Wednesday, May 14, 2014


An American/Western restaurant situated at Shop 304, 3/F, Silvercord, 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui called RUBY TUESDAY is a true gem for lovers of french fries, burgers and roasted ribs. With its new offer of the Garden Bar, it makes it more irresistable to those craving for an authentic American taste. With a budget of HK$150-180 per person, you can enjoy a fine-dining experience in a restaurant designed with warm burgundy wood and comfortable counter seats. There are also a set of tables and chairs ready to cater a romantic evening for couples who wish to get secluded from dining families or feasting crowds.

Junior and TK sharing over the
jumbo ruby drink. 
Good friends, Junior and TK, have brought us here for a farewell dinner for my husband who was bound to have a long vacation with his brother to Samoa. He has to attend his mom's 70th birthday together with their other siblings who reside overseas too. In short, it was going to be a grand reunion requiring a long time to stay there so they took us out (I wasn't going to travel with him because I am pregnant and was restricted to fly so this was really an eventful dinner for all of us courtesy of Junior and TK). Such a lovely gesture by doing the reservations and all. It was my first time to eat in Ruby Tuesday but I heard a lot about it serving tasty premium ribs so I got excited too.

So..... going back to featuring Ruby Tuesday, you can book your preferred date and time with the seating capacity desired by calling 2892 0883. To reach the place, you can take the train to TST (Tsim Sha Tsui) then take Exit C1. It's almost across Din Tai Fung as it shares the same floor. They are open from Monday to Sunday from 11:30am to 10:30pm. Here is the array of food we had.

Spaghetti Bolognese for Round Round

1/2 slab Premium Barbecue Ribs
for everybody to share

Hamburger and fries - the serving is perfect
according to my brother-in-law

Mediterranean Shrimp Pasta was good for
2 people with big appetite; may share on

Remarkable for me was the ribs, nachos and TK's jumbo ruby drink. Once in a while, it's good to come here for a change of cuisine and if you have foreigner friends who are dying to have a break from all the Chinese food they have been taking in. As I have recommended this to my friend, Tin, she and her family had a great time as it was a good place to celebrate their wedding anniversary there too. The kids were not big eaters but they had their preferences and they ended up getting surprised with how much the servings were. They (the servings) were huge for Asians like me, I am not sure if it goes the same with that of the American's perception. Maybe it could be just right.

So much so for my review, I am one satisfied customer considering all the factors. Food, price, location, ambiance, - all a check.

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