Tantalise your tastebuds with the highlights of HK’s gastro scene!
Located in Sheung Wan’s cooked food market, this isn’t your average offering that one would usually expect to find in an indoor dai pai dong. The food is great, a mix of European dishes including risotto, scallops, and their speciality suckling pig. This is a great place to go for something a little different, and …
Agave serves authentic Mexican fare, a long menu of Margaritas and a huge selection of tequilas.
Classic Chinese fine dining with a view of Victoria Harbour. Awarded 2 Michelin stars in 2013.
Hong Kong’s only Sri Lankan restaurant. Warm and cosy atmosphere, authentic food and good service. Monday to Friday: 5:30pm-11pm Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: 11am-11pm
Lauded chef Akrame Benallal brings his bold styling and beautiful and elegant food to the hottest foodie-lovers street, Ship Street. Diners can expect an eclectically styled restaurant with bare concrete walls, relaxed soft furnishings and a touch of French chic. Diners can choose either the four or six course degustation menu (no a’la carte options) and …
Al Molo has stunning views from TST over the Hong Kong skyline and offers Italian cuisine from celebrity chef, Michael White. The weekend set brunch is fabulous, with a huge selection of cold cuts, salads, cheese and soups to start with delicious main course and dessert.
Famous for its dining in the dark concept, where diners have their senses challenged in a totally dark environment, Alchemy also offers refined French cuisine in their light and well designed lounge restaurant. Set lunch and weekend brunch available. The setting is perfect for a casual, long catch up with friends, with attentive service and …
Ali Oli offers a wide range of food and drinks with an outdoor sitting where you can relax and the kids can run about in the playground opposite. They serve fresh baked breads, pastries, cakes, cookies, home-made jams and preserves and more.
Amber has 2 Michelin stars and offers fine dining at its best within the Landmark Mandarin Oriental. The menu is rooted in the French tradition but has local influence in ingredients and cooking styles.
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.