choosing because of all the dishes Jaspas had to offer looked so delicious. Dishes like Caribbean chicken cooked with 5 spices or the delicately subtle salmon steak, made from fresh Norwegian salmon grilled and served with champagne caviar sauce. ...read more.


For dessert I settled for a vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate fudge. It doesn't sound too interesting or exotic but it did wonders to my taste buds. There were also other, more sophisticated desserts such as cr�me brul�e, warm custard with double cr�me topped with caramelized golden brown sugar. Another very tempting dessert was the Banoffi cake; caramel base cake with fresh bananas, warm caramel sauce, whipped cream and a choice of chocolate or vanilla Ben and Jerry's ice cream. On the whole, my meal was excellent with one little exception. The only problem, I thought, was that it seemed like we waited too long for our meal to arrive, which made us a little impatient so I recommend that you order your starters as soon as possible. Apart from that little problem, the meal was great. ...read more.

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