At 10Best, we're always on the lookout for Hong Kong's best restaurants, and while we appreciate places that have a broad culinary range, we can't help but adore restaurants that specialize in a given cuisine. When we're in the mood for Asian food in Hong Kong, we head to Hutong - a reader favorite - or we count on Felix's solid track record and consistently great dishes. You'll find these places - and any of the restaurants on our list - to be fantastic options for Asian cuisine, and if you're looking to concentrate your efforts, start with the vibrant Central area.

Lung King Heen

Masterminded by Chef Chan Yan-tak, Lung King Heen is the only Chinese restaurant in the world to be rated three stars by Michelin. The restaurant is located in the Four Seasons hotel in Central Hong Kong. Peer through the tall glass windows to...  Read More

Wan Chai
Canton Room

In search of authentic Chinese and Cantonese cuisine? Visit the Canton Room at the beautiful Luk Kwok Hotel. Located in the Wan Chai neighborhood of Hong Kong, the restaurant provides a flawless Eastern setting and menu. Catering to the health...  Read More


One of Hong Kong's most successful cha chaan teng (traditional but unpretentious eatery) chains serves iconic bites that are yummy and quick. The food here is an eye-opening mix of Asian and European cuisines given a local twist, extremely...  Read More

House of Tang

One of the city's most notable restaurants, the House of Tang in the Metro Park Hotel has long been regarded as one of Hong Kong's Best Restaurants. The chefs specialize in fabulous dim sum and other traditional Chinese delicacies. The...  Read More

Tsim Sha Tsui
Photo courtesy of The Peninsula

The intriguing decor, magnificent views, and delectable food offered at this establishment complement one another to create an unforgettable dining experience. The sleek interior was designed by the renowned Philippe-Starck. Menu selections...  Read More

ToTT's Asian Grill & Bar
Photo courtesy of The Excelsior Hong Kong

The never boring "Talk of the Town," or ToTT's, sits atop the Excelsior Hotel. This eccentric restaurant almost seems like an experiment in multicultural décor – complete with Chinese artwork and chairs that bear uncanny resemblances to...  Read More

Indochine 1929

Indochine 29 attempts to capture the romanticism of pre-war European colonialism. In keeping with the theme, this Vietnamese restaurant, located on D'Aguilar Street, resembles a French veranda from the outside. The staff also dresses in...  Read More

Thai Lemongrass

Sophisticated surroundings and an accommodating waitstaff make this a great place to entertain important clients. Menu selections feature a variety of innovative Thai dishes, with a strong emphasis on fresh seafood. Recommended dishes include...  Read More

Yung Kee

The famous Yung Kee is enormous and one of Hong Kong's oldest and most popular Cantonese restaurants. The roasted goose is their signature entrée, but the menu also features a fairly large list of award-winning dishes. The restaurant offers...  Read More

Tsim Sha Tsui

The Cantonese restaurant at Hong Kong's finest and most elegant hotel, The Peninsula Hong Kong, is a haven for fans of Chinese dim sum. Situated in a 1930s' Shanghai art deco style (think dark rosewood furniture, oriental rugs on the floor and...  Read More