L'Atelier de Jöel Robuchon is a modern take on fine dining French in Central Hong Kong that also feels kind of casual.
December 9, 2016
Legendary bbq pork buns and dim sum all over Hong Kong are the name of the game at TIm Ho Wan.
All kinds of chicken parts at Japanese yakitori spot Yardbird in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.
For dim sum in Hong Kong, Maxim's Palace is as classic as it gets.
The peking duck at Peking Garden in Alexandra House is legendary.
Fine dining Italian in a mall in Central Hong Kong at 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana.
For a high-end take on Cantonese in Hong Kong, Lung King Heen at the Four Seasons does it best.
A whole lot of Japanese-inspired seafood at Ronin in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.
The modern spin on classic French food at Épure is fine dining at it's greatest.
Ippoh is a tiny omakase tempura restaurant in Central, Hong Kong.
Busy tapas spot 22 Ships is a Hong Kong mainstay, and sister bar Ham & Sherry is the best way to wait for a table.
The Chairman is a Hong Kong version of farm to table eating.
Belon is a casual French bistro amongst all the high end options in Hong Kong.
The best wonton noodles in Hong Kong are at Mak's Noodle.
Ho Lee Fook is a modern take on old-school Hong Kong tea houses.
Fineprint is an Australian coffee shop by day, small plates spot by night in Central Hong Kong.
Duddell's is definitely a scene, but the high-end dim sum at this spot in Central Hong Kong is great quality.
Drinks with a view at Ozone, 118 stories up in Kowloon.
Second Draft is a gastropub with a neighborhood feel in Tai Hang, Hong Kong.
Get to Captain’s Bar in Hong Kong for beer in tankards, excellent martinis, and to feel like the British never left.
Tsui Wah is a classic spot for Hong Kong-style milk tea, with locations all over Hong Kong.
Bo Innovation does a Chinese take on molecular gastronomy in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
The food at Kin's Kitchen in Hong Kong is like what your Cantonese grandmother would cook. If you had one.
Lin Heung is basically a dim sum death match - it's all about the experience.
Yat Lok is a Hong Kong institution known for the roast goose.