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Bo Innovation

Chinese 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are so many places to have dinner in Hong Kong, but one of my favorites for creative Chinese cuisine is BO Innovation in Wan Chai. — Afar Magazine

In a city that treats food almost like its own religion, Bo Innovation still manages to amaze its patrons with its innovative, molecular cuisine. — Forbes Travel Guide

What’s important is the experience—you’re stuck in an intimate setting and what you’re given to eat is at the mercy of the captain, but by the end you’ll follow Leung off the plank. — BlackBook

Chef Alvin Leung Jr. presents "X-treme Chinese Cuisine" in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong. — Gayot

This self-identified 'X-Treme' restaurant takes classic Chinese dishes apart and reassembles them in surprising ways using the sci-fi techniques of molecular gastronomy. — Lonely Planet

Lung King Heen

Chinese 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lung King Heen serves predominantly Cantonese fare, but there are many dishes from other provinces, and it’s hard to categorize nowadays. Best just to call it Chinese food. — BlackBook

Known for its light twists on regional classics such as scallop and prawn dumplings, while the xiao long bao come in tiny individual baskets so that the soup doesn't leak out. — Condé Nast Traveler

The lightly fried pork looks golden and actually tastes golden, while the spring onion has been julienned with startling precision. — Travel + Leisure

Spectacular Cantonese food steals the scene from the harbour views this is the first Chinese restaurant in the world to be awarded three Michelin stars. — Insight Guides

A serious case for being the best Cantonese restaurant in Hong Kong... you'll be forced to reevaluate your entire notion of Chinese cuisine. — Fodor's

SPOON by Alain Ducasse

French 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You’ll either love or hate this expensive, cutting-edge French restaurant. — Rough Guide

Dinner at this seductive venue is more than a meal -- it's an experience. — Frommer's

A ceiling lined, appropriately enough, with spoons; an impressive glass cellar holding around 600 wines; stylish surroundings and fantastic views. — Michelin Guide

In case you’re wondering, you’re allowed to use a spork. Long the very definition of high-end dining in Hong Kong, Spoon has lost some of its luster. — BlackBook

Owned by world-famous chef Alain Ducasse, this Michelin two-starred restaurant is located on the ground floor of the InterContinental Hotel, overlooking Victoria Harbour. — Travel + Leisure

Caprice (Central)

French 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A gorgeous venue with a massive open kitchen, rare for a French restaurant this size and scale, Caprice is an attractive space with superb views of Victoria Harbour. — Forbes Travel Guide

Service is expectedly excellent, and restaurant manager Jeremy Evrard makes the utmost effort to ensure that every guest is well taken care of. — Fodor's

Dominating this glamorous room is a raised open kitchen which is framed by a jewelled canopy. — Michelin Guide

Ensconced in the sleek Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, this is one of the places to dine in Hong Kong, and deservedly so. — Frommer's

You might not want to come to Hong Kong to eat French food, but that would be a mistake, because Caprice is soooooooo good. Soooooooo good. — BlackBook

Yan Toh Heen

Chinese 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Hong Kong's top Cantonese eateries, this elegant restaurant with large windows treats diners to views of the harbor. — Frommer's

Regarded as one of Hong Kong’s best for cutting-edge Cantonese cooking – and for the excellent service and harbour views. — Rough Guide

When it took over from the Regent, InterContinental Hong Kong put itself on the map with its first-rate selection of restaurants, including Yan Toh Heen. — Gayot

This Cantonese restaurant in the InterContinental Hong Kong sets formal elegance against expansive harbor views, and the food is at the top of its class. — Fodor's

Delightful sweet barbecued pork buns, steamed rice-flour cannelloni with diced scallop and crabmeat, and crispy spring rolls with shredded chicken and the glorious zing of pickles. — Travel + Leisure

Amber at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

French 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Frequently topping best-restaurant lists, two-Michelin-starred Amber is the platform upon which executive chef Richard Ekkebus displays his culinary flair through a menu of modern French cuisine. — Condé Nast Traveler

Guests at Amber escape the clamour of Hong Kong’s Central district to relax on caramel leather sofas in an elegantly low-lit bar on the seventh floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. — The World's 50 Best Restaurants

Amber is the signature restaurant of The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong hotel. — Gayot

Once you’ve sampled Chef Ekkebus’ interpretations of traditional French cuisine, such as the Mieral Bresse pigeon, you will warm to Amber. — Lonely Planet

Located inside the Five-Star Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, Amber offers an elegant dining experience. — Forbes Travel Guide

Luk Yu Tea House

Chinese 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The sixty or so items on the menu cover classics like char shui bao pork dumplings, birds nest soup, sweet-and-sour pork and lesser known local flavors like wok-fried beef with walnuts. — Gayot

A favorite of writers and tea connoisseurs, this dim sum restaurant and tea house was already famous for its colonial style and traditional manners. — BlackBook

The best—and certainly the most traditional—dim sum in town is served here. — Concierge

Smart surroundings and Cantonese cuisine about as authentic as it gets are the main attractions, and the old world charm of the building doesn't hurt either. — DK Eyewitness

Those looking for a slice of a bygone era should make a point of dining here. — Frommer's

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

French 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sit at the counter if you want to be at the centre of the operation, but if perching on a high chair is not for you or you want a little more formality, then Le Jardin is the better choice. — Michelin Guide

Bypass the couture brands on the lower floors at Hong Kong'€™s swanky Landmark shopping mall because the true glamour here is gastronomic. — Gayot

Joël Robuchon, one of the most iconic chefs in the world, claims that his atelier (or "artist's workshop") is for contemporary casual dining. — Fodor's

This red-and-black workshop of the celebrity chef’s three-part wonder in Hong Kong has a tantalising list of tapas... and a 70-page wine list. — Lonely Planet

Joel Robuchon’s latest opus is a distillation of the legendary chef’s perfection. I use the word “distillation” on purpose—this is a tiny little restaurant on the 4th floor of a mall. — BlackBook

T'ang Court - The Langham, Hong Kong

Chinese 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A well-trained staff at T’ang Court rounds out the experience with formal but warm service; it will help you navigate the menu and make sure that your tea never goes cold. — Forbes Travel Guide

As befitting a restaurant named after China’s greatest dynasty, T’ang Court has mastered the art of Cantonese cooking, from baked oysters on the half-shell to an honest plate of greens. — Lonely Planet

Drawing such former guests as Jackie Chan, this Michelin two-starred restaurant serves gourmet Cantonese cuisine inside the Langham Hong Kong hotel. — Travel + Leisure

This fancy restaurant offers its own interpretations of classic Cantonese dim sum on an extensive menu and even a complete dim sum lunch. — Frommer's

Rich silks and contemporary art line the walls of the lavishly furnished main dining room, on the first floor above the hotel's grand lobby. — Michelin Guide

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Tim Ho Wan

85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Crowds queue round the block to eat at this apparently insignificant place. — Rough Guide

The atmosphere is typical of a local tea house and hums with general contentment. There are over twenty different dim sum choices, along with a few desserts, and the menu changes each month. — Michelin Guide

Even if you arrive well before the 10 a.m. opening, the line will already stretch out the door. Persevere: it leads to the city’s lightest barbecued-pork buns and most supple rice-flour rolls. — Travel + Leisure

This award-winning eatery serves some of the city’s best dim sum. — Fodor's

A former Four Seasons dim-sum chef re-creates his magic in the first budget dim sum eatery to receive a Michelin star. — Lonely Planet

The Pawn by Tom Aikens

International 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Comfort food staples like macaroni and cheese are taken to the next level with the inclusion of fresh lobster meat, making for an irresistible and filling combination at this buzzy concept restaurant. — Travel + Leisure

Spacious verandahs and a roof garden proffer the ironic panorama of the surrounding skyscrapers while the Anglo comfort food menu takes many patrons back to their own culinary heritage. — Gayot

You'll find this restaurant, which specialises in healthy, home-style Cantonese dishes along with some Sichuan specialities. — Michelin Guide

This historic 1888 building, formerly housing a Chinese pawn shop among other tenants, has been converted by local artist and film director Stanley Wong into an "adult playground". — Frommer's

Inside a refurbished old heritage pawn shop, the Pawn serves high-end British gastro-pub fare in a truly stunning environment. — Fodor's

Hutong

Chinese 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The menu—as endless as the views—is traditional Chinese from across the nation: platters of crispy, fatty lamb ribs; braised Mandarin fish fillets with spicy black-bean sauce. — Condé Nast Traveler

Entering Hutong, which has one Michelin star, is like walking onto a Zhang Yimou film set. — Lonely Planet

It's not hard to see why Hutong is one of the hottest tables in Hong Kong: it has some of the most imaginative food in town, yet it's completely Chinese. — Fodor's

The fare is northern Chinese, but made into Hutong trademarks with novel ingredients. — Travel + Leisure

This stylish eatery located in the Central district is inspired by the style of cooking from the Peking and Shandong provinces. — Gayot

One Harbour Road

Chinese 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Cantonese cuisine is traditional but excellent—for best results, order from among the rotating seasonal dishes and be sure to ask the sommelier for wine pairing recommendations. — Fodor's

Staying true to his roots by using traditional seasonings and cooking techniques, Tim elevates typically simple dishes with artful presentations and seasonal ingredients. — Forbes Travel Guide

The extensive menu offers straightforward, traditional Cantonese fare, with no nouvelle nuances or foreign influences. — Frommer's

This was among Hong Kong'€™s first Chinese restaurants to eliminate MSG from its dishes, which makes it a favorite of visiting foreigners. — Gayot

This airy, hushed dining room, with its plush chairs and small pond fed by a tinkling waterfall, is the place to linger over lunch in Wan Chai. — Travel + Leisure

Dong Lai Shun

Chinese 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

While the mainland outlets of this Běijīng chain are of varying quality, this Hong Kong branch is excellent. — Lonely Planet

This Northern Chinese restaurant is known for its mutton hot pot, but it's the oxtail in black vinegar sauce that will really win you over. — Fodor's

The first Dong Lai Shun was founded in 1903 in Peking, and has been successfully transplanted to the basement of the Royal Garden hotel. — Michelin Guide

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Duddell's

83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The cuisine is classic Cantonese, with signature dishes ranging from crispy salted chicken and barbecued suckling pig to fried beef cube with wasabi and soy sauce, along with dim sum for lunch. — Frommer's

Light Cantonese fare served in riveting spaces enhanced by artwork. — Lonely Planet

Art and food come together in this beautiful two-story establishment, which encompasses a bar, garden terrace, and dining room. — Fodor's

As a social hub for the creative community, Duddell’s combines fine dining with a guest-curated programme of art, talks, film screenings and performances. — Wallpaper

Not your average dim sum join, Duddell's culinary profile mirrors its eclectic approach to interior design. Classic Cantonese dishes are given a Western twist. — Travel + Leisure

Din Tai Fung

Chinese 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Taiwan chain has finally invaded Hong Kong and brought along its famous xiaolongbao, or soup dumplings. — BlackBook

Whether it’s comfort food or a carb fix you’re craving, the dumplings and noodles at this Michelin-starred Taiwanese chain will do the trick. — Lonely Planet

Mr Yang opened up his dumpling shop in Taiwan back in 1958 and focused on delivering service, price and quality; there are now branches in all major Asian cities. — Michelin Guide

Originally from Taiwan, this global restaurant chain is most famous for their expertly made dumplings. — Fodor's

The lines continue to snake out the front door at the reliable dim sum and noodle eatery that has also expanded onto mainland China and even the U.S. — Gayot

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Yung Kee Restaurant

Chinese 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Up there with Luk Yu Tea House, this centrally located, authentic Cantonese restaurant, is a larger, more impersonal, and often more crowded place. — DK Eyewitness

The goose roasting in the coal-fired ovens here has been the talk of the town since 1942. Celebrities and other well-to-dos are regular diners. — Lonely Planet

With its rags-to-riches history spanning more than seven decades, the Yung Kee is truly a Hong Kong institution. — Insight Guides

Close to Hong Kong's famous nightlife and dining district of Lan Kwai Fong, Yung Kee has become a local institution since it first opened shop as a street-food stall in 1942. — Fodor's

Founder Kam Shui Fai’s reputation for roasted goose began at his humble street-side food stall before the onset of World War II. — Travel + Leisure

Pierre at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

French 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 25th floor of the Mandarin Oriental offers a taste of contemporary French fare from well-known chef Pierre Gagnaire. — Travel + Leisure

Entrees mix traditional with creative, like French oysters in a light banana mousse, dill/vodka/lime granite-poached langoustines, or foie gras soup with raspberry gelee bites. — Gayot

The godfather of fusion, Pierre Gagnaire, has created a provocative menu that reflects his talented understanding of food and its flavours. — Lonely Planet

The top floor of the Mandarin Oriental provides suitably chic surroundings for celebrated French chef Pierre Gagnaire's culinary pyrotechnics. — Michelin Guide

From an extremely reasonable one-hour express lunch to a leisurely dinner or multiple-course degustation, all of Pierre’s dishes present French cuisine in its most original interpretation. — Forbes Travel Guide

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Tosca

Italian 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tosca, which draws its name from the famed Puccini opera, presents a fittingly dramatic scene for dining in The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. — Gayot

The views at Tosca can be hit-or-miss, depending on how clear the skies are on the day you visit. — Fodor's

He looks to the southern end of Italy for inspiration, offering a menu abundant with seafood and bright, briny Mediterranean flavors, classic in conception, perhaps, but ultramodern in presentation. — Forbes Travel Guide

There's a pleasing southern Italian accent to the extensive menu; dishes to look out for include tagliolini with prawns and chilli, and mountain lamb chops with roast potatoes and black olives. — Michelin Guide

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Tin Lung Heen

Chinese 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The view from the 102nd floor alone is almost enough of a reason to dine at Tin Lung Heen, but this excellent Cantonese restaurant would be worth a visit in any location. — Forbes Travel Guide

'Dragon in the sky' is a very apposite name as this good looking Cantonese restaurant occupies a large part of the 102nd floor of the Ritz-Carlton hotel. — Michelin Guide

Perched on the 102nd floor of the International Commerce Centre at The Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong, Tin Lung Heen is a grand restaurant with views and service to match. — Gayot

The decor here is formal and imposing – you expect Hu Jin Tao to walk in any minute for his fried rice. — Lonely Planet

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