Hong Kong has no shortage of incredible dining destinations, with long established Cantonese spots and fresh-faced new restaurants clamouring for space in the city. Narrowing down where to eat next can be a challenge, so to make Hong Kong’s dining scene a little easier to navigate for you, we’ve joined forces with a number of leading Hong Kong eateries.
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From caffeine-fuelled pit stops to ultra-luxe Japanese dining, here are our top five spots in Hong Kong to dine and drink at this month.
Start your day off right by getting your dose of caffeine from a selection of coffees that have been curated by award-winning World Latte Art Champion Arnon Thitipraset. The wildly unique menu is what setsapart from other cafés and coffee shops, featuring everything from their signature espresso tonics and avo lattes to “Hong Kong signatures” such as the peanut butter condensed milk latte.
Various locations including 136 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, 2511 1284
The only Scandi-lous thing about this Nordic joint is how delicious the food is - from a literal smörgåsbord of weekend brunch offerings, to à la carte dishes featuring all manner of pickled, cured and fermented foods. Its name,, is an acronym for the five countries it draws inspiration from: Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden. Be whisked away on a culinary vacation with ‘The Nordic Journey’ – a seven-course menu featuring dishes from each region – or tuck into an assortment of Nordic delights with their weekend brunch.
The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2522 9318
The Peak Galleria remains one of Hong Kong’s most stunning viewpoints. It boasts a wealth of restaurants to choose from – with Italian restaurantamong the best of them. Visiting Michelin-approved Chef Enrico Bartolini’s second venture in Hong Kong is like coming home to an Italian-style home cooked meal. Settle into its rustic Mediterranean interior, which is best enjoyed with family and friends. Feast on creamy burrata and antipasti and carb load on their sprawling pizza selection: but don’t forget to save room for dessert – their panna cotta is a menu highlight.
Shop G02, G/F, Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak, 2657 0800
While it might seem a bit odd to cook your own food at a restaurant, this Japanese spot is a world away from your home kitchen, with a focus on premium fresh ingredients. Hailing from Saga, Kyushu,is known in Japan for its elevated approach to cuisine – and its Hong Kong outpost is no different. Beautiful marbled slabs of A5 quality Kyushu and Wagyu beef come piled high on platters for you to grill, alongside a strong selection of pork, chicken and seafood.
Various locations including Shop 101-2, 1/F, Tower 535, 535 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, 2803 2138
This Hong Kong institution has been running for two decades and boasts an avid following in the city.is currently helmed by seventh-generation Chef Irshad Ahmed Qureshi. His menu features recipes that have been passed down through numerous royal Indian chefs, and spans a wide range of Indian specialties – including dishes from Northern India and crowd-pleasers such as its vegetable samosas, buttery chicken makhni and veggie-friendly palak paneer crafted from homemade cottage cheese.
Bombay Dreams, 1/F, Winning Centre, 46 Wyndham Street, Central, 2811 9888