Restaurants

Top Choice Noodles in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Kau Kee Restaurant

You can argue till the noodles go soggy about whether Kau Kee has the best beef brisket in town. Whatever the verdict, the meat – served with toothsome noodles in a fragrant beefy broth – is hard to beat. During the…
Top Choice Dim Sum in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

᠎Sun Hing Restaurant

Many a drunken Soho reveller has trudged westward after a long night seeking cheap dim sum, but to no avail. Then just before they pass out, there appears, vision-like, Sun Hing in all its scrumptious glory! They we…
Top Choice Japanese in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Rōnin

With just 24 counter seats locked down behind an unmarked door, Ronin has all the hallmarks of a coveted Soho dining spot before you've even seen the daily changing menu. Plates – all delicious and inventive – are o…
Top Choice Dim Sum in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Man Mo Café

At this welcoming place, chefs from culinary giants in Taiwan (Din Tai Fung) and France (Robuchon) team up to create high-end fusion dim sum. Portions are dainty but unique and utterly delicious. Rich foie gras expl…
Top Choice Fusion in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Little Bao

A trendy diner that wows with its bao (Chinese buns) – snow-white orbs crammed with juicy meat and slathered with Asian condiments – and fusion sharing dishes. Its signature pork-belly bao with hoisin ketchup, and t…
Asian in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Black Salt

Black Salt is the friendly neighbourhood restaurant we'd all like to have around the corner. It's tiny inside (so book ahead), and tables spill out onto a small laneway terrace. Dishes are a delicious, accomplished …
Japanese in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Okra

This relaxed izakaya in Sai Ying Pun is as much about sake sampling as it is the food, but the enthusiastic staff nail both. The team work closely with trusted producers to bring the best natural and unpasteurised s…
Indonesian in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Potato Head

The Hong Kong outpost of Potato Head, which started as a hipster beach club in Bali with killer cocktails, isn't so much a restaurant as a multi-concept events space with food and decks. It consists of an excellent …
Cantonese in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Kwun Kee Restaurant

Hong Kong’s top brass make pilgrimages to this local place for its claypot rice (HK$80 to HK$105, available only at dinner) – a meal-in-one in which rice and toppings such as chicken are cooked in claypots over char…
British in The Peak & Northwest Hong Kong Island

Gough's on Gough

This funky British restaurant, designed by interiors expert Timothy Oulton, is a stunning space. A spiral staircase, an aquarium, a monochrome geometric floor and mismatched ornaments are just begging to be Instagra…