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This well-known establishment is, probably, one of Hong Kong's best teahouses, serving a rich selection of delicious dim sum, alongside superb Chinese tea...
This simple restaurant serves a great variety of delicious dumplings and dim sum, as well as other Cantonese dishes. Prices are fairly low and the place is open daily, from morning till evening.
Owned by the famous Gaia group, this restaurant's main attraction is its huge outdoor terrace where you can dine alfresco, facing the lovely harbor views...
If you feel like a true, authentic Hong Kong style 'yum cha' experience than the good-old Lin Heung is a good choice... Do not expect to find elegance or romantic ambience here... It is just a simple place that has been serving scrumptious Dim sums and excellent Cantonese cuisine for years, at very good prices...
This fashionable café specializes in Mediterranean cuisine, with special focus on salads, pastas and seafood... There is a balcony seating area that offers gorgeous harbor views...
Macau is one of the only restaurant chains in Hong Kong that specializes in Macanese (Macau-style) cuisine. The restaurant does not have special décor or romantic atmosphere but the food is very good and the menu is diverse enough for everyone to find something he likes... If you are not planning to actually visit Macau, you may want to consider it...
Deli@Wellington is a very nice, New York-style deli, where you can indulge on a wide selection of delicious American, New York and international delicacies...
This simple Cantonese restaurant makes some of the best Won-ton in Hong Kong. Their food is great and the prices are very low... During lunch time the place is usually packed so you'll better avoid it...
Korea Garden has been serving decent, traditional Korean cuisine for the last twenty years or so... The interior décor is not likely to impress you, but the food is good and it comes in generous portions, with a nice selection of side dishes.
This popular restaurant has a beautiful, authentic Middle Eastern design that creates an atmosphere of a café in an Arab "souk"... The kitchen produces delicious Middle Eastern food with an emphasize on the Egyptian cuisine, but there are also dishes from other Middle Eastern countries
Assaf is a small, nice restaurant that serves fantastic Lebanese and Middle Eastern food. It has no million dollar design but it is pleasant and cozy and the food is great.
This simple place serves very good Cantonese seafood dishes. If you love lobsters than you should seriously consider it.
This eatery is famous for its excellent Won ton noodle dishes (some would say, the best in Hong Kong...)
After being around for the last 20 years, Tandoor still maintains its rank as one of Hong Kong's most favorite curry houses, equally popular among businessmen, residents and tourists...
Dumpling Yuan is a nice, simple eatery that specializes, as its name suggests, in delicious dumplings. It also offers some other nice dishes, mostly from the cuisine of Beijing.
Lotus is a very innovative and popular resto-bar that redefines Thai cuisine. The young and talented Australian chef who runs the place uses traditional Thai and Southeast Asian cuisines as a base from which he develops his scrumptious culinary adventures...
Yung Kee is an extremely popular, renowned and prized Cantonese restaurant, which serves the best Roast Goose in Hong Kong, if not in the whole world... Other than the famous goose, they serve a wide variety of splendid Cantonese cuisine
This restaurant serves excellent Sushi and Sashimi, as well as a variety of other fabulous Japanese specialties: from Tempura, via meat dishes, to their own innovative "house specials"...
Located along SoHo's steep Graham Street, this cute little cafe serves homestyle French and European bistro-fare in a pleasant and unpretentious environment and at good prices...
Sapporo specializes in 'Ramen': a Japanese dish of noodles which is served in broth, with a variety of toppings, such as sliced pork, chicken, seaweed and more... They also serve some other nice Japanese dishes, mostly rice-based.
This splendid restaurant specializes in contemporary Cantonese cuisine with an emphasize on fresh seafood. The place is beautifully designed in an elegant-modern style, combining western elements with Chinese motifs and arts. Big windows offer adorable harbor views and atmosphere is refined and elegant.
This chain of restaurants is extremely popular among local Hong Kongers and many of them would even go to the extend of ranking it as the best Cantonese cuisine in the territory.
Wanya specializes mostly in Teppanyaki and Sukiyaki dishes and offers quite a good selection of them.
Lei Garden is one of the best Chinese restaurant chains in Hong Kong and serves some of the best Dim-Sum in the city, alongside a wide choice of creative dishes that combine flavors from China's various regions. The philosophy here is to produce innovative, top quality Chinese cuisine that combines flavors from all the regions of China.
This sumptuous restaurant specializes in traditional Cantonese cuisine with a contemporary touch, and is one of the only Michelin three-star Chinese restaurants on earth.
This small and cozy restaurant serves delicious, authentic Italian food in a lovely environment, and specializes mainly in pastas and seafood.
Just like in any of Joel Robuchon's dining shrines, the contemporary French fare at this 2-Michelin Star Hong Kong restaurant is a true feast for the taste buds. Nestled within the glitzy "Landmark" in Central, L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon features a unique concept of seating around the open kitchen and watching the chefs in action.
Located at the classic Mandarin Oriental hotel, this fantastic Cake shop is considered one of the best in Hong Kong.
La Rose Noir serves a great selection of scrumptious, freshly baked croissants, Danish, muffins, scones, savouries, Bagels and the likes...
Headed by Dutch chef Richard Ekkebus, this remarkable two Michelin stars restaurant serves the best of the best of modern French cuisine in an elegant and somewhat romantic ambience.
If you feel like having a nice coffee break or a light meal, Pret a Manger is quite a good option.
Grissini is one of Hong Kong's finest Italian restaurants. Elegant, classic-contemporary design with opulent wood and floor to ceiling windows that offer fantastic, panoramic views to the harbor.
This simple and friendly restaurant serves great Thai food at a reasonable price. There is no million dollar glittering design 'round here but the atmosphere is lovely and makes you feel at home.
Specializing in traditional, North-Italian cuisine, luxurious Nicholini's is one of Hong Kong's best Italian restaurants...
Popular Sen-ryo always has a long queue in front of its door (especially around lunch time) and that is, already, a good sign...
The combination of über innovative dishes, very fresh ingredients and some fantastic Japanese home-style cuisine, creates a winning formula that will make you feel happy for making Sushi Kuu your dinner destination...
With outlets all over Hong Kong, Canada's well known burger-restaurant-chain is among the only places where you can get a fairly decent burger without digging too deep into your pocket...
With three restaurants across Hong Kong, Shake 'em Buns serves great burgers at reasonable prices. There are also Hot dogs, Onion rings and a salad or two on the menu, but the burgers are the real thing... juicy, succulent and filling.
Fantastic Italian restaurant with classic design that resembles Fellini's time Italy. The atmosphere is romantic and you can dine inside or 'alfresco'...
This simple, nice restaurant specializes in the cuisine of Singapore... Here you can enjoy Chili Crab, Hainanese chicken rice, Laksa and other delicacies that feature the ethnic diversity of this tiny multicultural country...
As its name denotes, this up class restaurant emphasizes on the use of top quality imported wagyu beef from Australia, although the extensive menu has plenty to offer to non-beefeaters... (Including a special breakfast menu for early risers)
This well-known culinary institution serves familiar international specialties in an elegant and refined environment...
Mezz serves fine Italian-international cuisine with a contemporary twist... Modern-elegant setting, with bright-white walls, clean lines and light wood parquet creates the feeling of a large space...
Located within the sumptuous Four Seasons hotel, this prestigious restaurant offers an unbeatable combination of beautiful design, gorgeous harbor views, lovely atmosphere and, above all, Superb French cuisine with a lighter touch...
As its name suggests, this excellent restaurant specializes in seafood... a wide selection of fresh, top quality seafood, alongside a variety of salads, pastas and meat dishes...
Sammy's kitchen has been serving a wide range of scrumptious European-style grilled meats and roasts for more than thirty five years...
Hunan Garden is one of Hong Kong's most recognized institution for delicious Hunan cuisine.
As its name denotes, this small and simple restaurant specializes in delicious curries and it does have a wide selection of them. The price is reasonable, service is friendly and the little place is usually packed during lunch time.
If there is anything to the saying that "location is everything" - G Bar is the living proof! The gorgeous views of Victoria Harbour and the cityscape, are really the main draw...
Perched at the penthouse level of Prince's Building, The "terrace" at Sevva provides some of the most magnificent cityscape views Hong Kong has to offer
Café Landmark specializes in contemporary-international cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as snacks, light meals and drinks...
This excellent restaurant is very popular among Central's white collars and businessmen, so you'll better book ahead if you plan to come here for lunch (dinner is less busy).
Almost hidden on little Gough Street, this small and humble corner shop has long established itself as one of Hong Kong's top culinary icons, thanks to its legendary Beef Brisket, which keeps on drawing customers from far and wide...
For delicious Cantonese noodle, hardly anyone can compete with good-old Wong Chi Kee. The founder of this eatery, Wong Wun Chi, learned the secrets of noodles-making from a master in Canton, back in the 1940s and opened his humble restaurant in Macau almost 50 years ago...
This tiny private-kitchen restaurant serves some of the best traditional Cantonese cuisine in Hong Kong.
For a true Hong Kong style Cha Chaan Teng (teahouse-café), hardly anyone can beat this 50 years old institution...
Honolulu is another Hong Kong icon... This 1950s style Cha Chaan Teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) has been around for yonks, and many Hong Kongers have happy childhood memories from here...
This is a small, intimate, private kitchen style restaurant that serves fabulous Szechwan cuisine in a very nice atmosphere... it's owned by a couple of artists: the husband is responsible for the interior décor and the paintings, while the wife is in charge of the lovely food and the after-dinner performance
Although this old eatery looks a bit shabby and rundown, it is still considered as one of the best places for Chiu Chow food in Hong Kong and is frequented by local celebs, politicians, businessmen and curious visitors...
This large and always busy restaurant can be described as something between a cha chaan teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) and a western diner, and although there is nothing 'atmospheric' about it, the food is quite good, the portions are fairly large and the prices are reasonable...
As its name denotes, this smallish SoHo café specializes in soup... Hearty, wholesome soups that are both creative and scrumptious are served together with freshly baked breads
The Mandarin Oriental's legendary lounge is possibly where Hong Kong's best and most popular High Tea Buffet can be enjoyed.
Headed by Chef Nelson Chui, who combines his Hong Kong roots and French-Italian culinary education, Harlan's is one of Hong Kong's most popular prestigious restaurants...
This relatively new wine-bar has a unique concept that allows patrons to try different quality wines from around the world, without having to mortgage their home first and without having to get drunk...
Praised as the world's cheapest one-Michelin-star restaurant, Tim Ho Wan is certainly one of the best places in Hong Kong to enjoy sensationally tasty dim sum at unbelievably affordable prices.
Although its location is slightly out of the way for tourists, San Xi Lou serves fantastic Szechuan food that makes up for the extra five minutes walk...
Maxim's Palace City Hall is an extremely popular restaurant that serves some of the best dim-sum and dumplings in Hong Kong, in a real "old Hong Kong" setting, with white tablecloths, chandeliers, and authentic dim-sum trolleys…
Occupying the top three floors of the old Bank of China Building in Central, China Club is a 1930s Shanghai themed resto-club, that serves superb Chinese food in an ultra-pleasant ambience.