Hong Kong restaurants

The following restaurants are divided into three categories:

Expensive (over HK $ 500)
Moderate (HK $
250-500 ) Inexpensive (up to HK $ 250)

It is the average price for a three-course meal and a glass of the cheapest wine or a comparable drink. Service charge or tip are not included.

A 10% service charge is usually added to the bill at the end. While this fee is theoretically not mandatory, it is considered extremely rude to have it deducted from your bill (except for very poor service).



Since opening in 1953, the Peninsula Hotel’s main restaurant has served its ever grateful guests with fine French cuisine and fine wines.

The chandeliers and the blue and gold interior of the spacious restaurant give Gaddi’s an elegant touch. Live music and candlelight make it the ideal place for a romantic dinner. The three-course lunch menu and the five-course evening menu are recommended. Reservations are recommended in the evening. Gentlemen must wear a jacket.
Address: Salisbury Rd, Hong Kong
Telephone: 23 15 31 71.
Website: http://www.peninsula.com/hongkong

Lung King Heen

Don’t miss out on the delicious Cantonese food at the three-star Lung King Heen while visiting Hong Kong.

The menu includes more than 20 seafood dishes, including Hong Kong’s popular wok-fried prawns with dried chillies and spring onions, or the dumplings filled with shrimp and scallops in XO sauce. Chinese antiques, red pillars and dark wood paneling provide the perfect backdrop for a Hong Kong feast.

Address: Central, 4 / F, 8 Finance St. (Four Seasons Hotel), Hong Kong
Telephone: 31 96 88 80.
Website: http://www.fourseasons.com/hongkong


Café Deco

When the sky is clear, the Café Deco has one of the best views in the world, a panoramic view of the Hong Kong harbor, which is simply unmatched, especially at night.

The kitchen offers a huge selection of Eastern and Western dishes, from perfect steaks to delicious sashimi and hissing tandoori plates. In addition to the attractive Art Deco Décor, the continuous quality and the excellent price-performance ratio are very impressive.

Address: The Peak, 118 Peak Rd, Hong Kong
Phone: 28 49 51 11.
Website: http://www.cafedecogroup.com

The Orange Tree

The multi-award winning The Orange Tree offers Dutch colonial cuisine (more or less meat-based French cuisine) such as pickled herring and lamb fillet. The restaurant is paneled with dark wood and is right next to the escalator to the middle floors. The perfect place to watch people and enjoy a quiet meal on Sunday evening.

Address: Central, 17 Shelley St., Hong Kong
Telephone: 28 38 93 52.
Website: http://www.orangetree.com.hk

The Stoep

Anyone who makes it to the pretty, seaside village of Cheung Sha, south of the island of Lantau, will certainly not want to return to the city as quickly. The South African specialties such as mixed grilled meat or skewers served here are a pleasure, and the terrace is the ideal antidote to the hectic bustle of the city center.

Address: 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, Lantau Island
Phone: 29 80 26 99.
Website: http://www.thestoep.com



In this Mongolian grill in Kowloon you can enjoy imaginative, self-made combinations, for which everything the varied buffet can be used. You choose your ingredients and then hand them over to an experienced chef for preparation. One of the best reasonably priced places in Hong Kong.

Address: Kowloon, 55 Kimberley Rd, Hong Kong
Telephone: 27 22 07 33.
Website: http://www.cafedecogroup.com

Good Luck Thai

In Wing Wah Lane with its charming, chaotic atmosphere, inexpensive Thai and Malaysian open-air restaurants are crowded together. One of the most popular is Good Luck Thai, which is especially recommended for green curries and pad Thai and is very close to Central’s party zone, “Lan Kwai Fong”. The Good Luck Thai is open until 2 a.m. and is therefore perfect for those who are hungry at a late hour.

Address: Central, 13 Wing Wah Lane, Hong Kong
Telephone: 28 77 29 71.

Nha Trang

It is best to reserve a table at this inexpensive and chic Vietnamese restaurant, as a visit is usually associated with queuing.

The big attraction is the wonderfully scented bowls of Pho, but the Specials menu is just as packed with delicious dishes as grilled pork and herb balls, which are served skewered on lemon grass angels.

Service is quick and friendly, and the food is extremely cheap for the high quality.

Address: Central, 88-90 Wellington St., Hong Kong
Telephone: 25 81 99 92.
Website: http://www.nhatrang.com.hk


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