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Hong Kong – places to eat!

Lots of amazing food and different cuisines on offer in Hong Kong. Here are a few of my faves…

– BlackSalt
You will definitely need to book in advance as this is a tiny restaurant in Sai Ying Pun. I really love the intimate setting. The food is a blend of Southeast Asian and European flavours and is absolutely delicious and beautifully presented. Dishes are made for sharing.

– Din Tai Fung
World famous Taiwanese restaurant (one is actually now coming to London which I am VERY excited about). The restaurant is kind of like a canteen so not a particularly visually special restaurant, but the dumplings are absolutely incredible. I believe it has one Michelin star! They do takeaway too (which we got one year because the queue was too long to wait for a table). I hope the one in London is as good.
Din Tai Fung

– Jumbo
Jumbo is a little bit of a novelty but I must admit, very fun. You get a free boat across the water to get there which is quite pretty. The restaurant has 3 floors, absolutely covered in lights!
I think it’s more about the atmosphere and experience rather than outstanding food. Food was okay but not amazing. I couldn’t stop laughing when my colleagues and clients started dressing for a family photograph in traditional gear. Good fun!

– Potato Head
Restaurant in Sin Ying Pun with a cool vibe… ‘simple food with an Indonesian twist‘!
Potato Head
We ordered lots of sharing plates which were all delicious. We had the cooking area right next to us which was nice as we could see the chefs finishing the dishes.Potato Head1Potato Head2

– Pirata
Really nice Italian restaurant in Wan Chai. We had a fantastic dinner here!

– Bib n Hops
Nice Korean food also in Wan Chai. Service wasn’t great but food was!

– Zuma
Restaurant at the Landmark in central Hong Kong. ‘Twist on the traditional Japanese Izakaya style of informal eating and drinking‘! Food is good but pricey. They have Zuma restaurants across the world (one in London too if you’re desperate to go).

– Wooloo-mooloo
A bar / restaurant in Wan Chai. The rooftop bar has fantastic views of the city.

– Grand Hyatt
As we stay at the Hyatt we tend to eat there a lot. The breakfast buffet is the best I have ever had… definitely recommend if you want lots of variation and deliciousness! 
Restaurants at the Hyatt:
– Grand Cafe on the ground floor. Home to the unreal breakfast, and dinner buffets.
– Tiffin on the first floor. Lunch and dinner buffets in a casual lounge setting.
– Grissini has an Italian restaurant with amazing views of the Victoria Harbour.
– One Harbour Road is a gorgeous and elegant Chinese restaurant. Known for serving traditional home-style Cantonese cuisine. YUM!

There’s also a restaurant by the pool called The Grill! Very cute lunch / dinner spot.


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