Best Hong Kong Restaurants

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    Ho Lee Fook

    Inspired by old school Hong Kong restaurants and the spirit of late-night Chinatown hangouts in 1960s New York, Ho Lee Fook is a funky Chinese kitchen where...

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    22 Ships

    22 Ships -- a project by Michelin star chef Jason Atherton -- has a hip ambiance and comfortable neighborhood attitude. It is set to bring a unique flavor...

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    Pierre -- a stunning two Michelin-starred restaurant, situated on the Mandarin-Oriental's 25th floor offering floor-to-ceiling windows framing Victoria...

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    SPOON by Alain Ducasse

    Recipient of two Michelin Stars in the 2014 Michelin Guide, SPOON by Alain Ducasse features contemporary French cuisine inspired by Alain Ducasse, renowned...

    Photo courtesy of InterContinental Hong Kong
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    Yung Kee

    A three-story-high gold-crusted facade and rows upon rows of glazed barbecued meat hung underneath usher visitors into a mesmerizing eating experience on...

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    Lung King Heen

    Cantonese food reaches its finest and most creative on the fourth floor of Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Lung King Heen, whose name means "dragon's view...

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About Hong Kong Restaurants

If there's one aspect of Hong Kong that truly emphasizes its reputation as a crossroads of East and West, it's the dining scene. Almost every Chinese cuisine is represented here -- Cantonese, Sichuan, Shanghainese, you name it -- while international restaurants from all over Asia and the rest of the world garrison the main areas such as Central and Tsim Sha Tsui. Japanese cuisine is an especial treat for Hong Kongers out for a feast, while the substantial Indian community is well represented by restaurants large and small. In fact, few countries go unrepresented -- there are even Turkish, Belgian and Argentinian restaurants. Bon appetit. 

About Ed Peters

Ed Peters has been based in Asia for most of his adult life, and counts Hong Kong as his second home. While he lives in a farming village on one of the outlying islands, getting to the city center takes only half-an-hour by ferry. And it's only 30 minutes by taxi to Hong Kong's futuristic international airport. These are just two of Hong Kong's many...  Read more »

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