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Tantalise your tastebuds with the highlights of HK’s gastro scene!

Lovely little café on Lamma which serves vegetarian healthy light meals – very relaxed atmosphere.
The love of tapas has really taken hold in Hong Kong and one of the newest offerings for diners is Boqueria which is a hugely successful restaurant in New York that has now opened a spin off right in the heart of Central.  Expect delicious tapas prepared with high quality ingredients with a little hint of luxury …
Delicious French cuisine in a cosy setting with excellent service.  The menu includes salads, soups, charcuterie and daily specials.  Small, but welcoming traditional style bistro.
Just around the corner of Davis Street awaits the cutest French cafe in the Western District. Opened by David Lai, Boulangerie Bistronomique offers great food and a relaxed outdoor-vibe with it’s harbour facing tables. Be sure to try the delicious chocolate croissants and pick up a baguette for home! Open Mon – Sun: 9:00 am …
French Bistro serving excellent authentic French cuisine with ingredients flown in from France. Lunch, afternoon tea and dinner menus available.  Expect attentive service and delicious food. Daily 11:30am-10:30pm  
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 …
Look closely down an uninspiring alley in LFK and find this restaurant that pays homage to Mexican food.  The interior is so eclectic with a mix of graffiti style artwork, bare floors and exposed brick and the whole atmosphere is something different for HK.  The food makes it extra special – authentic and delicious.  It’s always busy …
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.
A fabulous, colourful and chic café brought to you by Mrs B’s Bakery (located in Sevva). The decor is whimsical with teapot lights dangling from the ceiling, brightly coloured seating and butterflies adorning the walls. It’s a great place for stunning cake creations and delicious coffee.