New Territories restaurants

Top Choice Cantonese in Tsuen Wan

Yue Kee Roasted Goose Restaurant

In an alley lined with roast-goose restaurants, 60-year-old Yue Kee is the king. Order gorgeous plates of coppery-skinned charcoal-roasted goose (half is plenty for four people) and sample house specialities includi…
Top Choice Cantonese in Sai Kung Peninsula

Loaf On

The motto here is: eat what they hunt. This three-storey Michelin-starred restaurant is where fish freshly caught from Sai Kung waters in the morning lands on customers’ plates by midday. The signature fish soup and…
Top Choice Cantonese in Sha Tin

Sha Tin 18

Sha Tin 18's Peking duck (half/whole HK$538/848) has put this hotel restaurant, adjacent to the Chinese University, in the gastronomic spotlight. Book your prized fowl 24 hours in advance, and tantalise your taste b…
Top Choice Cantonese in Tsuen Wan

Choi Lung Restaurant

This 40-year-old establishment near the village entrance uses spring water to make tofu dessert. It's self-service – pick up your dim sum from the kitchen, make your tea, and plonk yourself down on a plastic stool. …
Top Choice Hakka in Fanling & Sheung Shui

Sun Hon Kee

Well-executed Hakka cuisine, known for its use of preserved ingredients as well as stews and braises, is on offer at this busy two-floor restaurant. Dishes tend to be boldly flavoured, as they're meant to go with ri…
Top Choice Noodles in Fanling & Sheung Shui

Kwan Kee Beef Balls & Pork Knuckles

There's always a wait at this unpretentious shop for the bouncy beef balls and the chewy, collagen-laden pork knuckles served in blue plastic bowls and (optional) drizzled with aromatic homemade chilli sauce. It sel…
Noodles in Yuen Long

Ho To Tai Noodle Shop

This 60-year-old Yuen Long institution is one of the world’s cheapest Michelin restaurants. It is best known for the fresh Cantonese egg noodles and shrimp roe noodles that it churns out daily. Foodies from all corn…
Hakka in Sha Tau Kok

Chung Kee Store

Deep in the hills, a Hakka villager with a passion for cooking has turned his seafront store into a restaurant. Patrons feast under trees on seafood and Hakka classics like steamed mullet, braised pork belly and bro…
Seafood in Sai Kung Peninsula

Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant

Chuen Kee impresses with its range of fish, crustaceans and molluscs on offer – all displayed alive in tanks at the entrance, of course. The preparation is similar, but you'll get palm-length mantis shrimp, king cra…
Cantonese in Yuen Long

Dai Wing Wah

The brainchild of celebrated chef Leung Man-to, Dai Wing Wah is a traditional banquet-style restaurant specialising in walled-village dishes. Leung sources local ingredients from small farms and food producers whene…