KAI FACT magazine
10 Recommended
FACT  No.07

10 Recommended Places
To Eat In Hong Kong

In Hong Kong you can enjoy an endless culinary journey. In established eateries loved by locals and tourists alike,
you can enjoy a variety of affordable heartwarming soul food, or enjoy cutting-edge, unique international cuisine in many gourmet spots.
Let's enjoy both high class & down-home food.
  • Hideout bar that looks like a ping pong arcade.
    Enjoy a variety of rare gin and tonics.
    In a sexy and retro interior that seems to have come out of a Wong Kar Wai movie, enjoy a casual time with a gin and tonic made with 110 kinds of world premium gin.
    129 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
  • A popular shop with well-stewed beef noodles with
    soup using traditional Chinese ingredients
    Stewed beef soup prepared with seasonal Chinese traditional ingredients is the key to the taste. Ice milk tea blended by the owner himself is also popular.
    21 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong
  • A restaurant with bold presentations of local seafood.
    A restaurant highly reputed among foodies.
    The creative cuisine such as raw crab and sea urchin rice is made from ingredients purchased by charismatic chefs at the local fish market.
    100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
  • Crispy skin and juicy meat!
    Roasted goose with plenty of flavor.
    A small shop owned by the founder's grandson who became independent from a famous long-established restaurant, said to be the succeeding guardian of his grandfather’s true taste.
    G/F, Po Wah Commercial Centre, 226 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
  • Adding innovative ingredients to traditional
    taste. Its dim sums are truly creative.
    A famous chef’s Cantonese restaurant located in the old industrial area of Gwangtong. Try out the innovative dim sum wrapping with mango and shrimp.
    2/F, Yen Sheng Centre, 64 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
  • Let's dig deep for the prawn wonton
    hidden under fine well-textured noodles.
    They have preserved the same recipe from the 1960s. It is a combination of shrimp wonton, fine noodles with savory soup, and shredded onions served in a small bowl.
    77 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
  • It seems like time has stopped at this cafe.
    The homemade bread is crispy and fluffy.
    A lovely Hong Kong style cafe founded 60 years ago which is loved for its atmosphere representing the common people. Pineapple bread (BO LO BAO) has a tender succulence.
    41 Spring Garden Lane, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
  • Located at a good old Hong Kong cafe,
    Enjoy tea time to warm your body and mind.
    A Macao Ferry Terminal branch of a well-established cafe founded in 1952 in a stall. The special milk tea and savory kaya toast is recommended. The egg tart is also famous.
    Shop 304D, 3/F, Shun Tak Centre, 168-200 Connaugh Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
  • Everything has been prepared from before dawn.
    Try the energetic and nutritious rice porridge.
    Speaking of rice porridge, it is Hong Kong's popular breakfast. In a famous shop full of local people, let’s try the beef porridge with ginger. Adding a 100-year old egg is also recommended.
    144 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
  • Try eating the variety of homemade
    roasted meats in the local style.
    Roast pork, goose, or duck on white rice with sautéed fresh green vegetables is loved by the voracious Hong Kong people for its perfect taste and nutritional balance.
    G/F, 37 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

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