Eating

Hong Kong's cuisine is renowned for its exotic fusion of Eastern and Western flavours along with a wide variety of culinary delights. Its cultural blend, proximity to mainland China and reputation for quality have made Hong Kong a Gourmet Paradise.

Hong Kong's more than 9,000 restaurants offer almost every cuisine under the sun, so each dining experience in Hong Kong is vastly different.

 

Eating in Hong Kong
Causeway Bay - Eat Hong Kong Style
Good food is available throughout the territory, but these areas offer a "true Hong Kong" ambience. Many budget eateries featuring local snacks can be found along Jardine's Bazaar, Tang Lung and Matheson streets. Sample Hong Kong-style tea, available at famous eateries. You will never forget its richness and aroma. Brilliantly lit, many of the food stalls stay open until the early hours to cater to late diners.

Bars, sushi parlours and other fine eateries along Sunning Road offer a mouth-watering alternative for an evening out. Sip a cooling beer at an open pub as the sun sets, then enjoy dinner at one of the many cozy restaurants at your service in Times Square, Lee Theatre Plaza and along Percival Street and Paterson Street, in Causeway Bay.

 

Kowloon City - Savour Asian Cuisine
Nga Tsin Long Road; Nam Kwok Road; Lung Kong Road; Prince Edward Road; Kai Tak Road; Fuk Lo Tsun Road.

Over the years, Kowloon City has evolved from an industrial district into a residential area, and today is a treasure-trove of international cuisine with Asian eateries very much in the spotlight. Delicious and inexpensive, they offer a variety of Southeast Asian delights, Cantonese and Chiu Chow dishes, as well as scrumptious local desserts. Most of the restaurants are small, family-run businesses with friendly service.
Eating in Hong Kong

 

Lan Kwai Fong & SoHo - The World on Your Plate
About 20 years ago, Lan Kwai Fong was known as "fringe Central" as business was mainly focused on the waterfront. Today, it's the most popular loose-tie, hair-down dining and entertainment area on Hong Kong Island. The young and stylish flock to Lan Kwai Fong to sample specialties from around the globe - Middle Eastern, Italian, Mexican, French and American to name but a few. Many restaurants open onto the cobblestone streets, providing the luxury of alfresco dining.

Further west, around Staunton, Shelley Street and Elgin streets, SoHo (named after its location "South of Hollywood Road") joins in offering a compact, fashionable area of bars and restaurants specialising in different cuisines including French, Nepalese, Italian, Mexican and Indian.

 

Eating in Hong Kong
Sai Kung, Lamma Island & Lei Yue Mun - Fruits of the Sea
A seafood feast in an outlying community can be a lot of fun. Pick your favourite seafood from the tanks at the restaurant and let the chefs take care of the rest. Freshness is guaranteed and all you need is a good appetite. Restaurants serve the juiciest prawns, scallops, lobsters and, of course, fish. Book a table and experience picturesque seaside dining.

 

Stanley - Seaside Delights
The charming South Side town of Stanley offers a unique mix of laid-back eateries in a relaxed, seaside setting. Some of the most romantic tables in Hong Kong can be found in Stanley. A wide range of culinary options, from seafront alfresco to pubs stocked with boutique beer, particularly along the main street. The restaurants in Murray House where panoramic views of the picturesque seaside village provide a glorious backdrop to alfresco dining.

 

Eating in Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui - A Smorgasbord of Tastes
Easily accessible, Tsim Sha Tsui is a dynamic district for gourmands. A veritable smorgasbord of tastes is on offer, from international cuisine to traditional Chinese delights along Hillwood Road and Austin Road. Browse main thoroughfares like Nathan Road, Canton Road and Chatham Road, as well as side streets such as Ashley Road and Granville Road. Shopping centres also often host quality dining options such as the Szechuan and Cantonese restaurants found in the Miramar Shopping Centre on Kimberley Road. Knutsford Terrace and Knutsford Steps are an international dining oasis and a sensational experience in this bustling neon shopping district.

 

Hung Hom - Specialty Restaurants
Whampoa Gourmet Place in Hung Hom boasts many specialty restaurants under one roof featuring Northern and Southern Chinese food. There is a bewildering choice of Asian gourmet dishes ranging from tempting snacks to full meals.
Eating in Hong Kong