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Hong Kong - Wanchai / Admiralty - European & Intercontinental

Pumpernickel is famous for its fresh, home-made breads and bakery products, as well as for its delicious Italian food (especially pastas).
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...
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...
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...
La Fleur is a lovely bistro that specializes in traditional French cuisine...
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...
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...
As far as breathtaking views are concerned, Hong Kong's only revolving restaurant definitely lives up to the expectations...
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...
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...
Dap JP wine dine serves superb food that can be described as a modern fusion between Japanese and European cuisines...
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...
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... )
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.
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...