Hong Kong Restaurants

Many readers ask me to suggest Hong Kong restaurants. So I have decided to create this page to answer all questions together. No matter what you want to eat, where about you are staying and the budget you have, the places I suggest below are going to answer your eating needs in Hong Kong. Click on the links to look for restaurants, maps and reviews. The $ signs indicate generally how expensive the food in these areas are. Of course the money you pay will depend on the food you order and the restaurant you go.


Time Square, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong ($$$)
At the heart of Causeway Bay shopping area, Times Square is a high profile shopping mall and there is a Food Forum of 5 floors dedicated to restaurants of all kind.

Pacific Place, Star Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong ($$$$)
Gourmet or café, banquet or buffet, fine-wining and dining at Pacific Place is to taste some of the finest cuisines amid superior décor. From stupendous hotel pool-side meals to the off-beat boutique choices at the adjoining Star Street, Pacific Place caters to the discerning tastes with meals to remember.

Soho, Central, Hong Kong ($$$)
Soho is a highly cosmopolitan area in Central, easily accessible via the world’s longest escalator. In this highly focused area with many theme restaurants, pubs and shops of every specialty from every corner around the world…Lebanese, Mexican, Chinese, and Mediterranean…anything you want to eat can be found here. It’s going to be a unique experience exploring this area apart from eating.

IFC Tower Two, One Harbour View Street, Central, Hong Kong ($$$$$)
In this world class luxury shopping mall, you’ll find exotic cuisines at great restaurants. Click on the link to search for your favourite foods and restaurants and get ready a thick wallet.


One Peking Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon ($$$$$)
Located at the heart of Tsimshatsui tourist district, One Peking is an award-winning building offering upscale dining and shopping experiences. ALL the restaurants here offer stunning panoramic views of the Victoria Harbour. However the harbor view tables are very sought after. Please make sure to make advance booking and request for it.

Harbour City, Ocean Centre, 17 Canton Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon ($$$)
Several shopping malls join together and form a huge shopping and dinning area along Canton Road in Tsimshatsui. The shops and restaurants here are relatively mid-market, reasonably priced, however with great varieties.

Grand Tower, 639 Nathan Road, Kowloon ($$)
At the heart of Mongkok where most locals meet and eat, you will be eating great food with a relatively smaller bill. This place is nearby the famous “Women Street”. Be prepared to put up with crowds around you.

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