Hong Kong Restaurants

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  • 1. Little Bao

    $ | Central | Eclectic

    Slide into one of the dozen-some seats and tuck into the delicious baos —fluffy steamed buns sandwiched with all types of delicious ingredients...Read More

  • 2. Tim Ho Wan

    $ | Mong Kok | Chinese

    This award-winning eatery serves some of the city’s best dim sum. Opened by a former Four Seasons Hotel chef, this humble spot makes all of...Read More

  • 3. Yau Yuan Xiao Jui

    $ | Jordan | Chinese

    It might look like any other tiny, storefront noodle joint, but its humble appearance belies its culinary prowess. The restaurant serves authentic...Read More

  • 4. 100 Bites

    $ | Mong Kok | Bakery

    The miniature cakes here sit like jewels in the pastry case. A lot of the desserts feature Asian ingredients such as green tea and adzuki beans...Read More

  • 5. agnès b. café

    $ | Causeway Bay | Café

    This café is a great spot to rest your heels after a day of shopping, and enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake. Some of the cakes are marked...Read More

  • 6. Awfully Chocolate

    $ | Tsim Sha Tsui | Café

    Chocoholics should make a beeline to Awfully Chocolate. The chocolate cake is near perfection—dark, dense, and divine, it’s cocoa at its best...Read More

  • 7. Ball Kee

    $ | Central | Chinese

    Despite its unassuming location in an alley, this dai pai dong (outdoor food stall) remains immensely popular due to its delicious stir-fried...Read More

  • 8. Café Malacca

    $ | Western | Malaysian

    Tucked away on a quiet corner of the Traders Hotel, this unassuming culinary gem serves what is possibly the best Malaysian and Singaporean...Read More

  • 9. Café Matchbox

    $ | Causeway Bay | Chinese

    The decor, staff uniforms, and—of course—the food all capture the retro vibe of the 1960s Hong Kong cha chaan teng (local café). Cantonese...Read More

  • 10. Capital Café

    $ | Wan Chai | Chinese

    It’s a blast from the past at this retro Hong Kong café, done up in period '80s and '90s decor, complete with autographed Cantopop idol posters...Read More

  • 11. Chez Shibata

    $ | Bakery

    Dessert fans should check out Chez Shibata. The pâtisserie combines classic French recipes with Japanese ingredients and techniques, and the...Read More

  • 12. C’est La B

    $ | Central | Café

    Indulge your sweet tooth with C’est La B’s wide array of gorgeously whimsical cakes and desserts. The sugary creations at this bakery-café are...Read More

  • 13. Delicious Food

    $ | Prince Edward | Chinese

    The street stalls of Hong Kong are filled with interesting snacks of all shapes and sorts. The intrepid should trek over to Delicious Food for...Read More

  • 14. Dim Sum

    $ | Causeway Bay | Chinese

    The dim sum menu here goes beyond common Cantonese morsels like har gau (steamed shrimp dumplings), embracing dishes more popular in the north...Read More

  • 15. Dimdimsum Dimsum Specialty Store

    $ | Yau Ma Tei | Chinese

    Hidden away near the old Jordan pier, this little sit-down restaurant has excellent dim sum without the insane queues that plague its more famous...Read More

  • 16. Fei Jie Snacks Stall

    $ | Mong Kok | Chinese

    Dundas Street in Mong Kok is filled with street vendors. The Fei Jie Snacks Stall is one of the best, with its dizzying selection of skewered...Read More

  • 17. Hing Kee Restaurant

    $ | Yau Ma Tei | Chinese

    Located on a boisterous stretch of Temple Street, this crowded, open-air eatery is the perfect spot to soak in the local atmosphere. The food...Read More

  • 18. Ho Ho Shanghai Restaurant

    $ | Jordan | Chinese

    Just beyond the northern boundary of Tsim Sha Tsui, on a side street off Nathan Road near the Jordan MTR station, this humble place is popular...Read More

  • 19. Honeymoon Dessert

    $ | Chinese

    Though it’s expanded across Asia, Honeymoon Dessert’s first-ever store in Sai Kung still draws droves of loyal and new fans alike. The store...Read More

  • 20. Islam Food

    $ | Chinese

    This might not be the prettiest restaurant you’ve ever seen, but its panfried beef patties (translated as “veal goulash” on the menu) are incredibly...Read More

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