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The Continental

Elegant European dishes served all day long

Described as “inspired by the sophisticated charm of Europe’s grand cafes”, The Continental’s emerald- and gold-accented space certainly ticks this box, eking out a brasserie feel. Situated in Pacific Place in the spot formerly occupied by Domani, it maintains the Thomas Heatherwick-designed ceiling, but supplants the former occupant’s Italian dishes with simple "Franco-Anglaise" specialities – the menu a work of chef-writer Rowley Leigh. Presenting fresh ingredients without overcomplicated preparations, The Continental’s menus see it sate the appetites and thirsts from breakfast, through lunch and afternoon tea, to dinner, wine and dessert.

 

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