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With hundreds of dining options in the city, the Culinary Adventures section shortlists the most notable, to ensure you have the best gourmet experience during your visit.
Located at the top of Lan Kwai Fong, this restaurant / bar features modern French cuisine complemented with a 270° panoramic city view. Membership is required for dinner, though fees are waived, so simply call for an application.
29/F and 30/F, 33 Wyndham Street, Central
Tel: (852) 3518 9330
From award winning contemporary Northern European cuisine by celebrity chef Jaakko Sorsa to exciting “Molecular Mixology” cocktails, FINDS experiences are inspired by the five Nordic countries, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden. Finds create brand-new contemporary classics with familiar flavours, sights & smells. Chef Jaakko focuses on quality, the finer things in life that can only be quantified by how much value you put into them.
1/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberly Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel (852) 2522 9318
FoFo by El Willy
Serving both traditional and contemporary Spanish cuisine, Fofo by El Willy is the eponymous creation by the award-winning Chef Willy Trullas Moreno. The menu offers over 60 choices of authentic Spanish dishes, including innovative creations such as Beef Cheek with Banana and Passion Fruit Crispy Roll. Situated in an unassuming high rise just off Lan Kwai Fong, it has a rooftop bar where guests can start or finish the evening in the midst of the city buzz.
20/F M88, 2-8 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2900 2009
Fook Lam Moon
The restaurant is committed to one simple and unwavering principle: premium ingredients should be allowed to speak for themselves without being overloaded with seasonings and artificial flavors. Fook Lam Moon is a favourite of Hong Kong tycoons and the dining room for many wealthy families. Their Cantonese dishes are mouth-watering and excellent.
53-59 Kimberly Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel (852) 2366 0286
Having celebrated its 55th Anniversary in 2008, Gaddi’s has for long held an impeccable reputation as a supreme social setting, as well as a superb restaurant. Its chandeliers and blue and gold tones create a gracious backdrop for exemplary service, gourmet French cuisine and a magnificent wine list. Chef David Goodridge, who hails from South Yorkshire, brings to Gaddi’s his extensive and varied cooking experiences from Michelin Star restaurants in France and England.
1/F The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: (852) 2315 3171
A consistent favourite among the glitterati of Hong Kong, Gaia is popular for its great ambience, impeccable service and authentic Italian food. Presided over by the flamboyant Pino Piano, Gaia is also one of the few restaurants in Central that offers al fresco dining.
G/F, Grand Millennium Plaza,
181 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan
Tel: (852) 2167 8200
Reminiscent of an ancient Chinese noble residence, Hutong offers unobstructed views of the Hong Kong harbour and serves contemporary cuisine from Northern China.
28/F, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: (852) 3428 8342
When the weather is fine, the floor-to-ceiling glass that makes up one wall of this restaurant opens up for an al fresco feel. Expect impossibly thin and crisp pizzas, creamy risottos, crunchy salads and more.
Shop 2060-62B, 2/F, Elements Mall, West Kowloon
Tel: (852) 2382 2323
On the 6th floor of the Yung Kee Building is the KEE Club, an exclusive Private Members’ Club, which can be accessed through special arrangements with the hotel’s Concierge. The upstairs dining room offers dim sum at lunch and Italian cuisine in the evening. The lush décor is reminiscent of a 19th Century European salon, which is complemented by a truly diverse selection of artifacts from around the world. KEE Club is also a popular destination for international visiting celebrities.
6/F, 32 Wellington Street, Central
Tel: (852) 2810 9000
Lawry's The Prime Rib
Exactly like other Lawry’s The Prime Rib restaurants around the world, this location will not disappoint with its fresh and crunchy spinning salads, crisp on the outside Yorkshire pudding and of course, mouthwateringly tender USDA prime rib carved tableside.
4/F, The Lee Gardens, 33 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay
Tel: (852) 2907 2218
Pearl on the Peak
With its unique vantage point, located in the recently renovated Peak Tower, this restaurant features modern Australian cuisine, and boasts floor-to-ceiling glass walls plus extraordinary views of Hong Kong.
Shop 102, Level 1, The Peak Tower, The Peak
Tel: (852) 2849 5123
The Press Room
With its ultra high ceilings, this French bistro might be one of the noisiest restaurants in Hong Kong, but it also happens to serve rather simple yet brilliant fare. The five onion soup gratinée is perfection and cheese aficionados will certainly take time to head next door to Classified, featuring Asia’s first walk-in temperature and humidity controlled cheese room.
108 Hollywood Road, Central
Tel: (852) 2525 3444
Serving delectable and traditional Shanghai fare in a neo-classical setting, advance reservations are recommended at this restaurant, that often offers live music in the evenings.
3/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty
Tel: (852) 2918 9833
Renowned globally for its roast goose, even 65 years after it first wowed Hong Kong gastronomes, Yung Kee still remains an A-grade establishment. Consistently packed with patrons – often seen arriving in their chauffeur driven Rolls-Royces – this is a Hong Kong institution where authentic and innovative Cantonese cuisine is offered.
32-40 Wellington Street, Central
Tel : (852) 2522 1624
London’s award-winning Japanese restaurant and bar concept, has finally made its way across the ocean. Start the evening with drinks at the swank bar and lounge on the sixth floor, then make your way down the spiral staircase for "authentic but not traditional" Japanese cuisine in the large dining room on the fifth floor.
5/F and 6/F, The Landmark, Central
Tel: (852) 3657 6388
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