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Hong Kong Restaurants

  • Jumbo Floating Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    The Jumbo kingdom floating restaurant is soOo unique! it's name came from where it is situated, obviously, floating in the aberdeen harbor. this restaurant is so popular among the locals and especially to the tourists. We went here to have lunch on my last day in HK but I think it's better if you go there at night since the restaurant is lighted...

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  • Chinese/Dim Sum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

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    Found this place to have dim sum at lunch and cantonese cuisine fine dining in causeway bay Must try Stewed Chicken with Hua Diao Wine Served in Hotpot Scrambled Italian Eggs with Sliced Beef Tenderloin Steamed Traditional Layer Cake https://www.facebook.com/CornucopiaFineDining 7/F, Cubus, 1 Hoi Ping Road, Causeway Bay +852 2323 7280

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  • Sweet Dynasty

    3.5 out of 5 stars

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    My family came straight after Ocean Park and with the cold air, our stomachs were really rumbling. We were game to try anything and everything that the restaurant has. Eating at this restaurant that's known for their dessert, you'll have to separate your stomachs into two portions - One to fit in the dinner, and two, no matter how full you are,...

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  • Yung Kee Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

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    Service was a bit slow due to the large numbers of people eating here on a Sunday afternoon but the food was delicious. Dim Sum menu was in English as well as Chinese and you order instead of getting it from carts as they pass by. An easy way to try Dim Sum for the first timer. Dim Sum-try the steamed dumplings, the fried shrimp dumplings, roasted...

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  • Cafe de Corral

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    see my video on eating in a Cafe' De Coral. Cafe' De Coral is Hong Kong's biggest and largest Chinese Fast Restaurant Chain (it is not a typical fast food chain but a fast, full service restaurant chain that offers lots of menu items!) Café de Coral is the largest a fast restaurant franchise based in Hong Kong and it also operates the Manchu Wok...

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  • Tsui Wah Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

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    I'm having my dinner with my family at this restaurant last week when i visited to HK and this restaurant is really impress me... My inital thought was HK people should be friendly and polite since it is a famous tourism place, but it is not... The staffs is so rude when taking order from the customers and once you finished your dish, they will...

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  • Street Vendors

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    I am not particularly adventurous when eating foreign cuisine so the many international flavours of Hong Kong are a safe choice for me. However saying this, I was talked into having a meal at a licensed Dai Pai Dong after a friend explained the strict guidelines that street vendors must now adhere to. Dai Pai Dong stalls used to be a common sight...

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  • McDonalds

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    being the number one fast food and Hamburger Brand in the World, Mc Donald's is one of the Global Food Icons and unless you are living under a rock or is a hermit, then you should really need to search the Net on what Is A Mc Donald's! nuff said! If you want to buy familiar, budget friendly and filling meal that is not related to Cantonese Food...

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  • Local Restaurants - General Info

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    If you're wondering why the Peak Cafe isn't at the Peak(Victoria Peak), it's because the joint lost its lease some time ago and after much hue and cry, it shifted to a spot in SOHO(Central). Well, I've been to place recently and I must say it has lost much of its former ambience. I had the resonably-priced set lunch Hk$88 and had a delicious...

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  • Maxims Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    For a taste of the dim sum scene, Maxim's Restaurant will be a good option. However, avoid it on weekends unless you're prepared to wait for over an hour at the reception with tickets and a number board-- it's that crowded! For the authentic Cantonese dim sum experience, order from the push cart/trolleys here. It's a matter of spontaneity and...

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  • Peninsula Hotel

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    The whole experience is fantastic, the views are awesome, the designer interior and the service is second to none. The choice and food are also excellent. For a special treat reserve a table at Felix ask for a window seat with a harbour view (make sure you also check out the toilets with their floor to ceiling windows) Rissotto with truffells

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  • Victoria Peak Cafes

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    If you thought of wasting time and like to sentiment while on the Peak Tower, try it in the Pacific Coffee Company. The fabulous view of the city is really comforting while taking a sip of that hot cup of coffee especially on a cold weather. You can also have time for internet since they have 2-5 computer desktops (as far as I remember) that you...

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  • Temple Street

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Temple Street provided us a real authentic taste of Hong Kong food and nightlife. This area is full of Chinese enjoying food, drink, shopping, and company. We decided to join them on all counts... We stopped at one of the dozens of small restaurants on the corner of Temple Street and a side road. I enjoyed a huge bottle of Tsing Tau Beer for HK$...

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  • Luk Yu Tea House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    I visited the place with a friend and the bill came up to HKD431 and we only ordered 6 items! Each normal dish (3 pieces of siew mai, etc) costs HKD45, rice dish costs HKD98, chinese tea HKD64. These are about 4 times the norm. To put this into context: my previous mean at One Dim Sum was about HKD150 - much more items and taste much better. The...

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  • Revolving 66

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    R66 has fantastic views and during the meal the whole place will rotate so that you see plenty of HK Island. The food is buffet style and about par to other buffets. There are two types of lifts going to the top floors. The first type is internal and the second external. If you are afraid of heights then avoid the one on the outside of the...

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  • Tai Cheung Bakery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

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    This egg tart shop was made famous by the patronage of Chris Patten (the last British governor of HK) - apparently he loved the egg tarts here. I finally made it here on the last day I was in HK and bought one to try. It cost just HK$3.80 (S$0.75)! Ok, I'll admit it - I was in such a rush to try it that I totally forgot to take a picture... but...

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  • Islam Food

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Even before leaving for Hong Kong, I had one goal in mind. If i dont see anything else, I must find the halal dim sum restaurant that was featured in The star. I almost gave up. But I eventually found the place - it was quite near Wan Chai, infact I only had to walk around for half an hour - even that was because i was in unfamiliar territories....

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  • Cafe Deco

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    We had lunch in the peak complex, and trying to escape fast food (that I hate) we went to Cafe Deco. We had a reasonable lunch, not too priced, with the impressive views at our side, across the large windows. Ice cream was a very good desert

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  • Macau Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Egg tart is famous dessert from Macau. Years ago the food was very hot in Taiwan. Egg tart shops opened one after one. However, finally it resulted in bubbles in Taipei city. It's really nice experience to try the famous dessert in Macau restaurant. We ate and found why they succeed: warm, good taste, nice price.

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  • Hui Lau Shan

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Hi... I have been to Hui Lau Shan so many times...& loved their drinks...I have tried so many different flavors..... Is there anyone who could Please tell me about their drink recipe ? I would be very thankful..... Contact me on : nitz24online@yahoo.com mango coconut drink

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  • Rainbow Seafood Resturant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Superb fresh seafood with a light taste. Staff are frantic but when you catch one are helpful. Very light and clean surroundings. You may wish to take a jumper in spring/autumn. The free ferry across (when you book in advance) is an experience. Scallops with ginger and spring onion are to die for. Tender and tastey.

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  • Peking Garden

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Peking Garden Restaurant located right on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront in the Star House complex is a bit of an institution in Hong Kong. This is a popular place for tourists wanting to try the "national dish of China" as well as a large variety of favourite Chinese cuisine. On the night I was there it was busy, noisy and full of families. Overall...

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  • Kublai's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Kublai's is now named "Nomads". Enjoy some great Mongolian style food served buffet style where you can watch your dinner being prepared or return to your table and enjoy a drink until your served. Nomads offers a wide variety of food items to choose from IE... Lamb, Beef, assorted Fish, Veggies, Rice and for a twist Pizza.

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  • Moevenpick - Marche

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    It's a supermarket style restaurant where you're given a ticket and you go around picking out your food and getting stamped as you go. It's interesting but quite intimidating before you start because there are 2 floors to go around getting food from. The selection is varied and you get everything from vegetable dishes to steaks, noodles to...

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  • American Peking Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Very surly service, upstairs is slightly more welcoming but don't let it put you off the food in here is fantastic, and the surly service is all part of the experience. Sizzling prawns and prawn toast is my favourite it is sooo good. Although my husband would disagree he likes the sweet and sour pork and minced pork and egg plant in a chilli sauche...

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  • Yee Shun Milk Company

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Double boiled milk desserts - hot or cold, with ginger or without. Coffee and egg variations. Shakes as well. It's small, crowded, flourescent lit, with a dizzying turnover of customers, efficient service... and you can get keyring souvenirs! If it's hot outside (usually the case): cold, plain dessert (Seung pei nai). If I've got a cold and want...

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  • Dan Ryan's Chicago Grill

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    This is one of the most rescommanded restaurant in a Hong kong restaurant website called openrice. This restaurant like its competitors such as Hard Rock, Friday's, has a very American style ambience. It is fully decorated with American posts and small kits. we were there a day after Halloween; thus, I saw a lot of pumpkins placing all around. The...

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  • Noodles

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    I don't know if the name of the shop "The Pond Records" I posted with the correct meaning but it could be read so and was written in kanji. The shop was a clean Cantonese noodle shop with a lot of menu. The soup is clear and salty and the noodles are thin. Very nice for a three-o'clock refreshments. The shop was full of customers and it is...

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  • Super Star Seafood Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    One day in Hongkong we had Dim Sum for Lunch. That is something everybody should try in Hongkong: all those delicious snacks! After lunch we joined a Dim Sum Cooking Class. That was not so much that welearned how to "cook" Dim Sum, but is was a great show. An impressive Chinese cook with a chef's hat showed us how to fill the Dim Sum and decorate...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Naughty I know but if you are fed up with Chinese food then this is the place to come! I had barbeque pork ribs, chicken and chips and chicken wings to start! There is a good atmosphere with music videos playing and we also saw a band there playing covers which were good. There are also a few internet terminals with free access. Opening hours:...

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  • Taco Loco

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    having lived in hk for 10 years, i still do not understand some of these reviews which say the food is good. the food could be forgiven if not for 1) other mexican places which are... although not great by authentic standards at least better than here 2) service being super bad. i empathize with the reviewer who stated she was berated by the...

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  • City Hall Chinese Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Maxims is somewhat of an institution in Hong Kong. If you wish to see what all the fuss is about then expect to queue, mainly with other tourists also wanting to "experience the experience that is yum cha or dim sum depending on where you live". There are plenty of well known and popular dim sum restaurants throughout the city where locals meet to...

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  • Fat Angelo

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    The food is good, but not great. The ambience and the name of the restaurant got me to go in.Felt like I was in Little Italy in NYC. The deal breaker was the big Happy Hour sign displayed and I was thirsty. Lasagna, it was good and I was looking for pasta. My friend had spaghetti and meatballs. Having been out of our country for months I look...

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  • Hello Kitty Cafe

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    If you have children or even if you are a fan of the Japanese (Sanrio) character Hello Kitty, then you must come to this cafe. Everything is Hello Kitty - including the pancake, the cakes - comes in the kitty face shape, the spoons, plates etc. There is a connecting original Hello Kitty shop next door. But there are just as many unlicensed shops...

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  • Chuen Kee Seafood Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Freshness is the key to all seafood restaurant since some are quick allergic with seafood. The food chosen here are made freshly from water tank directly to kitchen. You can choose how to cook and what to cook with. Besides, the place itself locates next to the sea; inside, owner try to decorate this place with Chinese calligraphy. To sum up, it's...

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  • Chao Inn

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Good food (Chiense dim sum), good service, and with fantastic harbour view! average spending HK$100 per person. Mon- Fri before 12noon got special discount, all dim sum 50% off, average HK$50 per person. There's a new branch in airport departure hall, heard they also have good food. Fried Raddish Cake with spicy XO sauce. Shanghainese...

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  • Bodhi Vegetarian Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    To us dear Vegitarians/ Vegans - we are not forgotten! Whats really nice about these restraunts is their Buddhist connections and are thus also visited by monks. Such restaurants can be found all over Hong Kong. I havnt visted all but i thought i'd just add a list of all the vegan and Vego restraunts around Honkers: Chinese restaurants Bo Kong...

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  • Taj Mahal

    5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    The best place to have Indian curry (cheap and good quality) is definately Chung King Mansion. Despite the outside enviroment and that you have pass through those disturbing sales people downstairs, once you get into the restaurant, you don't really feels like you're in Chung King Mansion at all. The price is around HK$100 per person, including...

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  • Golden Elephant Thai Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    One of the first thai food establishments in Hong Kong, Golden Elephant offers exotic food at a reasonable price. Most foods are mild spicy, & if you want it Thai style hot, you will need to request it. Both lunch & dinner buffet are at good prices, with many food to choose from. You could also order seperate dishes & they cost around $ 80 - 220...

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  • Icecream/Desserts/Cakes

    5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    Since I heard so much about Asia's first Crabtree and Evelyn's first teahouse at Wanchai, I boarded the star ferry from Kowloon one day in search of this place. And finally I did, in a nondescript shopping centre just opposite of a local public pool. The tea set for one (HK$198) though pricey was a lovely experience. After taking your order, the...

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  • Oliver's Super Sandwich

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    when I first saw this restaurant it was late in the evening and we ate there for the dinner.. But the best part of the restaurant is, its wonderful choices for breakfast... The restaurant has several menus. You can choose a menu with omlet or a menu with a very nice sandwiche. The choices in the menu are very good and the prices are moderate...

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  • Pacific Coffee

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    nice coffee's as Pacific Coffee is the first local Hong Kong Coffee Chain that was patterned after the Pacific Northwest Coffee Regions of Washington and Oregon in the United States as this was founded in Hong Kong by a local american Expatriate named Thomas Neir, who was from Seattle (home of Starbucks) and they started their first store in 1991...

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  • NEWWAY Karaokay.

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    25 July 2008 went to CEO Neway Karaokay in Causeway Bay with a few Western white people. What a rip off! For local, they charge HK$98 including buffet, 2 drinks, private karaoka rooms, WII inside the room. Plus compulsary 10% service charge + nuts + fruit, around HK$200 per person. You can stay in the room to sing for as long as you want. For...

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  • Jade Garden

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    For an authentic dim sum experience at a resturant packed with locals, check out Jade Garden in Times Square, Causeway Bay. Just ask the host inside on the first floor for an English menu for Dim Sum, and you'll get a menu that allows you to check off the boxes of the food you would like to try. Once you have marked up the sheet, hand it to one of...

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  • Soho Soho

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hong Kong Restaurants

    We came here for a late lunch and dessert on a sunday afternoon. Beautiful restaurant and good service. Limited menu, but there were some nice dishes. Great for people watching or hanging out and read some magazines.

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