Tantalise your tastebuds with the highlights of HK’s gastro scene!
With a total of seven award-winning shops in Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and Hong Kong, Yukinoshita specializes in thick, fluffy, Japanese-style pancakes and kakigori shaved ice. Owned by a former pastry chef, Yukinoshita’s products are famed for their attention to detail down to the core ingredients including flour, milk and eggs for the pancakes and seasonal …
Huge restaurant in DB with kids’ play area and with views across to Disney so you can watch the fireworks without paying the entrance fee. Food is international with pizzas, pastas, grill and seafood. Can get very busy at weekends during the summer so booking advisable.
Industrial chic hangout built around a central bar and offering a great range of sake in addition to all the other drinks you would expect. Their range of light dishes include snapper sashimi and wagyu beef salad. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 6pm to 1am
Located in the heart of bustling Wan Chai and with up-and-coming Executive Chef Heung Kin at the helm, this new restaurant offers a menu filled with celebrated Cantonese dishes seasoned with creativity and a pinch of nostalgia. Signature must-trys with Dim Sums available for lunch include the Taiwanese Style Deep-fried Crispy Baby Oysters, Sauteed Fish-maw …
This small, cozy dessert café with a selection of cakes and teas has plenty of delicacies to satisfy your sweet tooth! Delicious crème brulee, cheesecake and puff pastries are the order of the day, when you feel the urge to splurge after a hard day at the office.
One of Hong Kong’s finest restaurants serving fabulous contemporary Japanese cuisine in a stunning interior that includes an outdoor terrace, bar and restaurant. They welcome kids on the weekend and the brunch is a must try and offers something different to the traditional western buffet.