A home-style Italian diner in the busiest area of Hong Kong, The Point spans a modest 1000 sq ft with an impressive seating capacity of around 40. Vanilla-hued interiors complemented with industrial touches set the right mood for all-day dining. Sensible planning cleverly capitalises the prime locality, successfully establishing a mainstay for comfort food in the city center.
The welcoming ambiance makes you feel at home. The airy-space has high-ceilings and is cased in large-windows outlined by dark steel bars, giving it the feel of a converted warehouse. The homey, streamlined design is mostly vanilla with a few eclectic touches like occasionally mismatched chairs. A Broadway-style lighted sign across the ceiling proclaims “The Point” with a backwards N, apparently on purpose.