Top 10 places to eat in Hong Kong

While in Hong Kong, do take out time to relish the delicacies of these top 10 restaurants. You will definitely cherish every bit(e) of it!

Cuisine: Lebanese
Address: 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-5503 9181
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 7PM–12AM
Price: $$$

One of the rare gems on the Hong Kong Food and Beverage scene, this second generation family run restaurant serves food lovers an intimate setting with the finest Lebanese food and exotic house cocktails. The menu concept encourages Sharing Menu’s with

option for A La Carte available Tuesday to Thursday.

Not to miss dishes: Jos Mahrouse , Kafta, Lime Chicken.


Cuisine: Sushi & Robatayaki
Address: 2/F, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2804 6800
Hours: Lunch (Mon-Sat: 12 noon-2:30PM) & Dinner (Sun-Thu: 6:30PM-11PM, Fri-Sat: 6:30PM – 11:30PM)
Price: $$$

This modern Japanese restaurant savors a creative menu of the freshest sushi, sashimi, rolls and deliciously charred Robatayaki grill in an exquisite décor setting. Using the finest ingredients, Kyoto Joe’s creations are the perfect blend of traditional Japanese fare with a modern twist. The menu also offers delicacy’s for VEGETARIAN and a vegetarian menu all-together.

Not to Be Missed: Spinach Salad, Salmon on Rice Cracker, Kobe Gyu Sushi Roll, Spicy Tora Tartar, Beef Wasabi


Cuisine: Thai
Address: Shop C-D, 6/F Lee Theatre, 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
[Other Branches: Ocean Terminal (Harbour City,Tsim Sha Tsui) & Tsuen Wan Plaza(Tsuen Wan)]
Phone: +852- 2890 1993
Hours: 11:30AM- 11:00PM
Price: $$

Sweet Bail is one of the finest Thai dining experience in Hong Kong. With ingredients flown directly from Thailand and prepared by skillfully trained chef’s. Their menu presents an authentic menu characterized by fragrant spices and balanced flavors. Almost every new dish is consistent in flavor to its exceptionally delicious huge range of choices.

Not to miss dishes: Green Mango salad (with or without prawns), Curry Prawns(Dry)


Cuisine: Indian / Western Bar
Address: G/F, 33 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2447 9998
Hours: Lunch: (12:00PM-3:00PM), Dinner: (6:30PM-10:45PM), Drinks: (5:00PM-12:00AM)
Price: $$

Colloquial Hindi for “chilled out” or “carefree”, Bindass is an upmarket Indian restaurant famous for its Tapas. A casual spot , with diners on high stool tables and live music every Tuesday night and a relaxed casual atmosphere, the restaurant offers a platter of street food. The main course is as deliciously Indian as are the starters and the drinks refreshing.

Must Haves: Keema Pao, Naanza, Kala Khatta Margarita, Panacotta


Cuisine: Mexican
Address: 114-120 Lockhart Rd, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2861 2221
Hours: Monday to Sunday: 12:00PM ~ 02:00 AM
Price: $$

This decade old vibrant Mexican restaurant and bar enlivens Wanchai nightlife with sumptuous margaritas and fajitas. A bright pink exterior facade and a large neon sign above the roadway- it is impossible to miss Coyote.
A feature in the mezzanine dining room is the “Wall of Flame” -customers can choose from over 60 varieties of hot-sauces imported from Mexico and the USA.This casual style restaurant and bar serves authentic Mexican dishes with over 70 varieties of margaritas and a friendly ‘party’ atmosphere at night.

Must haves: Margaritas( Azure, Island, Classic), Nachos, Jalepeno Poppers, Fish Tacos


Cuisine: Peruvian
Address: G/F, 26 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852- 2561 3336/ SMS Booking: 9637 7701
Hours: Monday to Sunday 12:00PM – 11:00PM
Price: $$$

Hong Kong’s best Peruvian restaurant offers authentic Peruvian food offering an exciting mix of Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Italian and Andean tastes. Their traditional Peruvian beverages including Pisco, Peru’s national brandy features heavily on its menu. For those who prefer non-alcoholic beverages can enjoy a glass of chichi moored, a refreshing drink made from Inca Cola- a Peruvian delight!

Must Haves: Pisco Sour (Drink), Chicken Sliders, Salmon Skewers


Cuisine: Sichuan
Address: Shop 12, 2/F, J Senses, 60 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2527 7117
Hours: Mon-Sun: 12:00PM-2:30PM; 6:00PM-10:30PM
Price: $$

Qi (pronounced: chee) means a shining star and is inspired by one of the key ingredients in Sichuan cuisine – the star anise. This modern interpretation of traditional and authentic Sichuan cuisine savors the seven flavors of Sichuan- spicy, sweet, bitter, sour, peppery, salty and aromatic. Hope these intense flavors bring out the amazing experience of eating Sichuan food at Qi.

Must Haves: Mouth Watering Boneless Chicken, Chilli Oil Wontons, Mapo Tofu.


Cuisines: Seafood
Address: G/F-3/F, Ascot Mansion, 421-425 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Phone: +852- 2893 1289 / 2834 6818
Hours: Mon.-Sun. 6:00PM-6:00AM
Price: $$

For dinner and overnight snacks one of the most famous restaurants on the island side has to be the “Under Bridge Spicy Crab.” Open for more than 20 years the restaurant started as a stall and now serves the best spicy crab that comes all over the world from Australia and Vietnam, and other sea food items from UK, Malaysia. The menu has more than a hundred dishes available but the most popular one has to be the “ Under Bridge Spicy Crab”

Must Haves: Under Bridge Spicy Crab ( Spicy)


Cuisine: Chinese
Address: 28/F, 1 Peking Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Phone: +852- 3428 8342
Hours: Mon- Sun 12:00PM–2:30PM, 6:00PM–12:00AM
Price: $$$

One of the the Aqua’s group of restaurants, Hutong is a gem of a Chinese Restaurant overlooking Hong Kong’s harbor skyline from ceiling to floor windows. The small bites of the appetizers gel well with the drinks on the menu and act as a precursor to the amazing entrees following.

Not to miss: Red Lantern, Japanese Sea Cucumber, Turnip & Crabmeat rolls.

limewood LIMEWOOD
Cuisine: South East Asian, Hawaiian.
Address: 103/104, The Pulse 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong.
Phone: +852 2866 8668
Hours: 12:00 PM – 11:30 PM. Dinner starts at 6:00pm
Price: $$

Flavors centered around South East Asian, Hawaiian, South American and Caribbean on barbecue seafood, meats and great refreshing cocktails bring around the Californian experience. The restaurant uses the fresh local produce and adds its pinch of modern technique to creates a scintillating menu.

Not to miss: Vietnamese fish taco , Norwegian Salmon Tartare, Charred Whole sea Bream, Hand Piped Churros.

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