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7 expert recommendations
The dinner menu is artistic, and while rooted in French cooking, includes bright Asian touches as demonstrated by items such as the citrus-and-yuzu-pepper-crusted Boston lobster. Full review →
While the iconic view of the Hong Kong skyline shines in neon outside, the elegant, warm ambiance inside brings the focus to the modern European dishes created by chef Yoshiharu Kaji. Full review →
Located on the Peninsula Hong Kong's top floor, this strikingly avant-garde restaurant was designed by Philippe Starck. Full review →
Entertaining appetizers include the pan-fried goose liver with rhubarb and apple in a port reduction and marinated Tasmanian salmon with guacamole. Full review →
There are views and there are breathtaking views - and the Peninsula's top floor restaurant certainly provides diners with the latter. Full review →
Architect-designed restaurant with incredible views of Hong Kong Island (especially from the gents’ toilets) which alone warrant a visit.
The glowing harbor from this restaurant's 28th floor window resembles a nautical Times Square with boats beating their way across the water. Full review →