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american, blue butcher bar & restaurant
A New-York themed restaurant, Blue Butcher specializes in excellent meat selections and stunning preparation. This venue is also famous for its cocktails.
a: 108 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2613 9286
british, brick lane
Bricklane Gallery Restaurant and Bar is a little hideaway that resemble London’s East End with its exposed brick walls. Offering quintessential British treat, you will indulge in the creative thought and interesting flavors behind each dish.
a: Shop 404, 4/F, Citic Tower, 1 Tim Mei Avenue, Admiralty, Hong Kong
t: +852 2363 2500
a: G/F, 17-23 Minden Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 2721 0628
a: G/F, 2 Blenheim Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 2736 8893
british, the pawn
The Pawn occupies a space that used to be a row of four-tenement house. It serves lunch and dinner with a daily changing menu of modern British fare curated by executive chef David Tamlyn.
a: 2/F, 62 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2866 3444
british, the salted pig
The Salted Pig’s menu, as the name suggests, embraces all that is pork, along with other fresh, seasonal ingredients cooked with an emphasis on family-style, affordable dining. Set in a traditional English-style farmhouse atmosphere filled with subtle background music, it creates a natural and cozy ambiance for relaxed meals and fun gatherings.
a: G/F, No. 1 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 2367 0990
chinese, qi house of sichuan
Serving up fiery Sichuan cuisine in a modern and clean setting, Qi is a great spot to share a meal with your chili loving friends. The menu indicates whether the dishes are spicy and/or mala (numbing from the Sichuan peppercorns), vegetarian or signature. One of Qi's superb signature is the ginger beef.
a: Shop 12, 2/F, J Senses, 60 Johnson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2527 7117
It offers you a taste of Modern European dining with fresh breads, fresh salads and fresh pastries. This casual spot boasts Mediterranean spices with a sumptuous range of hot meats, vibrant salads and brunch classics. It's a perfect place for a proper sit-down dinner after work.
a: G/F, L Place, 139 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2399 0737
french, la vache
La Vache! is a Parisian steakhouse on Peel Street, Soho. The menu is simple — house-baked baguettes with a classic salad, steak frites and a dessert cart full of traditional French pastries including meringues with crème anglaise and Mille Feuille. It is a big hit for steak maniacs.
a: 48 Peel Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2880 0248
french, l'atelier de joël robuchon
Awarded three Michelin stars for two consecutive years by the Michelin Guide, L’Atelier is designed with a circular bar enveloping an open kitchen, allowing customers to witness all aspects of cooking, from food preparation to the plating of dishes.
a: Shop 401, 4/F, Landmark Atrium, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2166 9000
french, spoon by alain ducasse
2-Michelin Star SPOON by Alain Ducasse features contemporary French cuisine inspired by Alain Ducasse, one of the world’s most celebrated chefs. It offers exciting combination of cuisine, décor, and service with stunning views of Victoria Harbour.
indian, bombay dreams
Created by renowned Indian chefs direct from their home country, Bombay Dreams present authentic Indian cuisine in a style that has established it as truly fine dining – Indian style! Exotic desserts are a feature.
a: 4/F, 77 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2971 0001
italian, il milione
Il Milione is a new posh destination for an intimate dinner and some evening chill-out time. The food menu here is authentically Umbrian, meaning an abundance of meat dishes cooked with herbs, served alongside fine Italian wines, spirits and innovative cocktails.
a: G16-21, G/F, Hutchinson House, 10 Harcourt Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2481 1120
Located on the 10th floor of L Place in Central, L'altro is the place to go for a sophisticated dining experience. The restaurant recently earned a Michelin star thanks to chef Philippe Leveille's stellar menu of fine Italian made with French finesse.
a: 10/F The L Place, 139 Queen's Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2555 9100
Kyo-Shun brings Kyoto fine dining to Hong Kong, highlighting a selection of Kaiseki dishes and Kyoto hot pot rice for Japanese cuisine enthusiasts. A open kitchen allows guests to admire master chefs preparing the specialty cuisine, famed for its simmering bowls of Softened Bean-curd and Bean-curd Sheet in soup.
a: The One, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 2253 7111
Lovers of chicken flock here for the finger-licking yakitori of chicken oyster, liver, neck, heart and tail. Besides chicken and skewers, the other sumptuous dishes are equally worth the hype, as are the cocktails
a: 33-35 Bridges Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
t: +852 2547 9273
korean, mix & rice
This tiny restaurant offers up a tasty selection of classic Korean fare. With a causal dining environment, this unpretentious eatery is great for a delicious meal with friends. The menu has added an interesting twist to the classic mixed rice dish bibimba and offers a crispy Korean fried chicken which comes with spicy sauce and a sprinkling of crushed peanuts on top.
a: Shop C, G/F, South Sea Apartments, 81 Chatham Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 2761 9618
spanish, 22 ships
22 Ships offers a menu of modern Spanish tapas created by Michelin Star Chef Jason Atherton of Pollen Street Social fame. All tapas served in a buzzy yet relaxed setting, and a dynamic list of wines, spirits and Spanish beers.
a: G/F, 22 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2555 0722
For those looking for a more avant-garde dining experience, head over to Zurriola which offers Spanish dishes with rustic flair and sophisticated flavours. Guests can soak in the panoramic views of Victoria Harbour while dining on a menu with seasonal items.
a: Level 18, The One, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 2253 7111
swiss, the swiss chalet
Swiss Chalet offers traditional Swiss cuisine. The cheese fondue, which includes Gruyer, Emmental, Lamdenberger and Vacherin cheese is not to be missed. It's a hot option in Winter. Remember to call and reserve a table in advance.
a: 12-14 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
t: +852 2191 9197
Courtesy of chef Adam Cliff, a protégé of Nahm’s David Thompson, Chachawan serves up fare from the northestern Thai province of Issan. Issan’s food is simple and clean, inspired by Thai street food and allowing basic ingredients, like grilled meats and raw vegetables, to shine. Something new and worth to try.
a: 206 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2549 0020
vegetarian, grassroots pantry
Grassroots Pantry is a boutique café down a quiet little street in Sai Ying Pun, dedicated to serving wholesome and nutritious homemadeplant-based dishes, inspired by cuisines from all over the world.It also offers culinary classes and workshops taught by specialists in the field. There is also a gorgeous space on the second floor that can be rented out for private parties.
a: Grassroots Pantry, 12 Fuk Sau Lane, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
t: +852 2873 3353
vegetarian, the herbivores
Nestled in the overwhelming cornucopia of Soho restaurants, The Herbivores is designed with a homely and cosy décor and offers healthy, imaginative vegetarian cuisine that will surprise you.
a: G/F, 35 Staunton Street, SOHO, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2613 2909
vietnamese, an nam
A modern blend of French and Vietnamese style, it's designed with turquoise interiors, ceramic tiled floor and antique furnishings that speak of times long past in Vietnam’s history.It offers a wide variety of Vietnamese cuisine including rare appetizers from the ancient royal region of Hué, traditional seafood delicacies from the South and Northern-style barbecue roasted meats. It could satisfy all of your cravings with an upscale and authentic Vietnamese dining experience.
a: 4/F, Lee Gardens One, 33 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
t: +852 2787 3922
vietnamese, chom chom
Taking inspiration from Vietnam’s Bia Hoi (draft beer) culture, it offers a “casual neighborhood hangout” that gives off a casual and fun atmosphere and Vietnamese favorites with a twist. VFC chicken wings, which are fried crispy and balanced with Vietnamese spices, is a must try dish.
a: 58 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2810 0850
Authentic Vietnamese restaurant opened by two French – Vietnamese, wanting to bring their childhood favorites to food lovers in Shanghai.
a: 678 Shannxi Bei Lu (Near Wuding Lu)
t: +86 21 6135 0150
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