Chinese

Classic Chinese fine dining with a view of Victoria Harbour.  Awarded 2 Michelin stars in 2013.
Fantastic local food (despite the name!) including their speciality Peking duck which is amongst the best in Hong Kong.  Ideal for big groups, for entertaining visitors and suitable for children.
Bao Wow serves both authentic Taiwanese Gua Bao and customizable baowiches with a modern twist. You will discover the freshly made baos in traditional Chinese bamboo steamers and you can customise them with your desired ingredients. A quick bite, a tasty snack or a meal on the run – with seasonal ingredients and the option …
Chinese food, but not as you know it.  Chef Alvin Leung Jr. uses molecular gastronomy amongst his many cooking techniques to wow diners with innovative and delicious food.  The service is excellent, and the staff explain each dish as it arrives at the table including what Chinese origins are behind each creation. It’s ranked as …
Spicy Szechuan food for diners with a daring palette. One Michelin star.
Dandan Soul Food from Sichuan is a great place to go if you are looking for a spicy noodle hit. Offering hot and cold noodles made to your preference of heat, they are fast-becoming the number one lunch spot in the area. Expect friendly service and a bit of a wait during peak hours
One of Hong Kong’s best Dim Sum Restaurants, located in Happy Valley.  The sign is in Chinese, so look for the gold characters and wooden facade.  Once you’ve devoured delicious dim sum, have a little chuckle at the receipt – apparently they are specialists in ‘The Art of Chinese Tit-Bits.’ Opening Hours: 1100-1630 / 1800-2230 Mon-Fri 1030-1630 / 1730-2230 …
One of Hong Kong’s most popular dim sum restaurants which has the most incredible pork dumplings.  Good for families with high chairs and Ikea plate sets and lovely staff.  Great to take visitors for good quality dim sum. Din Tai Fung has multiple locations, check them all out in the location column on the right.
Fab all you can eat Dim Sum lunch which is good for groups and surprisingly well catered to families. Turns into a great nightspot after dark.
Fine Cantonese dining in a luxurious environment, featuring an expertly curated art collection indoors and a lush terrace garden space outdoors.  Strict dress code applies: Men in long trousers and no flip flops allowed.