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The third Hong Kong restaurant of famed British Chef, Jason Atherton, Aberdeen Street Social at PMQ offers modern British Cuisine in a large two storey setting. There’s a casual open plan restaurant and bar on the ground floor which spills out onto the patio, while the the upper floor features a contemporary restaurant offering refined …
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.
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 …
Lovely restaurant with views down over the whole of Hong Kong and an Art Deco interior.  You can have private dining as well as in the restaurant or terrace and the kids will be happy in the well stocked kids’ corner.   The food is a blend of Asian and Western dishes with something for …
Enjoy fabulous French food, prepared in an open kitchen at the only 3* Michelin French restaurant in Hong Kong.  The views over the harbour, extensive French wine list and selection of cheeses make this a fantastic choice for a special occasion.
Brim 28 is full of some of Hong Kong’s best known dining brands.  DiVino patio is from the same group as Carpaccio and Spasso and offers al fresco dining alongside a warm and cosy restaurant which attempts to recreate the traditional Italian grocery store of the 1950’s.  The food is rustic; large hunks of bread …
A lovely Italian restaurant overlooking Victoria Harbour from Fenwick Pier featuring fresh, delicious produce. The weekend brunch features classic Italian comfort food with various starters and a choice of main course and dessert. The dining room is relatively small compared to other popular brunch spots, alleviating some of the feeling of chaos often associated with brunch.
This Michelin star Chinese restaurant has real wow factor. Tremendous views over the harbour combined with stunning decor that evokes the atmosphere of a typical alleyways found in Beijing make Hutong a real destination restaurant. Don’t miss the free flow Sunday brunch which is amazingly valued at only $598  
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. …
Ocean-front Thai restaurant at D-Deck Discovery Bay. Outdoor seating available.
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