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10 Places to Eat In Hong Kong – From fine dining to winding down

Hong Kong is the hub for international food! The region presents an array of cuisine, including French, Vietnamese and traditional Cantonese. Given the range, choosing a dining is tough choice for travellers. Therefore to make life a little easier a list has been created including several restaurants, both independent and belonging to a 4 Star Hotel Hong Kong has been featured here.

1

Celebrity Cuisine

Celebrity Cuisine

Maintained by the Lan Kwai Fong Hotel, it's aptly named due to it being frequented by celebrities. This two Michelin star restaurant serves Cantonese food prepared only with freshest ingredients handpicked by the head chef.

2

The Chairman

The Chairman

Famous for its tasting menus and steamed flower crab with aged Shaoxing wine, reservations must be made weeks ahead. It's one of the few restaurants in Hong Kong that believes that adheres to the Eco friendly philosophy.

3

Amber

Amber

Ranking no.4 in Asia's Best 50 Restaurants, Amber offers an innovative menu presenting French food with modern twist. In harmony with the food the restaurant is designed inventively, setting the mood for a unique dining experience.

4

Din Tai Fung

Din Tai Fung

Legendary for its mouth watering steamed dumplings, Din Tai Fung Hong Kong is a Michelin star restaurant. Waiting hours to get a table is well worth it, once you savour the Shrimp and Pork steamed dumplings, house steamed chicken soup, and the hot and sour soup.

5

Nooch Bar

Nooch Bar

The Nooch Bar maintained by Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong, is an ideal venue for a private party. Serving the most delicious cocktail concoctions, the finger food served here is amazing. Enhancing the atmosphere with fresh beats it's perfect for night out.

6

Sushi Kuu

Sushi Kuu

Cease the search for the freshest sushi in Hong Kong and head to Wellington Street and dine at Sushi Kuu. Serving mouth watering Sashimi in cosmic proportions it's a hotspot for lunch. The restaurant also serves gourmet dishes such as Uni (sea urchin), Shirako (Cod Sperm).

7

Above & Beyond

Above & Beyond

Providing the most breathtaking view of the Victoria harbour, Refining classical Cantonese dishes and creating more delicate flavours, Above & Beyond provides for the most memorable fine dining experience.

8

Lobby Lounge

Lobby Lounge

Perhaps the most popular spot in Hong Kong, the Lobby Lounge at the Intercontinental is the place to chill out. Offering a vast set of menus to suit the time of day, it includes organic, natural, free-range or grass-fed meat as well.

9

Nha Trang

Nha Trang

Authentic Vietnamese cuisine combined with French and Cantonese elements can be found here. Offering light, fresh and food full of flavour the ambience at the Nha Trang is very laid back. Tuck in to the popular rice paper salad rolls, lotus stem salad and baked mussels.

10

Island Tang

Island Tang

Decorated with bright illuminations and enhancing the retro look, the Island Tang is the swankiest restaurant in Hong Kong. Do experience exquisite dishes such as Marinated Jelly Fish with Sesame Oil, Classic Peking Duck and the Roasted Pork Belly.