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Hong Kong - Wanchai / Admiralty

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...
Secret Garden specializes in traditional Korean cuisine... with an extensive menu that presents the expected choice of Korean BBQs, alongside pot dishes, seafood specialties and other delicacies...
Ebeneezer's is one of the best places to eat a Kebab in Hong Kong. The small outlets have no special design or ambience but they are clean, nice and serve excellent food at a reasonable price, day and night...
This excellent restaurant has been opened for the last forty years and became a distinctive Hong Kong culinary institution... Despite of its name, it specializes in Chinese-Pekinese cuisine.
This rather simple restaurant serves good selection of scrumptious Turkish kebabs, alongside some other Turkish delicacies (such as their own Turkish pizza).
This small restaurant specializes in hearty, home-cooked style French cuisine. Homey, intimate and relaxed atmosphere and good French food that is quite different from the sophisticated cuisine you will get at the extravagant hotel restaurants...
La Fleur is a lovely bistro that specializes in traditional French cuisine...
Dan Ryan's serves American cuisine at its best. The menu warns you : 'we serve American size portions' and they are serious about it... Large portions of juicy, delicious, cholesterol rich American food...
This lovely French bistro comprises three different dinning areas: The outdoor terrace where lunch, afternoon tea and light meals are served. The wine bar, and the dinning hall, where you can enjoy your meal in a nice, cozy bistro environment...
This simple eatery serves some excellent Cantonese and Chinese BBQ dishes. It's always busy so you are likely to queue for a while and, possibly, to share a table with others...
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...
Prawn noodle shop is a very popular southeast Asian food joint and, as its name suggests, this small and excellent eatery specializes mainly in Prawn noodle soup...
This popular bar has a beautiful, 1960s American style design, combined with modern elements... The kitchen prepares delicious, western style food and there are plenty of 'special offers' and 'Happy hour deals', and good 1980s dancing music...
The chef here takes the familiar dishes of Mexico and southern US and gives them a "modern twist...". There is also an excellent bar with an endless selection of Margaritas and Tequilas, good music and great atmosphere...
This restaurant serves excellent, inexpensive Chinese seafood dishes (mostly Cantonese cuisine). Not much in the way of décor or special atmosphere... Just a good, simple eatery.
Khana Khazana serves an extensive selection of lovely vegetarian dishes and while it specializes in South-Indian cuisine, you can also find lots of international delicacies to suit everybody's palate...
Of America's restaurant chains, Ruth's Chris of Louisiana is considered as one of the most exclusive... Classic, yet pleasant and homey, with a menu that features some of the best steaks you can get in Hong Kong...
Metropolitan Cafe is an excellent all-day-dinning place, very popular among both visitors and locals... Good choice of salads, pastas, rotisserie meats, breakfasts, sandwiches 'quesadillas' and what not...
This simple Chinese eatery is well-known for its Curry pork chop with rice and its Stir-fried flat rice vermicelli with beef .
Alongside Ritz Carlton's Toscana, Grand Hyatt's Grissini, InterContinental's Spoon and Peninsula's Gaddi's, this is one of Hong Kong's best hotel restaurants and an internationally-known French gourmet institution...
Other than its beautiful 'Aussie-outback décor', which includes plenty of wood and Aborigine artifacts on the walls, I'm not sure how 'authentic Australian' this restaurant is... However, authentic or not, Outback steakhouse serves good food in a nice environment...
Located in Wanchai's bars zone, The Bridge is a nice resto-pub that stays open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year... Other than good food and drinks 24 hours a day, it makes a 'decent alternative' for those who want to avoid Wanchai's numerous 'girlie bars'...
Hidden on the twelfth floor of a Wanchai building, Le Marron is a private-kitchen type restaurant that serves lovely French and International cuisine in very nice surroundings...
After being around for almost twenty years, Curry Pot still serves some of the best Indian food around Wanchai, in a pleasant ambience and at good prices.
Housed within at the architecturally impressive Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, this award-winning restaurant (Michelin featured)serves some of the best Cantonese cuisine in Wanchai area, if not in the whole of Hong Kong. The place is beautifully designed in an elegant way and the huge, floor to ceiling windows offer stunning harbor views.
This excellent restaurant specializes in Cantonese cuisine and is well-known for its splendid Dim-sums, considered to be among the best in Hong Kong.
This well-known restaurant serves excellent Cantonese cuisine in a pleasant environment. The fairly spacious dinning hall is bright and elegantly designed, using mainly light colors of cream and beige, and without any unnecessary kitsch...
Hui Lau Shan is an extremely popular local chain of dessert shops, that serves refreshing Chinese-style desserts and healthy drinks, particularly mango-based puddings that come in all sorts of creative types and styles...
Café Zambra offers a wide selection of good quality coffees, as well as pastries, sandwiches and light meals. Ambience is pretty nice and there is an open balcony.
This excellent restaurant specializes in Cantonese cuisine, with emphasize on seafood. Simple, elegant design, dominated by bright-light colors. Not much in the way of ambience though... Just a place to have a delicious meal with family or friends.
Located within The Museum of Tea Ware, in the magnificent Hong Kong Park, this lovely teashop provides more than 100 kinds of tea, as well as a good selection of delicious vegetarian dim-sums...
Those of you who love Tequila wouldn't like to miss this bar, named after the "Agave" plant from which the famous Mexican spirit is distilled...
Delaney's operates a few good Irish pubs around Hong Kong, including the famous Dublin Jack in LKF...
A modern-young design and nice ambience, good variety of salads, sandwiches, pastries, all day breakfasts, fresh juices and more...
Skitz is one of Wanchai's favorite night spots. International sport events are broadcasted on the large plasma screens and there are Billiard tables, Darts and other social games...
This restaurant serves some of the best Chiu Chow cuisine in Hong Kong.
this casual, down to earth restaurant serves some of the best Thai food you can get in Hong Kong...
This fantastic Thai restaurant serves its fabulous food in a beautiful surrounding, with plenty of authentic Thai sculptures, paintings and art...
This small restaurant serves some of the best Malay food in Hong Kong and it is, therefore, always busy... People are sometimes waiting for a table even at a late evening hour...
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...
After being around for thirty years, Matsubishi serves solid good Japanese fare in pleasant surroundings and at relatively sane prices...
Marriott Café offers a fabulous all-day-dinning experience, with a menu that features international, Asian and Cantonese dishes with a strong emphasize on seafood...
Cinta-J serves excellent, traditional Philippine and Indonesian cuisine. Other than great food and good service, they also have a well-stocked bar and live entertainment, to complement the dinning experience...
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.
This splendid café serves a wide variety of delicacies in a very pleasant ambience... Specifically recommended for coffee or tea, with a good selection of scrumptious, freshly prepared pastries, cakes, sandwiches and light meals...
Johnny Boyz specializes in seafood and serves a wide selection of fresh oysters from all around the world... Alongside seafood and oysters, there is also a good choice of succulent steaks and grilled-meat specialties...
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...
A good selection of tasty light dishes, both Chinese and western are served in this little café...
This sumptuous restaurant specializes in traditional Italian cuisine with a modern touch...Elegant and romantic ambience, complemented by marvelous views of Victoria harbor.
This popular restaurant serves good Italian food in a pleasant environment. Ambience is relaxed and nice and there is an outdoor dinning area, for those of you who want to have their meal 'alfresco'.
Pumpernickel is famous for its fresh, home-made breads and bakery products, as well as for its delicious Italian food (especially pastas).
Occupying a three-floors historic building on Wanchai's Johnston Road, where a pawn shop once existed, The Pawn features a Bar, Lounge and Restaurant under one roof...
If you feel like having a nice coffee break or a light meal, Pret a Manger is quite a good option.
One of the best Thai restaurants in Hong Kong, specializing in traditional Thai cuisine with a modern-western touch... Atmosphere is pleasant and relaxed and the extensive menu features a wide selection of exotic dishes, to suit everybody's taste...
Al Dente specializes in traditional, home-style Italian cooking...
Located within Pacific place, Grappa's specializes in traditional, home-style Italian cuisine... Elegant, Italian-trattoria design...
Often abbreviated as JBs, this is one of Wanchai's most popular venues. It has been there for more than twenty years and still "ticks" vigorously...
San San Trois specializes in modern fusion cuisine, serving Japanese style with a French flair. The environment is pleasant, elegant and intimate, and the lovely dinning experience is complemented with beautiful views of the Victoria Harbor.
A great place for a night out... Great selection of wines and spirits, good food (mostly Mediterranean) at reasonable prices, good music and party atmosphere...
As its name suggests, Lobster Bar specializes mostly in seafood and lobsters, and those arrive to its kitchen from all over the world... Those of you who are not fond of seafood can enjoy the fabulous Grill specialties...
Shiki is a small restaurant that serves good Japanese and western cuisine in a pleasant environment... It's a good place to have an evening out with good friends but it's usually packed during lunchtime...
Trendy Ramas Greens serves excellent Nouvelle cuisine in a fairly comfortable and relaxed environment.
Ye Shanghai brings up the glamour of the vibrant Chinese metropolis both in terms of food, environment and atmosphere... While they retain the flavors of traditional Shanghainese cooking, they give it a modern, healthier twist...
Prawn noodle shop is a very popular southeast Asian food joint and, as its name suggests, the small, excellent eatery specializes mainly in Prawn noodle soup
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.
This small family-run restaurant serves what must be some of the most authentic Portuguese food you can get in Hong Kong (without having to cross the water to Macau... )
Antipasto serves lovely Italian fare in a pleasant and somewhat cozy ambience, and at relatively good prices.
Fantastic Chiu Chow style noodle-dishes are the main draw here... Fish-Ball, Beef-Ball, Squid Ball, Beef Brisket... you name it... All are really delicious and come in a fabulous broth... Deep Fried Fish Skin is also worth a try.
This Wanchai culinary institution has been serving delicious dim sum for the last 60 years or so, and is still as good and as popular as ever before...
Fook Lam Moon is another Hong Kong culinary legend. Using top quality ingredients is what this restaurant is best known for and, indeed, their "unique dishes" are considered among the best in Hong Kong... Especially the Shark's fin and the Abalone...
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...
Michelin-featured 'Fu Sing' serves some outstanding dim sum and Cantonese fare in an elegant and hushed environment, and are said to have the best BBQ Pork all over Hong Kong.
This small restaurant specializes in hearty homemade noodles, and is best known for its Braised beef noodles (which, some would say, are the best in Hong Kong...)
If you want to enjoy a nice breakfast or afternoon tea, the way the locals do, than this small and unpretentious café should be part of your dining itinerary.
Victoria Harbour serves some of the most delicious dim sum specialties in Hong Kong, in a nice surroundings and at a reasonable price...
The word Tiffin means "a light midday meal" and, indeed, this is what the beautiful lounge at the Grand Hyatt is best known for... Other than the outstanding High Tea, the Tiffin Lounge serves what is possibly the best Dessert Buffet in Hong Kong.
Don't be mistaken by the name: Although this small place does serve a great selection of exotic and scrumptious desserts, it specializes in modern Asian fusion cuisine.
This Michelin awarded resto-bar is the new reincarnation of the 1/5 lounge-bar: previously one of Hong Kong's best places to see and to be seen...
While at first glance Le Menu may look like nothing more than just another hotel buffet restaurant, it does serve a very good buffet-spread at a sane price, which means it's a place worth knowing about...
This Happy Valley restaurant is a real Hong Kong institution, serving a variety of fresh and delicious dim sums at affordable prices and in a reasonably pleasant setting.
For those who love good food and plenty of it, Café Renaissance is well worth considering: This spacious buffet-restaurant boasts one of the best buffet-spreads around this part of Hong Kong, which makes it a real gourmand's paradise...
This artisan chocolatier has made a name for itself for producing unique "seasonal chocolates", with fresh and natural ingredients that give an "East Asian twist" to these classical European delights...
Dap JP wine dine serves superb food that can be described as a modern fusion between Japanese and European cuisines...
As far as breathtaking views are concerned, Hong Kong's only revolving restaurant definitely lives up to the expectations...
As it's name denotes, Spoil Café is all about spoiling the customers with luscious, chocolate-rich cakes and other goodies, although this tiny café has a lot more to offer than just gorgeous desserts...
For authentic, delicious Shanghainese food, hardly anyone can beat good old Hong Kong Lao Shang Hai... They have been around for who knows how many years and are still as good and popular as ever...
Located at the lobby level of the swanky Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Grand Café offers informal all-day dining in a fairly stylish and pleasant surroundings, and currently boasts what must be one of Hong Kong's best dinner buffets.
Liu Yuan Pavilion serves top notch authentic Shanghainese fare in an elegant surroundings that does not resemble the average Chinese eatery...
Imagine a restaurant where the chairs are actually toilets, and brownish stews and hotpots are served to the table in bidet looking dishes... Sounds appetizing? Apparently some people think it does... at least as a one off 'gimmick' experience...