Where to Eat in Hong Kong, China



Food & Drink


Hong Kong


There are some great restaurant choices in Hong Kong, from the very casual to very high end.

There are nice bars and restaurants in SoHo. Take the escalator for fun. This runs up hill in Central. Everyone says that Elgin, Shelley and Staunton Streets are excellent places to find a drink or a bite to eat.

You have to have tea at the Peninsula Hotel in Kowloon. It is a must. You will feel like you are in a different era.

You also have to go to Luk Yu Teahouse for dim sum!!!!!! It is at 24-26 Stanley Street in Central. It is my favorite and I went twice my last trip. Order the dumplings from the menu. It looks like a movie set right out of old Hong Kong. Go early around noon as the locals eat at 1pm.

Luk Yu Teahouse

If you like tea, check out one of the locations of the Ying Kee Tea House.

There are many restaurants in the Lan Kwai Fong area to try. My favorite in the Fringe was M-at the Fringe which has since closed after 20 years, but there are others to choose from.

For great design, Wallpaper* likes the sleek AMMO Cafe.

Travel + Leisure’s Carry-on Blog likes Po’s Atelier, a French-Japanese boutique bakery, Ronin and 22 Ships for tapas and sangria.

Conde Nast Traveler suggests dining at Yardbird, and Above & Beyond at the Icon Hotel.

The New York Times recommends Bo Innovation in Wan Chai, and Serge et le Phoque on Wan Chai Road.

Lung King Heen at the Four Seasons as well as Caprice, the French restaurant, also at the hotel, have Michelin stars and are on many top lists.

Saveur likes Lan Fong Yuen for noodles, P for dim sum at 46-50 Des Voeux Rd W, Sheung Wan and Tai Cheong Bakery at 35 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central.

Other good reviews include L’Atelier Joel Robuchon, 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo by Umberto Bombana, Duddell’s Restaurant in the Shanghai Tang Mansion, Sushi Shikon in the Mercer Hotel with 3 Michelin Stars, Ozone at the Ritz Carlton and Twenty Six by Liberty in Central.

Food & Wine further recommends The Chairman, Cafe Gray Deluxe, Amber at the Mandarin Oriental, Tim Ho Wan the Michelin Starred dim sum spot, and the casual Bateo Ramen.

Wallpaper* Magazine loves the design of the chic Mott 32.