Top 10 restaurants in Hong Kong

Luxury accommodation and dining are two main requirements, when it comes to explore a new destination either for leisure or business tour. Hong Kong is a beautiful city-state offering you world-class dining options form classic and brilliantly inventive Cantonese to the first Italian restaurant outside Italy. You will find some of the best restaurants either in 5-star hotels or independently. If you are looking for the best restaurant to quench your appetite, here is a chance for you to choose according to your choice. Some of the best restaurants where you can enjoy fine dining during your Hong Kong Macau honeymoon packages or Hong Kong holiday packages include, but not limited to:

One Harbour Road – Wan Chai, Cantonese

The world-class restaurant at Grand Hyatt is famous for classic Cantonese dishes and for home-cooked style food that borders on perfection. You will get a variety here like crab claw, wagyu beef, finest fish from across the world, and a lot more. It is for those who want something more than just delicious platters.

On Lot 10

It is a small, casual and basic restaurant spread over two floors and decorated in shades of white. It is the most unassuming of the top French restaurants in Hong Kong. From roast chicken to a whole bird and from cut into pieces and cooked with seasonal ingredient meat to whole fish, roasted in salt crust and seafood soup, a variety of available here.

Island Tang

Being one of the most stylish Chinese Restaurants in the city, Island Tang is famous for its interior features plush chairs and banquettes along with dark wood contrasting with bright accents and updated-retro décor reflecting the elegantly presented and beautifully cooked Cantonese classic on the menu.

Amber at Landmark Mandarin Oriental – Central Western

Another wonderful place to dine, especially for sumptuous Western cuisines, Amber is known for its interior – bold but light and fantastically plated. Dishes are served on the cutting edge of the culinary arts with an amazing menu.

Spring Deer Restaurant at Kowloon

It is very popular among locals – counted as out-and-out Chinese restaurant that is spacious and seat up to 300 Diners. It is a wonderful place to take some of the best dishes like Peking Duck with Hoi Sin Sauce and large portions.

Lung King Heen at Wan Chai Cantonese

The wonderful restaurant has been commanding spectacular harbor views from its fourth-floor location; while it has been offering contemporary Cantonese cuisines at its best.. Dishes are prepared from the finest local ingredients. It is located in the Four Seasons Hong Kong on the northern shore of Hong Kong Island.

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TenkyRyuGin

The Japanese restaurant in Hong Kong is one of the finest restaurants in Asia where you will find some of the very best and special cuisines that are hardly found anywhere else in Hong Kong. It is on the 101st floor of the ICC Building – the tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong.

Sai Kung Seafood New Territories – Seafood

Locals and even seafood lovers from across the world who have seen Hong Kong say that Sai Kung in the New Territories is the best place to sample local seafood. Seafood fans head for the seafront promenade, where sampans sell freshly caught fish straight off the deck or, in some cases, straight from the boat.

Tim Ho Wan

Being the branch of famous Dim Sum, Tim Ho Wan become world famous when it became the cheapest ever Michelin-starred restaurant, where food lovers flocked to check it out. For tourists and those who are from different countries to Hong Kong, it is an ideal place to choose your dim sum by ticking a piece of paper.

The Boat House – Stanley

This wonderful three-storey colorful and fully painted building has been offering amazing and great views out over Stanley Bay and its rooftop section that is place to head for, if you are after a quaint seaside atmosphere. Not to mention a-la-carte menu that is sure to surprise you

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