From Michelin-starred to fusion cuisine, Hong Kong is never short of fine dining experience and proposes some of the best restaurants in the region. Whether it’s someone’s birthday, a festive holiday, or a sentimental anniversary, the city offers a large choice of eateries, you can literally find all types of cuisine and is even home of 78 Michelin-Starred restaurants. In the SAR, the culinary realm is always buzzing with exciting new dining spots joining the scene, and if you’re looking for fine dining experience, you’ve found the right page.

From iconic and historic establishments to remarkable newcomers, get ready to indulge and immerse yourself in an exceptional dining experience, with our carefully curated line-up of 10 fine dining destinations.

Amber

entrance of amber, the contemporary french restaurant at the landmark mandarin oriental hotel in central
Amber is a renowned contemporary French restaurant situated in the heart of Central (© The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong)

With an impressive 15-year streak of two Michelin-stars and The Michelin Green Star since 2022, Amber has become a beacon of the local fine dining scene. Led by Culinary Director Richard Ekkebus, Amber embraces sustainability and innovation, blending classical French techniques with consciously sourced ingredients to create its unique dairy- and gluten-free offerings. Set in a beautifully designed dining room, this fine dining gem continues to challenge the status quo of fine dining and push the boundaries of responsible contemporary cuisine.

7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central | +852 2132 0066

CHAAT

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CHAAT is a contemporary Indian restaurant located at the luxurious Rosewood Hotel (© Rosewood Hong Kong)

Drawing inspiration from the bustling streets of Mumbai, Kolkata, and New Delhi, CHAAT, which means “to lick” in Hindi, brings a reimagination of authentic flavours in a contemporary setting. From the enchanting aroma of slow-cooked curries to the bold flavours of irresistible biryani, Chef Manav Tuli elevates classic Indian street food to new heights. With its stylish mid-century modern decor and breathtaking harbour views, don’t forget to pair your meal with their signature cocktails inspired by the regions of India.

5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 3891 8732

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Gaddi’s

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Gaddi’s brings an old-school charm to its grand dining room (© The Peninsula Hong Kong)

Since 1953, Gaddi’s has been delighting diners with its Michelin-starred French gastronomy and timeless charm. The lavish dining room adorned with sparkling crystal chandeliers and ornate mirrors, perfectly complementing Chef Albin Gobil’s signature dishes such as the traditional foie gras terrine and tartare de bœuf, as well as Anjou pigeon and Langue de veau. Enhance your dining experience with wine pairings and immerse yourself in the old-school sophistication at the historic The Peninsula.

1/F, The Peninsula Hong Kong, 22 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 2696 6763

Kaen Teppanyaki

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Kaen Teppanyaki is one of the latest addition to the new dining complex FORTY-FIVE (© Kaen Teppanyaki)

Located at FORTY-FIVE, Central’s latest multi-concept complex in Landmark, Kaen Teppanyaki offers a captivating Japanese grill experience with its open kitchen and breathtaking city views. The menu features the finest traceable Wagyu cuts, as well as seasonal seafood and vegetables flown in daily from Japan and Europe. The main teppan counter allows diners to watch the talented team, including Chef Yoshiyuki Sato, showcase their expertise on the grill, or book their private dining rooms for intimate occasions. End your evening with a drink at the new sky bar Cardinal Point.

Forty-Five, Gloucester Tower, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central | +852 2155 9191

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KILO steakhouse

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KILO Steakhouse serves the finest cuts of meat with a backdrop of the stunning Hong Kong skyline (© KILO Steakhouse)

Presented by Octavo Management, KILO Steakhouse is the latest addition to the culinary scene at K11 Musea. Headed by the acclaimed Chef Nathan Green, formerly at REX Wine & Grill and HENRY, the American Steakhouse offers a delectable selection of grain-fed and grass-fed meats, including the exceptional Kuro M7+ grain-fed American Wagyu tenderloin, alongside an array of seafood and accompaniments. Indulge in the finest cuts of meat against the backdrop of breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour.

Shop 602, 6/F, K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 2155 4855

MOSU

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MOSU Hong Kong is the sister outpost of Michelin-starred MOSU Seoul (© Mosu)

Nestled within the global visual art museum M+ in West Kowloon, MOSU, the exquisite modern Korean restaurant is an offshoot of the renowned three MICHELIN-starred MOSU Seoul. Inspired by the vibrant cosmos flower of his childhood, Chef Sung Anh and his talented team offers a daily changing tasting menu that celebrates the freshest seasonal ingredients and showcases the innovative flavors of Seoul. The sought-after spot features a minimalist yet artfully design and the panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline.

3/F, M+ Tower, 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District | +852 2398 0291

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Niras

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Niras is the brainchild of Le Du, the famed restaurant from Bangkok (© Niras)

Niras is a highly anticipated modern Thai restaurant located in Tsim Sha Tsui’s K11 Musea and the brainchild of acclaimed Chef Thitid Ton Tassanakajohn and his partner Rungroj Tao Ingudananda, the masterminds behind Bangkok’s award-winning restaurant Le Du. The team brings the same extraordinary menu that earned its Michelin star and the top spot in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants at their first international venture in Hong Kong. Chef Ton’s innovative dishes are inspired by the traditional Thai poetry of “nirat,” elevating the authentic Thai flavours with modern French-European techniques.

Shop 704, 7/F, K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 3905 3022

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The Chairman

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If you’re looking for traditional Cantonese flavours, look no further than The Chairman (© The Chairman)

With a legacy spanning over a decade, The Chairman, an esteemed Cantonese restaurant in Central, has become a culinary icon that holds a Michelin star and ranks among the world’s best restaurants. From its humble beginnings to its current location at The Wellington, the talented founder Danny Yip continues to impress diners with their use of locally produced ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. The must-try dishes include the steamed fresh flower crab with aged Shaoxing wine and the thick-cut Chairman-style char siu.

3/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington Street, Central | +852 2555 2202

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The Magistracy

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Immerse yourself in the colonial architecture at The Magistracy (© The Magistracy)

The Magistracy is a captivating British restaurant situated within the former Supreme Court of Hong Kong at Tai Kwun. Paying tribute to London’s venerable culinary establishments, the main dining room serves European gastronomy from caviar to prime ribs, while the Botanical Garden is a lush sanctuary for gin and tonics. The revitalised venue transports diners to a bygone era, and its nostalgia charm makes it a romantic spot for intimate date nights and celebrations.

G/F, Central Magistracy, Tai Kwun, 1 Arbuthnot Rd, Central | +852 2252 3177

VEA

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The talented chef Vicky Cheng introduce Chinese x French cuisine at VEA (© VEA)

The Chinese-French fusion gem, VEA, is known for its Michelin-starred cuisine that marries Chinese influences with French techniques. Serving 25 counter seats overlooking the open kitchen, the talented chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers will guide you through the tasting menu, sharing the stories behind each artfully crafted dish. Signature dishes include the sea cucumber with tiger prawn and 20 years Shaoxing wine, fish maw with Oscietra Caviar and quinoa, all pay tribute to the culture and history of Hong Kong. The extensive pairing menu with cocktails, wine or Chinese wine is a must.

30/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington St, Central | +852 2711 8639

Featured Image Credit: Niras Hong Kong

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Growing up between Hong Kong and various other countries, Renee is a hospitality graduate, an adventure enthusiast, with a newfound passion for writing. When she’s not discovering hidden gems and new eats on Instagram, you'll most likely find her sweating at the gym, sipping on fine wine with friends, solving mysteries in crime movies, or jet-setting to new countries.

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