Top 9 Cuisine Restaurants
People usually have high expectations for both street foods and dishes served in restaurants when visiting Hong Kong. But snacks from food stalls can only ignite your taste buds. You must get into a HK restaurant to soothe both your tongue and soul.
Kan Kee Restaurant
Kau Kee Restaurant was probably the earliest restaurant that offered brisket soup. The restaurant dates back to a food stall about eighty years ago. It may be small, but numerous foodies come here for the gourmet food. The specialty of Noodles in Brisket Soup is tasty and the brisket is soft for chewing.
Average per person: RMB 54
Open hours: 12:30-22:00, Monday to Saturday
Address: 21 Gough ST, Central, Hong Kong, China
Hee Kee Crab General
Hee Kee Crab General started its business in 1997. All crab related dishes are provided here. The decoration therein is antique and the environment is clean. Hee Kee Fried Crabs, and Pepper Salt Bombay Duck (a fish, or Jiudu Fish) are the specialties there.
Average per person: RMB 374
Open hours: 12:00-22:00, Monday to Sunday
Address: iSQUARE, 63 Nathan Rd, Tism Sha Tisi. Hong Kong, China
Lung King Heen
Lung King Heen is a fine dining Cantonese restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong.
Average per person: RMB 877
Open hours: 12:00-14:30; 18:10-22:30 on weekend days; 18:00 - 22:30 on weekend
Address: 4F,Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance ST, Central, Hong Kong
Paradise of King Asia Seafood Hot Pot Restaurant
This restaurant is a shooting scene favored by TVB (the dominant local broadcasting company). Its hall is always packed for its popularity among citizens and tourists. Many kinds of hot pot broths are provided here. The well sliced fatty beef is really tasty after being boiled. The fresh seafoods are always served in a generous amount. For those who seek warming food in the chilly winter, it is a satisfying place.
Average per person: RMB 140
Open hours: 16:00-04:00(draw on the next day), Monday to Suday
Address: Basement, 35-31 Tang Lung ST, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China
Kam's Roast Goose (Wan Chai Branch)
Kam's Roast Goose was set up by the second son of Yung Kee Hong Kong's boss. Shortly after four months' operation, it has already enjoyed a good word-of-mouth among customers. This high-end restaurant offers dishes at an agreeable price. The roast goose is of a very high grade.
Average per person: RMB 136
Open hours: 11:30-22:00, Monday to Sunday
Address: Wan Chai Commercial Centre
Hing Kee Claypot Rice
This low-profile business attracts foodies with no advertising. There are not many tables packed in here, in contrast to its rich options of claypot rice. The ingredients are generously offered. ‘Chinese Sausage; Chicken Rice’ and ‘Chinese Sausage & Steak Rice’ are the most loved on the menu. The chicken is tender and the sausage is tasty. People are keen to devour it for its flavor.
Average per person: RMB 49
Open hours: 18:00-01:00(on the nest day), Monday to Sunday
Address: 2-14 Temple ST, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, China
The Verandah (Repulse Bay Rd Branch)
The Verandah now offers an expanded gastronomic offering in glorified new surrounds. The colonial trace of architectural styles offered shooting scenes for ‘Love in a Fallen City’ by the great female director Ann Hui On-wah and ‘Lust, Caution’ by Ang Lee.
Average per person: RMB 343
Open hours:12:00-14:30, 15:00-17:30, 19:00-22:30 from Wednesday to Saturday; 11:00-14:30, 15:30-17:30, 19:00-22:30 on Sunday
Address: The Repulse Bay Historical Gallery, 109 Repulse Bay Rd, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, China
Tin Lung Heen at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
It is located on Level 102, International Commerce Centre (ICC), and its decor is heavily based on red wood. It offers Chinese delicacies with a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour in addition to the traditional Cantonese cuisine. In fact, Tin Lung Heen has been recognized with a Michelin-star rating for two consecutive years for its superior service, unparalleled ambience and innovative cuisine.
Average per person: RMB 702
Open hours: for lunch, 12:00-14:30 from Monday to Sunday and 11:30-15:00 for weekends and public holidays
Address: Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, 1 Austin Rd, Yau Ma Tei, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
Tsui Wah Restaurant (Carnarvon Rd Branch)
Tsui Wah Restaurant is a Hong Kong style fast food chain restaurant. As a time-honored restaurant, it is one of the representatives of Hong Kong cuisine circle and it plans expansion onto the mainland. Tsui Wah Group has been focused on promoting the healthy and quality Hong Kong food culture and has high standards for food quality, dining setting and services.
Average per person: RMB 70
Open hours: 7:00-15:00 for Friday and Saturday and 7:00-14:00 for the other days
Address: 2 Carnarvon Rd, Tism, Hong Kong, China