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Restaurants in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is blessed with world cuisines. The smartest places are around Central. Tsim Sha Tsui has Indian restaurants including vegetarian Branto, while traditional Spring Deer is popular with locals for its Beijing Roast Duck. Most restaurants open daily until 11.30pm. If service is not included, add a 10% tip. Yè Shanghai in Tsim Sha Tsui offers a contemporary take on Chinese cuisine from Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang. The menu is strong on dumplings, noodles and seafood, with special dishes available during the hairy crab season. Service is ultra smart and the interior shows 1930s Shanghai and Art Deco influences. Good for a special occasion.

Maxim's Palace, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

Top-end

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  1. 1. SPOON by Alain Ducasse - Top-end: (More than HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    The classic and contemporary French cuisine at SPOON by Alain Ducasse in Kowloon is sophisticated and rich in indulgent ingredients. Dine on veal with chestnut sauce or lobster in a Chardonnay broth while looking out over Hong Kong's harbour. The low ceilings twinkle with hundreds of spoons made from hand-blown Murano glass. Reservations are essential.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 6pm-11pm; Sun 12pm-2.30pm

    Address

    InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2313 2257

    Transport

    MTR to East Tsim Sha Tsui

    Website

    Spoon Website

  2. 2. The Peak Lookout - Top-end: (More than HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    The Peak Lookout, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Location is everything and the Peak Lookout on the summit of Hong Kong Island's Peak has been a longstanding favourite for balmy evenings and romantic dining. Breakfast kicks off with eggs Benedict, the tandoori oven has Asian flavours, and the barbecue grills rib-eye steaks. The seafood platter of lobster, oysters and mussels is a highlight.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10.30am-11.30pm (from 8.30am Sat & Sun & until 1am Fri & Sat)

    Address

    121, Peak Road, Peak, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2849 1000

    Transport

    Peak Tram or bus 15 from Central

    Website

    The Peak Lookout Website

  3. 3. Yè Shanghai - Top-end: (More than HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Yè Shanghai in Tsim Sha Tsui offers a contemporary take on Chinese cuisine from Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang. The menu is strong on dumplings, noodles and seafood, with special dishes available during the hairy crab season. Service is ultra smart and the interior shows 1930s Shanghai and Art Deco influences. Good for a special occasion.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 11.30am-3pm & 6pm-12am

    Address

    Level 3, Pacific Place, Harbour City, Kowloon, Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2918 9833

    Transport

    MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui

    Website

    Ye Shanghai Restaurants Website

  4. 4. Hutong - Top-end: (More than HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Hutong, Hong Kong. © Aqua Group

    Carved antique dark wood screens, tiny birdcages on every table and dark stone floors make a stunning entrance at Hutong in Tsim Sha Tsui. With stunning views of Hong Kong's skyline, attention is firmly placed on providing top cuisine. Its northern Chinese specialities include wok-fried sea cucumber and stuffed beggar chicken.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 12pm-late

    Address

    28/F, 1, Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 3428 8342

    Transport

    MTR or Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui

    Website

    Hutong Website

  5. 5. Lung King Heen - Top-end: (More than HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Inside the Four Seasons hotel in Central, the exquisite Lung King Heen boasts wonderful presentation and harbour views. An extensive menu of Cantonese luxuries includes shark's fin soup with whole abalone, crispy crab claw with shrimp paste and dim sum. Diners here are as sleekly turned out as the decor. Reservations are strongly recommended.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 12pm-2.30pm & 6pm-10.30pm (lunch 11.30am-3pm Sun)

    Address

    Four Seasons Hotel, 8, Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 3196 8888

    Transport

    MRT and Star Ferry to Central

    Website

    Lung King Heen Website

  6. 6. Aqua Roma and Aqua Tokyo - Top-end: (More than HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    With two separate kitchens serving Italian and Japanese cuisine, Aqua Roma and Aqua Tokyo in Tsim Sha Tsui makes the most of its glamourous harbourview setting. Two separate menus include dishes like scallop and red prawn ravioli (Roma), or a contemporary sushi platter (Tokyo) which can be enjoyed up at the sushi bar.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 12pm-2am

    Address

    1, Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 3427 2288

    Transport

    Star Ferry or MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui

    Website

    Aqua Website

Mid-range

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  1. 7. Spring Deer - Mid-range: (HK$125-HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Locals love the modest dining room of Tsim Sha Tsui's Spring Deer for their Peking Duck, reputed to be the best in town. The no-frills service is brisk. Waiters slice the duck at the table, to be rolled into a pancake with hoisin (plum) sauce, cucumber and spring onion to create the one-dish wonder.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 12pm-3pm & 6pm-10.30pm

    Address

    42, Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2366 4012/2723 3673

    Transport

    MTR and Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui

  2. 8. Sorabol - Mid-range: (HK$125-HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    The Hong Kong branch of a successful Korean chain, Sorabol in Causeway Bay is busy and noisy. There are partitions between the tables and diners do their own barbecuing on smokeless grills at their table. Savour beef strips of bulgogi accompanied by kimchee (spicy cabbage).Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 11:30am-2:30pm (from midday Sun) & 6-10:30pm

    Address

    Lee Theatre Plaza, 99 Percival Street, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2881 6823

    Transport

    MTR: Causeway Bay

    Website

    Sorabol Website

  3. 9. Life - Mid-range: (HK$125-HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Life, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Life's fresh bright decor is matched by its vegetarian food, organic when possible. Located in busy Central, the menu includes a soup and dhal of the day and Caesar salad with tofu bacon. Heavy tables are made from recycled wood and walls are lined with bookshelves and photographs. The juice bar and takeaway are downstairs.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 8am-12am

    Address

    10, Shelley Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2810 9777

    Transport

    MTR to Central

    Website

    Life Cafe Website

  4. 10. Da Ping Huo - Mid-range: (HK$125-HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Da Ping Huo, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    An unusual dining experience, Central's tiny Da Ping Huo offers a set meal comprising a dozen fiery Sichuan dishes, rich with chilli, sesame seeds and sweet and hot spices. The boss brings out each dish separately, after which his wife, the chef and professional Cantonese opera singer, sings to diners. Vegetarian dishes available on request.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 6.30pm & 9.15pm sittings

    Address

    49, Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2559 1317

    Transport

    Bus or MTR to Central

  5. 11. The Stoep - Mid-range: (HK$125-HK$350 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    The Stoep has a near-perfect setting on Lantau Island's Cheung Sha beach. The South African owner helps create the popular braai (barbecue) at weekends, with steak and boerewors (sausage). Watch the water buffalo wander the sands at sunset as you tuck into Mediterranean dips and homemade seedbread. The restaurant is very popular on sunny Sundays.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Tues-Sun 11am-10pm

    Address

    32, Lower Cheung Sha Beach, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2980 2699

    Transport

    Ferry to Mui Wo then bus 1

    Website

    The Stoep Website

Budget

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  1. 12. Maxim's Palace - Budget: (Less than HK$125 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Maxim's Palace, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Central's refurbished City Hall Maxim's Palace, with harbour views, is ideal for authentic Hong Kong dim sum. Diners choose from the trolleys laden with baskets of steamed buns and dumplings, trundling through the vast red-and-gold dining hall. Locals' favourites include cha siu bao (barbecued pork buns) and siu mai (pork dumplings). Lunchtime reservations are essential.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 11am-3pm & 5.30pm-11pm (from 9am Sun)

    Address

    7, Edinburgh Place, 2/F City Hall, Low Block, Hong Kong Island Central, Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2521 1303

    Transport

    Star Ferry or MTR to Central

    Website

    Maxim's Website

  2. 13. Habibi Café - Budget: (Less than HK$125 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Habibi Café, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Adjacent to its upmarket sister restaurant, Habibi Café in Central is perfect for a late lunch, quick meal or late-night snacks. With a bright interior and old Egyptian film posters on the wall, dishes include Egyptian favourite koshary, a filling combination of lentils and rice, plus dips and lamb kofta, washed down with mint tea.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 11am-11pm

    Address

    112-114, Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2544 3886

    Transport

    Bus or MTR to Central; mid-levels escalator to Wellington Street

    Website

    Habibi Website

  3. 14. Good Luck Thai Café - Budget: (Less than HK$125 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Good Luck Thai Café, Hong Kong. Photo by Emma Levine 2008

    Diners eat on plastic chairs down a non-too pristine alleyway, but the popular Good Luck Thai Café serves up great cheap food. Dishes include Thai curries in jade, green and red, a great tom yum soup and vegetarian alternatives on request. Like the other Asian restaurants in the alleyway, it gets busy at lunchtimes.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Thu 11am-1am; Fri & Sat 11am-1.30am; Sun 5pm-12am

    Address

    13, Wing Wah Lane, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2877 2971

    Transport

    Bus or MTR to Central

  4. 15. Branto - Budget: (Less than HK$125 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Ignore the grubby entrance hall, Branto in Tsim Sha Tsui is a comfortable dining room which local Indians love for its good-value tasty vegetarian food. Rather than decor or style, the emphasis is firmly on cuisine, with authentic dosas - a crisp pancake filled with spiced potatoes - and a delicious set lunch.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 11am-3pm & 6pm-11pm

    Address

    9, Lock Road, Tsim Tsa Shui, Kowloon Hong Kong

    Telephone

    +852 2366 8171

    Transport

    Star Ferry or MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui

    Website

    Branto Website

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