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Bo Innovation
9
$$$
Asian
Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
12 reviews
Bo Innovation is a small spot that serves 15-course menus at night and a shorter set menu at lunch. — The Infatuation
Caprice (Central)
9
$$$
European
Central
10 reviews
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
Lung King Heen
9
$$$
Asian
Central
10 reviews
The lightly fried pork looks golden and actually tastes golden, while the spring onion has been julienned with startling precision. — Travel + Leisure
Hutong
8
$$$
Asian
Tsim Sha Tsui
11 reviews
Entering Hutong, which has one Michelin star, is like walking onto a Zhang Yimou film set. — Lonely Planet
L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon
8
$$$
European
Central
8 reviews
Bypass the couture brands on the lower floors at Hong Kong'€™s swanky Landmark shopping mall because the true glamour here is gastronomic. — Gayot
Yan Toh Heen
8
$$$
Asian
Tsim Sha Tsui
9 reviews
The warm but professional staff strives to make even first-time visitors feel at home with personalized, attentive service. — Forbes Travel Guide
Amber
8
$$$
French
Central
8 reviews
Once you’ve sampled Chef Ekkebus’ interpretations of traditional French cuisine, such as the Mieral Bresse pigeon, you will warm to Amber. — Lonely Planet
Tim Ho Wan
8
$
Asian
Hong Kong Island
8 reviews
The cheap prices, modest exterior and informal atmosphere of his first outlet... come in stark contrast with the quality of the food. — Gayot
The Steak House Winebar + Grill
8
$$$
European
Tsim Sha Tsui
6 reviews
A gem inside InterContinental Hong Kong, The Steak House Winebar and Grill is known for its classic American surf ’n’ turf menu, abundant salad bar and swish interiors — Forbes Travel Guide
Luk Yu Tea House
8
$$
Cafe
Central
12 reviews
Those looking for a slice of a bygone era should make a point of dining here. — Frommer's
T'ang Court - The Langham, Hong Kong
8
$$$
Asian
Tsim Sha Tsui
5 reviews
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
One Harbour Road (Grand Hyatt Hong Kong)
8
$$$
Asian
Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
7 reviews
Staying true to his roots by using traditional seasonings and cooking techniques, Tim elevates typically simple dishes with artful presentations and seasonal ingredients. — Forbes Travel Guide
Tin Lung Heen
8
$$$
Asian
West Kowloon
6 reviews
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
Pierre
8
$$$
French
Central
6 reviews
From an extremely reasonable one-hour express lunch to a leisurely dinner or multiple-course degustation, all of Pierre’s dishes present French cuisine in its most original interpretation. — Forbes Travel Guide
Duddell's
8
$$$
Asian
Central
8 reviews
Equal parts cultural hotspot, arty-set hangout and top-class restaurant, Duddell's serves Michelin-starred Cantonese food in a sophisticated setting. — Condé Nast Traveler
Café Gray Deluxe
8
$$$
Cafe
Admiralty
7 reviews
Order the steak tartare and a side of chef Gray Kunz’s signature house-made ketchup or sea bass in ginger bouillon while taking in the amazing harbor views at the ultra-glam dining room. — Travel + Leisure
The Chairman
8
$$$
Asian
Central
7 reviews
Don’t be put off by the kitschy name. The Chairman is indeed a high-fliers’ dining hall, but in this convivial ambience the public are also welcome. — Lonely Planet
The Pawn
8
$$
European
Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
7 reviews
The modern British cooking uses herbs grown on the roof; expect the likes of fish pie, roast cod with celeriac, and dishes to share like braised short rib and Baked Alaska. — Michelin Guide
Tosca di Angelo
8
$$$
Italian
West Kowloon
5 reviews
Tosca, which draws its name from the famed Puccini opera, presents a fittingly dramatic scene for dining in The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. — Gayot
Zuma
8
$$$
Japanese
Central
8 reviews
The laser-like focus of Zuma's bartenders is second only to its list of 40 different sakes and contemporary Japanese cuisine — Condé Nast Traveler
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