Delectable dim sum, floating islands, and a one-of-a-kind skyline are just some of Hong Kong’s unique features. Get an eyeful of traditional Chinese architecture in Ngong Ping village, then take the tram to the tippity-top of Victoria Peak for unparalleled views. The rocks and gentle hills of Nan Lian Garden will bring you inner peace, as will a calming cup of tea in a Stanley café. Become one with everything at the Chi Lin Nunnery, a serene Buddhist complex.
Things to do in Hong Kong
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Hong Kong and the rest of the world has been wining and dining at Gaddi's for over 60 years; the first restaurant in the East to serve up exquisite European cuisine, with a dining room replete with opulent embellishments that constitute a restaurant of indisputable excellence.
My wife and I were impressed by the quality of this beautiful restaurant’s food, service and ambiance. Unlike many of Hong Kong’s restaurants, the clientele here were quietly talking and enjoying the ambiance while a very talented quartet played softly in the background. Oh joy! We were able to communicate at normal volumes instead of having to resort to raising our voices or texting.
The food was outstanding. High quality ingredients, excellently prepared and very well presented. The service was everything one might expect from a very good French restaurant and, much to my delight, the dress code appeared to be effectively enforced. The female singer was outstanding, as were the instrumentalists. Their music was never intrusive.
One slightly amusing incident occurred when my Grand Mariner soufflé arrived. Before I could stop him, the young waiter inserted a walnut sized lump of ice cream deep into the centre of it. I’m always ready to try a new twist on a favorite dish but when I said “that’s new” the waiter responded with thinly veiled condescension saying “that Sir, is how Grand Mariner soufflé is served”.
His reaction amused me because I am a very well travelled 70 year old who is no stranger to fine dining. It occurred to me that I have probably had more Grand Mariner soufflés in my life than he has had haircuts and, if my memory serves me correctly, most (if not all) of my soufflés were served sans ice cream. Other than that rookie mistake his service was very good but perhaps a short course on diplomacy is in order.
Bottom line, an excellent restaurant well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 935 reviews
This our special dinner during our honeymoon & it truly lived up to all expectations. The restaurant was not overly crowded - so we had a special experience. We did the wine pairing and enjoyed it heavily! We felt like they really were celebrating our honeymoon with us - which was fantastic. The food throughout the meal was presented extremely well and also super good. My husband does not try many things - but seemed to like everything in the meal. I love long meals with a lot of different courses - we really lucked out with an amazing evening. One for us to remember for a long time.
4.5 based on 612 reviews
The restaurant is proud to have retained its Michelin star for the eighth year running. Using the finest organic ingredients and seasonally inspired produce, we offer an exciting, fresh interpretation of grill classics. Such acclaimed cuisine requires an equally stunning setting and our Sir Terence Conran-designed space never fails to impress. Overlooking Statue Square and Chater Garden, décor is wonderfully vibrant with a moulded scallop-inspired ceiling, Gerard D’A Henderson paintings and a central banquette. Child policy: Children aged 6 years or above are welcome. Dress code: Smart-casual attire. We request that guests refrain from wearing shorts (of any length), torn jeans, sportswear, singlets, collarless T-shirts, flip flops and gentlemen's sandals.
Great location, right in the middle of Central. Super professional staff. Excellent food. Almost insane prices, even by HK, London, or NY standards - excellent fish but for GBP 100 per dish it certainly can. Restaurant is full regardless, so I suppose that it is not a blocking point for now.
4.5 based on 246 reviews
DiVino Wine Bar and Restaurant has become one of Hong Kong's most popular hangouts since it opened in 2003, with its relaxed and comfortable atmosphere and service by friendly staff. Using a constantly changing assortment of traditional Italian ingredients, Corporate Chef of DiVino Group, Chef Michele Senigaglia introduces the latest craze that sweeps through Milan - a focus on more casual enjoyment of a wider variety of delicate dishes. In other words, dining that is ideal for sharing with friends. DiVino Wine Bar & Restaurant, named Hong Kong's Favourite Wine Bar in HK Magazine, was cited in the LUXE Guide to Hong Kong and Macau - the regional travel and style bible that showcases only the best of Asian lifestyle. DiVino has the largest selection of "wines by the glass" in any independent wine bar in Hong Kong.
My husband and I dined here on a 2 day stopover on our way from Bali to USA. The restaurant is in a lively street, the restaurant was full and energetic without being noisy. I ordered Pene Jerome, with a delicious truffle sauce. Waiter was...MoreHi greatatrip!!, Thank you very much for your perfect rating. We are thrilled about your positive experience with us. Hope to see you again in the future! Ciao, Randy
4.5 based on 365 reviews
Located on the 25th floor, our Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant serves exquisite local and regional specialities. Often referred to as Hong Kong’s most beautiful dining space, Man Wah’s décor and panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong skyline provide the perfect setting. With walls adorned with original paintings on silk, and lacquered enamel and gold-plated ceiling lamps fashioned to resemble birdcages, Man Wah’s design is as celebrated as the menu. Visit for dinner and enjoy your meal against a backdrop of sparkling city lights or stop by at lunchtime for dim sum dishes that are the talk of the city. Child policy: On Sat, Sun and for lunch on public holidays, all children are welcome in Man Wah. From Mon - Fri, children aged 6 and above are welcome. Dress code: The dress code is smart casual attire. We request that guests refrain from wearing shorts (of any length), torn jeans, sportswear, singlets, collarless T-shirts, flip flops and gentlemen's sandals.
On the 25th floor of Mandarin Oriental Hotel with nice Chinese style decoration and great service. All the Dim Sum dishes ordered were nicely prepared, tasty and hot. Appetizers were also very good and we finished off with good crab vermicelli noodles.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Cafe Gray Deluxe, A 21st Century Grand Cafe, Offers Stunning Views of Victoria Harbor. The Restaurant Marks the Return To Hong Kong of Celebrated Chef Gray Kunz, with His Unique Style of Modern European Classics, and Signature Dishes From a Lifetime of Leading the Finest Kitchens in Europe, Asia and America.
Quite a few years going and my recent revisit, the restaurant still feels newish and relevant.
The views are as spectacular as we remembered with a nice cosy feel although could improve the lighting.
The menu has good variety with even a set vegan offering which was a treat for one of us who waz in fact a vegan.
The spare ribs was especially good with a spicy tinge and me at that literally fell off the bone.
There's a good dessert selection but I would skip that for the complimentary ones if delicious dark and milk chocolate chunks.
4.5 based on 922 reviews
Located on Level 102, Michelin-Starred restaurant - Tosca offers innovative Italian cuisine in a dramatically stylish setting. Relive the passion and enchantment of one the world’s most beloved operas through the inspired cuisine of Tosca. High ceilings, stately Fountains and majestic chandeliers lend a Romanesque feeling to this stylish dining destination, open for lunch, dinner and Sunday Brunch. The innovative Italian menu features improved favorites and thrilling interpretations of the region’s notable cuisine, and an open kitchen allows guests an even more theatrical dining experience.
Amazing view of Victoria harbour from our window table, excellent fine dining italian food and an iternational team.Chef Pino was superb and we really thankful for his suggestion especially the Tiramisu'.
The wine list is extensive and well manteined
4.5 based on 657 reviews
An ideal all-day dining venue from breakfast, lunch, and accompanied by live band performance during afternoon tea and dinner.
As long as you are smartly dressed . No vests or shorts ...then you can go up and get a great view of Hong Kong Island. Great views, even from the rest room. The drinks are probably plus 30 per cent on normal Hk prices but worth it for the view alone. They have a restaurant too although i did not try that
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Refined authentic Cantonese cuisine, traditional Dim Sum complemented with a premium variety of teas. Private rooms are available for special occasions. Experience our six-course degustation menu, showcasing the brilliant presentation and overall culinary excellence that have earned Tin Lung Heen the distinction of two Michelin stars.
The views are breathtaking. The views were only topped by the views at our pre-dinner drinks in the next-door Lounge & Bar overlooking HK island. Whilst we didn't order bird's nest, sea cucumber and those other Chinese delicacies, we did order a range of Cantonese dishes that were truly excellent. Service was faultless. Shout out to Raymond and Eric for their continued attentive service.
5 based on 89 reviews
Komune Brings People Together. This is your new neighbourhood Wong Chuk Hang-out, a slice of laidback life for those all-day cravings. A fresh Hong Kong concept built on key community collaborations, at Komune, we've teamed-up with the world's best for a restaurant unlike any other – creative cocktails, generous sharing plates and ultra-cool tunes, all in one spacious place.
The food is exceptional, I loved the "Tiradito", a carpaccio/sashimi of Hamachi fish served with a great combination of citrus and species. The langoustines are also another nice surprise, perfectly cooked and extremely fresh.
Moreover, the meat is also excellent, I tasted the wagyu steak, juicy and delicious, melts in your mouth. The slow cooked short ribs are also a good option to go for meat lovers.
The overall experience is of a fine dining restaurant, even the prices are unheard of for Hong Kong, extremely reasonable.
The setup is also good for gathering with friends or family, as feels spacious even when is crowded, with half of the tables in the Terrace and half indoor.
If you get to the Terrace before dinner, you may even enjoy the view of the sunset. Definitely coming back to Komune, great work!!
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.