Located in the heart of Hong Kong, L'Atelier is one among the many culinary gems established by celebrated Chef Joël Robuchon. Like your visit to any other L'Atelier across the world, here too you will be greeted with the signature red and black décor. Here diners can reserve seats at the counter if they wish to witness the chefs in action. For those looking to indulge in an intimate dinner, the many private rooms of the restaurant play the perfect hosts. While La Carte serves those with the luxury of time, the Bento boxes come handy for hurried diners. The windowed cellar promises to entice you with thousands of bottles of some of the finest wine in the country. Do reserve a table at L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon to experience fine dining at its best.
Yardbird is a modern yakitori eatery. The restaurant is the brainchild of chef Matt Abergel, whose repertoire includes establishments like Massa in New York and Zuma in Hong Kong. In fact, Yardbird does have a distinct New York City vibe with its sleek, minimalist lines and black-clad servers. Though Yardbird does offer a variety of chicken skewers, the menu also has dishes that use each and every part of the bird - neck, wings, skin et al. Stand-out items on the restaurant's menu include the chicken breast skewers, the chicken meatball served with an egg yolk dipping sauce, the kimchi fried cauliflower and the crispy chicken fried rice. Also on offer are innovative, expertly mixed cocktails like Whiskey Lemonade and a variety of wine, sake and beer.
This restaurant is so high profile that it even has branches in Japan - the Johnson Road branch is the flagship eatery. But be prepared to pay premium prices if you plan on dining here as you can expect nothing less than an absolute feast. Just about every known - and unknown - Cantonese dish is available and you may find yourself having trouble deciding. Be prepared to spend some time lingering over the menu but know that at the end of every selection, is a satisfied diner.
Located in the Grand Hyatt, Grissini's is one of the top Hong Kong restaurants for business lunches and dinners. Vast black marble columns, colonnaded arches and geometrical wooden flooring create an elegant atmosphere in which to sample creamy risottos, baked sea bass topped with black olives and pine nuts, as well as rack of lamb. Their collection of fine wines is quite impressive as well. The service is courteous and efficient and the dishes are perfect for those with an appetite and a big budget.
The tasty and authentic Thai dishes are worth lining up for in this popular and frequently packed restaurant. Regular clients know the score and usually reserve in advance. Excellent starters are the Thai beef salad, and the sweet and sour prawn soup. Rich and fragrant green curries are also popular here. Anyone expecting mildly spiced food should watch out though, as these Thai dishes are usually flavored with fiery spices.
An old favorite with expatriates, especially the British, Jimmy's has been established for more than 70 years. The wider choice of Asian dishes has been attracting a more cosmopolitan crowd over recent years. Comfortable and private, the booths provide seclusion without destroying the slightly old fashioned atmosphere. Just about everything on the menu works, from the heavy European fare, such as borscht, roasts, goulash and bangers and mash, to the more esoteric Asian dishes. Meatless options mean vegetarians will not go hungry and the children's menu is extensive. An additional location is at 29 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.
East meets west at this fine dining restaurant in Wan Chai. Wagyu Takumi offers a unique blend of traditional French flavors with seasonal Japanese ingredients. Have a seat by their open kitchen as chef Konishi and his team display fine culinary skills to plate up picture-perfect dishes. Some of their specialties include Komatsuma Soup, Barley Risotto and variations of the Charcoal Grilled Wagyu Beef. The elegant decor and warm color palette lend a sophistication to the ambiance.
Nestled within the premises of Roganic, Aulis is an intimate chef's table managed by Simon Rogan that can accommodate 12 people. Here your tasting menu will be complemented by a non-alcoholic beverage or wine. Be prepared for a unique culinary journey.
Bound by Hillywood is a hip café opened in Tsim Tsa Tsui by the same owners of Hillywood Bar which was initially running in this spot. However, they have made some changes where now you will be served your delicious food at the table by their amicable staff instead of self-service. This trendy café has incorporated some of the elements of the Hillywood bar like neon lights, excellent drinks and amazing music. Their drinks have an authentic taste that comes from the local rice liquor and packs a punch in your classic drink. Try their Wing Lee Wai Rice Wine if you are looking to experiment with something new or order a cup of premium coffee.
Tearapy is a beautiful bright café that is opened in Mongkok serving some of the most Instgrammable teas and coffee. The café boasts chic modern interiors with elements like classy marble top tables and neon sign walls for capturing gorgeous pictures in the sunlight. Dirty Brown Sugar Pearl Milk of rich cocoa milk decorated with brown sugar crystals is the customer’s favorite for its taste and stunning presentation. You can also choose from a variety of small plates like pasta or a lip-smacking salmon panini to go with your delicious beverage. Order the Kiwi Cloud Ice tea to cool off in the summer heat.
This is a Japanese restaurant within the Hong Kong International Airport, Terminal 2, and it brings to travelers ‘Kaiten sushi concept’ that merges Kaiten sushi counter and sushi bar services into one. Using top quality and fresh ingredients from around the world, the restaurant serves over 80 varieties of sushi and sashimi, deep fried fish dishes, udon, salads, soups and desserts. The restaurant has a casual and colorful ambiance and one can watch the Japanese chef prepare their meals. It is an ideal place to enjoy a Japanese meal alone or in the company of friends or family before boarding your flight.