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This is one of the only restaurants in Hong Kong that specializes in the North Chinese cuisine of Manchuria. This cuisine combines Chinese and Russian influences and the results are pleasantly surprising.
This lovely Spanish restaurant offers fabulous food, as well as a fantastic atmosphere that is both elegant and romantic, yet relaxed and informal...
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...
La Pampa imports its top quality beef directly from Argentina, and the results speak for themselves... Beautiful design with wooden floor and ceiling resembles an inn, somewhere in the prairies of Argentina.
Located right next to the escalator and considered as one of Hong Kong's best places to see and to be seen... The menu consists of familiar international dishes, with touches of the Mediterranean cuisine...
This popular restaurant is a great place to see and to be seen, or just to have a drink and watch the world goes by... The menu boasts familiar dishes, such as ribs, burgers, salads and the likes...
Located in trendy SoHo, this cute, little brasserie serves beautiful French cuisine at reasonable prices...
Archie B's is one of the only places in Hong Kong that can be described as a true 'New York style Deli'. It serves an excellent variety of the Big Apple's delicacies, including American food, as well as all those Jewish specialties that can be found in New York's deli shops...
This trendy resto-bar is one of SoHo's most popular venues. The atmosphere is truly great and you can either enjoy your wine and tapas-style appetizers on the bar or seat down for dinner in the lovely terrace-like dinning area, at the back. The kitchen specializes in authentic Italian cuisine with a modern touch...
Flying Pan is one of Hong Kong's best places for a generous, delicious "all day breakfast". The restaurant is open 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Design is simple, modern style with plenty of blue and the atmosphere is very nice...
Jashan is a very good Indian restaurant with rich and diversified menu that features a wide selection of seafood, lamb, chicken and vegetarian dishes... Everybody can find something to suit his or her palate...
This small and lovely restaurant serves Nepalese cuisine at its best, with dishes from every corner of the mountainous Himalayian country.
The Press Room is a modern interpretation for the classic French Brasserie.... Warm and homey on one hand, modern and stylish on the other hand... The owners philosophy is "to serve simple food made from the finest ingredients, served in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere..." and the results are, indeed, very pleasing.
Owned by Lau Kin Wai, the famous Hong Kong gastronome that created Kin's Kitchen and Da Ping Huo, this small and highly praised restaurant serves fantastic Sichuan and Shanghainese food in pleasant surroundings, and is actually considered as one of SoHo's best eating places...
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...
Trendy Dozo serves a wide selection of excellent Sushi and Sashimi, alongside some other Japanese fare and a good choice of Sake' and other alcoholic drinks. Not bad for lunch or informal dinner, but do not expect any awe-inspiring ambience...
I Caramba is a great resto-bar, serving a rich and diversified choice of mouthwatering Mexican foods: Burritos, Nachos, Enchiladas, Fajitas and more... They've got an unbelievable selection of chilies, some are seriously hot... Impressive stock of Margaritas, Tequilas, Mexican beers and international drinks and wines.
This fantastic restaurant specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. Focus is given to Italian dishes but you can also enjoy delicacies of other Mediterranean cuisines, like Spanish 'Tapas' and more... As expected, they also stock a good selection of international wines.
Excellent restaurant and wine bar in the SoHo, right next to the escalator. They specialize in contemporary Mediterranean cuisine and the menu features a good variety of light dishes, such as salads, pastas, cold platters and more...
Considered as one of Hong Kong's best jazz clubs. Live shows of both local and international artists are held every Friday and Saturday night.
It's a great place to have a drink with friends, enjoy a light meal or just have a casual evening out... They have lots of interesting activities going on... Ladies' night, Poetry reading evenings, Movie night, Dancing music, live band, and so on...
Named after the famous cross-Mediterranean wind, this lovely restaurant actually represents most of the Mediterranean cuisines... From Italian antipasti to Lebanese 'Mezze' and from Spanish 'tapas' to North African Tajine and Cous-cous...
This excellent Irish pub serves great food, alongside a huge selection of beers, ales and spirits... Cuisine is British-International and the menu includes the good old burgers, pies, Fish and Chips, roasts and the likes...
Orange tree is a superb Dutch-International restaurant with an intimate-exclusive design and refined ambience... ... Works well for a romantic evening or a quiet meal...
Part of a small chain with four branches around Hong Kong, Fat Angelo's serves generous portions of delicious Italian food in a nice environment...
Daddyos is the closest thing to the classic New York style American - Italian diner, where you can enjoy hearty and delicious food in a pleasant yet unpretentious environment and without paying through your nose
Al Dente specializes in traditional, home-style Italian cooking...
This relatively small restaurant takes the traditional hamburger to new heights, using all sorts of creative innovations like Foie gras and top quality imported beef, to create a serious of "gourmet burgers..."
Strategically located near the corner of Peel, Elgin and Staunton, right in the middle of hip SoHo, this contemporary tapas & wine bar is a good place to unwind after a long day in the city and enjoy some good wines and tapas, while watching life on the street go by...
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.
The Hong Kong offshoots of this well known British Pizza-restaurants-chain serve decent pizza and some other Italian fare, in fairly nice surroundings and at relatively affordable prices.
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 a true Hong Kong style Cha Chaan Teng (teahouse-café), hardly anyone can beat this 50 years old institution...
Small and lovely SoHo-style Thai bistro... The dinning hall, designed in a combination of western and Thai styles, is opened to the street, as well as to the patio at the back. Staff are very nice, ambience is relaxed and easy going and, during the evening, when the lights are dimmed, it is even quite romantic...
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
Named after the Fagara (Sichuan peppercorn), Szechuan cuisine's most common ingredient, which is famous for the pleasant tingling numbness it leaves on the tongue... This is a small and lovely restaurant that specializes in authentic Szechuan cuisine.
Alfredo is a simple, nice restaurant that serves good Italian food, alongside an array of international dishes. It is not a very big place but the atmosphere is fairly pleasant and the food is good, diverse and reasonably priced...
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
El Taco Loco is a great Mexican café with cheerful design, nice ambience and a wide selection of scrumptious Mexican delicacies at a very affordable price...
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...