British

The third Hong Kong restaurant of famed British Chef, Jason Atherton, Aberdeen Street Social at PMQ offers modern British Cuisine in a large two storey setting. There’s a casual open plan restaurant and bar on the ground floor which spills out onto the patio, while the the upper floor features a contemporary restaurant offering refined …
Purveyors of some of Hong Kong’s finest coffee brewed by experts.  The industrial chic interior is a great place to take some time away and relax and upstairs they sell coffee beans and machinery for retail and commercial customers. Food served too, with pasta recommended.
Built around an open kitchen, with booths and a sizeable bar area, Bread Street Kitchen is an ideal venue for a family lunch or relaxed evening out with friends. The menu features unpretentious, well executed British classics including shepherd’s pie, Eaton mess and sticky toffee pudding. The weekend brunch is not an endless buffet, but you can …
If you want harbour views, alfresco seating and little taste of England, then head to the Admiralty branch of Brick Lane. Expect all day breakfasts, roast beef and good coffee all in relaxed and bright setting. The TST branch has floor to ceiling windows perfect for people watching and the menu is again packed with …
Both the Central and Causeway Bay restaurants have a relaxed vibe with free wi-fi, newspapers and magazines to help while away a lazy Sunday morning.  They serve tasty home-made breads, and have a delicious selection of brunch and supper dishes, with wine at a good price.
Spacious, 2-storey modern British restaurant with the ambiance of British elegance, style and hospitality. Customers can enjoy an unparalleled dining experience which combines the hospitality of Britain, stunning settings and fine food created by Head Chef, Arron Rhodes. The menu features Modern British classics, a raw bar with British seafood and classic beverages served in …
Acclaimed British Chef Jamie Oliver’s newest venture serves beautifully fresh food that’s fast, honest and responsibly sourced. They offer casual dinging and takeaway in Harbour City with more locations planned. The menu is built around the idea of mixing and matching food to have a balanced diet. They are open from breakfast until early evening …
The Chinnery in the Mandarin Oriental has a relaxed club-like atmosphere with inviting arm chairs and warm wood panelling. It serves traditional British cuisine including bangers and mash, fish and chips and steak and ale pie and is also home to one of the world’s largest collections of single malt whiskies – over 120. Closed …
A great British pub in the heart of SoHo serving homemade pies and great Sunday roasts.  Relaxed and quiet in the day, and then the regulars head in after work and the atmosphere turns into a bustling pub. Welcomes families particularly in the daytime and at the weekend.
One of HK’s iconic pubs, which gets its name from it’s former life as a pawn shop and serves great British style food. It’s recently received a huge facelift and new head chef, Michelin stared Tom Aiken is at the helm in the kitchen serving his take on the best of British food.  
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