Concerto Inn

Take a trip over to Lamma Island and at the end of a relaxing 20-30 minute stroll from Yung Sheu Wan ferry pier to Hung Shing Ye beach is Concerto Inn. Relax and enjoy views over the beach (try to ignore the power station), while sampling food from the varied menu of western and asian dishes. The huge outdoor dining space is relaxed and ideal for families and groups.

Address: 28 Hung Shing Ye Beach, Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island, T:  2982 1668

Read more about hiking Lamma Island in this post.



Located on Lower Cheung Sha Beach, Lantana is a little gem of a restaurant. The owner, Frankie catches the freshest food for his diners and prides himself on only using unprocessed foods sourced locally. The restaurant is open year-round and can cater for special occasions. Opening hours 12pm-8pm, but closed on Mondays during January and February.

Address: G/f 40 Cheung Sha Lower Village, South Lantau T: 23696227 for bookings.

The Old Hangar

Serving modern British food in a cool industrial/vintage chic space with high ceilings, The Old Hangar offers brunch, lunch and dinner at the recently opened Kai Tak Cruise Ferry Terminal. If you are looking for somewhere to get the kids out and burning off some excess energy or to enjoy a picnic and soak up the views across Victoria Harbour, then head to Kai Tak and have brunch/lunch/dinner when you have finished exploring the 23,000 square foot terrace and landscaped garden.

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Address: Shop N205, Zone B, 2F Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, Kowloon, T: 2189 7887

Les Copains d’abord

Hop on a ferry to the chilled out island of Peng Chau and discover this little gem of a French bistro. Enjoy a warm welcome from the owner Betrand and sample delicious French wines and cheeses, all while watching island life pass by. Located just a few minutes from the ferry pier, Les Copains d’abord is a rather unexpected find on this otherwise sleepy little island, but it’s well worth the 40 minute ferry trip from Central. So if you want to escape from the hustle and bustle, head over to Peng Chau for cold cuts, cold wine and petanque.

Address: Peng Chau Square, Peng Chau, T: 3483 0692

The Gallery Tong Fuk

If you are looking for high quality steaks, but not at Central prices, then The Gallery is the place to go.  Located in the sleepy little village of Tong Fuk, it’s worth a trip just to go and eat, or it’s an ideal spot to head to after a hike.  Other good food options include their pizzas,  fresh fish from the grill and salads.  The outdoor area is the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by.

Address: 26 Tong Fuk Village, Lantau, T: 2980 2582

S2 Waterfront

Sai Kung is bustling with eateries, but this recent opening, S2 Waterfront, is definitely worth inclusion in our list. The large, bright space with sea views is perfect for kicking back and enjoying some alfresco dining. The menu is packed full of healthy, fresh and Mediterranean inspired dishes, just perfect for a long lunch or dinner.

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Address: Kiosk 1 and 2, Waterfront Park, Wai Man Road, Sai Kung T: 2792 8900

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