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Asian
Central
11 reviews
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
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Asian
Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
13 reviews
There's a strong theatrical element to owner-chef Alvin Leung's highly imaginative and innovative cooking. — Michelin Guide
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Asian
Tsim Sha Tsui
11 reviews
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
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European
Central
10 reviews
If cheese is your thing, the 3 Michelin starred Caprice at Four Seasons Hong Kong, has some of the best selection of cheeses in town — Afar Magazine
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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
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Asian
Hong Kong Island
8 reviews
The reason for its popularity is the twenty different kinds of traditional Cantonese dim sum - made by hand with fresh ingredients - and the reasonable prices charged. — Michelin Guide
8
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Asian
Tsim Sha Tsui
9 reviews
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
8
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Asian
Central
9 reviews
In contrast to the contemporary look of the space, the Cantonese cooking is based on traditional methods, although the kitchen's skill is obvious and the quality of the ingredients palpable. — Michelin Guide
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Cafe
Central
12 reviews
The spirit of old Hong Kong is brought to life in this teahouse that's known as much for its dim sum as for tea. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Central
8 reviews
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
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French
Central
6 reviews
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
8
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Cafe
Admiralty
7 reviews
Cafe Gray Deluxe is a suitably cool restaurant to have on the 49th floor of the fashionable Upper House hotel. — Michelin Guide
8
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Asian
Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
7 reviews
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
8
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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
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Asian
West Kowloon
6 reviews
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
8
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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
8
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Asian
Tsim Sha Tsui
6 reviews
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
8
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European
Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
7 reviews
You'll find this restaurant, which specialises in healthy, home-style Cantonese dishes along with some Sichuan specialities. — Michelin Guide
8
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Asian
Tsim Sha Tsui
7 reviews
As you'd expect from a restaurant in the Peninsula Hong Kong, this is a very refined and civilized place for the humble dim sum. — Frommer's
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Japanese
Central
8 reviews
This funky izakaya has been serving good (though pricey) Japanese food since it opened in 2007, following the huge success of its London restaurant. — Fodor's
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