International

Stunning harbour views make this Italian restaurant a very popular destination. Led by native Italian and two-Michelin starred chef Marco Sacco, the restaurant features an elevated take on traditional Italian favorites. After 14 years of success at IFC, the restaurant has re-opened on the second floor with a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour and the …
Seasonal menu offering a tasty range of comfort food in a relaxed and comfortable setting, JAR is not as understated as its name suggests. The menu ranges from small plates, to charcuterie, to salads and healthy portions of meat and fish.  On Sunday to Wednesday corkage is free and they actually give you $10 off …
Consistently good food from an extensive meal covering western and Asian influenced dishes.  Great for brunch, meals with the kids and one of the best full English breakfasts in HK!  
Modern bistro serving an incredible buffet as well as a la carte options.  The open kitchen on one side and views over the harbour on the other make this restaurant something special.  The Sunday brunch option includes live cooking stations and free flow Perrier Jouët champagne and is definitely one of the best in HK. …
As the name suggests, this is the place for oyster lovers who can enjoy a platter and glass of wine for around $300.  It’s not just for seafood fans though, as they serve an array of other tempting delights including wagyu beef and escargot.  Service is good, but it is popular so book ahead.
La Perouse offers modern Australian Food with a French influence using contemporary methods and the freshest Australian produce. The views from the terrace are spectacular and the menu changes seasonally.  In addition to the dining area, there’s also an open lounge, and it’s an ideal restaurant for group dinners.
Great steaks, unpretentious but amazing quality cuts of meat.  Very child friendly with crayons and paper tablecloths.
188° views to die for from the floor to ceiling windows overlooking the harbour make this restaurant a must-try.  Choose from a varied menu of modern European cuisine or try out the oyster bar.
With its 1920’s US prohibition era styling and stunning cocktails, this is one of the best restaurants around.  It attracts a trendy crowd and offers mid-price American style food – think ribs, chops, and oysters.  There’s even a cigar bar tucked away upstairs and did we mention the cocktails? So good, they need mentioning twice! Try …
Cosy little place tucked away off Stanley market and popular mainly with locals and expats. Tasty Mediterranean influenced food and a seasonal menu.  Save some space for the delicious desserts! Also good for a light lunch, but call ahead to book a table as it can fill up quickly.