Where to Eat in Hong Kong Man Ho Chinese Restaurant is a one-star Michelin restaurant at the JW Marriott Hong Kong. Serving authentic Chinese cuisine, it opens for lunch and dinner. It is one of seven F&B outlets at the five-star hotel, which is located at Admiralty on Hong Kong Island. Five Elements The Chinese …
The Kowloon Shangri-La Lobby Lounge serves one of the most decadent afternoon teas in Hong Kong. With a sumptuous setting, the venue offers great harbour views. And there is live music in the afternoon and evening!
BaseHall is a Hong Kong food hall located in the basement of Jardine House, one of Hong Kong's most iconic office buildings. There are 10 food and beverage outlets. In addition, a live DJ spins discs. And there is an uncommon commitment to sustainability.
If drinking tea is a Chinese tradition, afternoon tea in Hong Kong has its roots in Britain. Afternoon tea is a light meal served in the late afternoon. Many mass-market cafes and chain restaurants serve set teas between lunch and dinner.
With apologies to Rupert Brooke, there's a Hong Kong British pub that is forever England. The Better Ole in the Northern New Territories has been in the Yuen family for three generations, one of a dwindling number of family-run eateries in a city awash in chain restaurants.
Enchanted Garden a restaurant at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. A buffet style restaurant, features character breakfast with a chance to take photos with Mickie Mouse and pals at breakfast.
Cucina, a fine-dining restaurant at the 5-star Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel in Kowloon serves authentic Italian cuisine at lunch and dinner with breathtaking harbour views.
Crystal Lotus is a fine-dining restaurant at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. One of four restaurants at the hotel, its menu is inspired by the cuisines of Guangdong, Sichuan, Beijing, and Shanghai.
Dragon Wind is one of three food and beverage outlets at Disney Explorers Lodge, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. The restaurant serves an international buffet at breakfast and a Chinese a la carte menu at dinner.
Chef Mickey is one of three food and beverage outlets at Disney's Hollywood Hotel, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. The restaurant serves Chinese and international buffets at breakfast and dinner in a playful environment.