Hong Kong boasts of unparalleled food culture with a wide variety of taste and dining experiences. Here, we singled out four dining districts and top eats you must try so you never have to waste your calories again.
Tsim Sha Tsui
Arguably the most famous waterfront district in the world, Tsim Sha Tsui is also home to some quintessentially Hong Kong eateries among the abundant choices available.
(Shop G1, Ground Floor, Workingport Commercial Building, 3 Hau Fook Street)
This Michelin-recommended eatery specialises in street foods such as crispy pork intestines and chicken gizzards. Be awed when you give your order a good drizzle of homemade sauce and mustard!
(Ground Floor, Carnarvon Mansion, 8–12 Carnarvon Road)
Rising in popularity, this Michelin-recommended stall goes beyond the traditional egg waffles to offer crispy pastries in an assortment of flavors.
Enjoy Mammy Pancake’s traditional Hong Kong egg-waffles at Travel Madness Expo this 8-10 Jul, exclusively at the Hong Kong Tourism Board Pavilion!
Offering more than just good beats, Wan Chai also houses a diverse range of traditional to contemporary cuisines.
(Ground Floor, Chuang’s Enterprises Building, 382 Lockhart Road)
Keung Kee is a local favorite for classic bites like glutinous rice with Chinese sausage, which offers the combined pleasures of chewy textures and savory aromas.
(G38, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East)
A sensory feast where artistic hand crafted rose-shaped gelatos are brilliant for perfect Instagram shots. Be blown away by the smooth creamy taste which is as heavenly as it looks.
For Hidden Gems
Escape the crowd to Instagram-worthy cool gourmet paradise hidden high above the grounds of this retail haven.
(16th Floor, The L. Square, No 459 Lockhart Road)
Witness the magic of contemporary desserts re-imagined at this modern open-concept dessert bar, where your very own pastry chef will create a beautiful work of art made right before your eyes.
Tai Woo Seafood Restaurant
(9th Floor, Causeway Bay Plaza 2, 463-483 Lockhart Road)
Extremely popular for consistently dishing out top quality Chinese cuisine, Tai Woo Seafood Restaurant is well known for its Guangdong Stir Fry, seafood dishes and dim sum.
Tai Hang – one of Hong Kong’s best kept secrets with the latest budding contemporary eateries for bragging rights on your social pages.
Lab Made Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Laboratory
(Ground Floor, 6 Brown Street)
Ice cream has gone scientific! Pick from a unique range of flavors of the day, and watch as liquid nitrogen transforms your choice into a smooth, creamy ice-cream creation.
(Ground Floor, 2A Wun Sha Street)
One can never have too many ice creams, especially if they are beautifully presented with whimsical toppings like a giant ball of cotton candy and marshmallow mushrooms.