If you are looking for a spot with loads of character, then Oldish is where you want to be. The interior is filled with retro furniture, antiques and old movie posters which create a warm and cosy atmosphere. The menu here is a mix of Asian and Italian flavours, and they are particularly popular at
Noodlemi serves up a delectable range of Vietnamese inspired dishes, many of which are M.S.G. and gluten free. They are also well known for their amazing banh mi that are loaded with beautiful, fresh ingredients. The restaurant itself is quite small, so this is an excellent place to get take-out during the week.
Mrs. Pound is one of the most recent establishments to have opened in the Sheung Wan and has managed to arouse an almost cult-like following from locals. Hiding behind a storefront labelled as a stamp shop, this trendy restaurant serves a mixture of small plates and mains, all of which are inspired by the tastes
Lin Heung Kui is one of those places that you need to check out if you are looking for authentic Cantonese food. They are one of the few places in town that still use carts to serve dim sum with a menu that rotates daily. It is the sister restaurant to Lin Heung Tea House
K-Roll is a godsend for anyone in need of a quick Korean fix. They make a range of dishes such as gimbap (Korean-style sushi rolls), ttok beoki (rice cakes and pressed fish in spicy sauce) and bibimbap (rice and mixed vegetables). But they are perhaps most famous for their not-so-traditional korrito rolls. A mix between
Look for the storefront with the giant ampersand and you will have found Foxtail & Broomcorn. Named after two ancient grains, this tiny noodle joint offers a small selection of dishes from around Asia. Fantastic har mee, hearty ramen and a solid performance from the vegan udon means little to no food envy will ensue.
Dandan Soul Food from Sichuan is a great place to go if you are looking for a spicy noodle hit. Offering hot and cold noodles made to your preference of heat, they are fast-becoming the number one lunch spot in the area. Expect friendly service and a bit of a wait during peak hours
Crafty Cow specialises in craft beer from around the world and it’s where you will want to head after a long day at work. This gastro pub has a menu that seems to fuse east and west, a direct reflection of the cuisines enjoyed by the owners as they grew up abroad.
Opened towards the end of 2014, Americanos is an excellent spot to grab a bite. The staff are friendly, and the atmosphere is decidedly laid back. The menu is Tex-Mex inspired, and their breakfast burrito is a great way to start a Saturday. Add an order of their delicious pour-over coffee and you will be set!
Bibo offerx fine French cuisine in a setting that is more art gallery than restaurant. Expect to find sculptures and chic art from internationally famous artists including Damien Hirst and Bansky adorning the space. The small plates are superbly prepared and deliver on flavour, but come with quite a price tag (up to $480 a