If you fancy your Tom Yum Goong and Pad Thai fix in Central, Café Siam may be your nearest and closest answer to authenticity. Established in 1999, Café Siam has become Hong Kong’s most beloved Thai restaurant among connoisseurs
Paris me manqué. As soon as I stepped inside Bistro Du Vin, I instantaneously was whisked back to my days spent in Paris last October. Bistro Du Vin to create the ambience reminiscent of the authentic Parisian bistros...
Opened last year, Viet Kitchen is helmed by award-winning chef Peter Cuong Franklin. With the hip eatery Chom Chom already under his belt, Franklin’s new joint offers a fresh new take on the traditional pho, bun, banh mi, desserts, and more.
Hearing good things about Yuan is Here, I decided to set foot and embark on the new MTR line to Sai Ying Pung to test this little Taiwanese eatery out.
Walking in, the bright lights and signs made me feel as if I was transported back to the Taipei night markets I had visited just recently.
Atelier Vivanda is a contemporary french bistro specializing in meat and potatoes. Yup, you can pretty much expect nothing more than simply meat and potatoes at this joint (with the exception of a few mouth-watering desserts).
What makes Maureen so special is the extensive use of the sous vide style of cooking and her signature lo mein noodles. Believe me, they are like no other in Hong Kong. Previously, Maureen sold soup noodles but recently made the switch to a lo mein style of noodle (i.e. a dry style sort of noodle where there is no broth).
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Best Restaurants Hong Kong
Hong Kong cuisine is some of the most diverse in the world. Both locals and international visitors flock to the city’s many street fairs and vendors for familiar dishes and comfort food classics, with an emerging fine dining scene providing a taste of real luxury. At foodpanda, our seasoned food curators have picked through some of the best places to eat in Hong Kong, giving diners more choice when it comes to savouring delicious dishes and discovering new tastes.
Our Hong Kong restaurant guide gives you all the pointers you’ll ever need to navigate through the best menus the city has to offer, from speciality snacks and savoury favourites, to dynamic new dishes bringing together the best in Asian cuisine and international ingredients. Whatever time of day it is, you’ll always find something to get set you salivating, with Hong Kong classics like sweet and sour pork, wonton soup, steamed dumplings, roast duck, goose and much, much more.
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