Top 10 Restaurants in Hong Kong
Most Popular Dining Experiences in Hong Kong
There are more than 11,000 restaurants in Hong Kong offering cuisine from all around the world so it stands to reason that more than a few are excellent places to dine. Lovers of seafood will not be disappointed and fine-dining venues are certainly not lacking in the city.
Logic dictates that authentic Chinese food is easily found although you should not feel obliged to go to the ‘big-name’ restaurants; ask around for what’s best.
Designed by avant-garde creator Philippe Starck, Felix offers the chance of a unique and unforgettable night out as its décor, atmosphere, views and cuisine are all outstanding. The modern European and Pacific Rim cuisine is supremely complemented by the nighttime views out over the harbour. Read More...2Pearl on the Peak Hong Kong Island
Perched high up on the Peak, one of Hong Kong's absolute must-see attractions, Pearl on the Peak enjoys a 270- degree view of the city and bay far below through its floor-to-ceiling windows. This restaurant also serves excellent international dishes, from Japanese to Norwegian salmon to English desserts. Read More...3Yung Kee Hong Kong Island
One of the best-known restaurants in Hong Kong, Yung Kee serves unabashed Chinese cuisine. It’s pretty much busy every day so get there early if you want a good table. The roast goose here is legendary but you may just want to request good old-fashioned cutlery instead of tackling it with chopsticks. Read More...4Spring Deer Restaurant Kowloon
Another out-and-out Chinese restaurant, Spring Deer is spacious and can seat up to 300 diners but the wait staff are well trained and tend to seat foreigners together to stay on top of things. The speciality here is Peking duck with hoi sin sauce and portions are large so try to go in a group but do explore other items on the menu other than the duck. Read More...
This is the ultimate colonial Hong Kong experience. Seated in the lobby of the hotel, surrounded by potted palms and serenaded by a four-piece orchestra, you will be waited upon by immaculately attired waiters as you sip tea and nibble on tiny sandwiches, scones with cream and jam as well as an impressive cake selection. Read More...6The Boathouse Hong Kong Island
This three-storey colourfully painted building has great views out over Stanley Bay and its rooftop section is where to head for if you’re after atmosphere and a memorable dining occasion. The international a-la-carte menu spotlights the freshest seafood, and dishes from African chicken to tandoori swordfish. Read More...7Lei Yue Mun Seafood Dinner Cruise Hong Kong's Eastern Harbour
The combination of seafood feast, cruising in Hong Kong harbour and exploring the city and is a bewitching one. Take a leisurely walk from the harbour near the waterfront to the old village of Lei Yue Mun, an off-the-beaten track destination adored by seafood aficionados. A superb seafood dinner will be served. Read More...8Sai Kung New Territories
The best Hong Kong seafood restaurants are in small villages, where the dining is unpretentious but world class. Sai Kung is one of the most popular of these. Seafood fans head for the seafront promenade, where sampans sell freshly caught fish straight off the deck. Pick your dinner, before taking it to one of the promenade restaurants. Read More...9Jumbo Kingdom Floating Restaurant Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island
A huge floating restaurant based in Aberdeen, the famous pier of Hong Kong Island, Jumbo Kingdom has hosted royalty, movie stars and about 30 million other visitors. Jumbo Kingdom has been established in October 1976, and is today world famous due to its magnificence and originality. Read More...
Lung King Heen commands spectacular harbour views from its fourth-floor location, and offers contemporary Cantonese cuisine at its best – created from the freshest local ingredients by a team of regionally renowned chefs. Enhancing the dining experience, silver and glass accents reflect Hong Kong’s glittering skyline and harbour lights. Read More...Best Selling Hotels in Hong KongLoading...