World of Color Restaurant is one of three food and beverage outlets at Disney Explorers Lodge, which is located near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. An all-day dining restaurant, World of Color serves international buffets at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
T'ang Court in Hong Kong is one of only four Chinese restaurants in the world to have been awarded three Michelin stars. Is it the food? Is it the service? Is it the ambiance? Five committed foodies go undercover to find out what, exactly, is the secret of this respected eatery.
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.
Studio Lounge is one of three food and beverage outlets at Disney's Hollywood Hotel near Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island. The Art Deco eatery is open for afternoon tea, leisurely dinners, evening cocktails, and late-night snacks.
Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant serves special menu with 10 Cantonese dishes prepared using 10 different cooking techniques
Taste of Hong Kong is an outdoor food festival held every spring on the Central Harbourfront. Held in the shadows of the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, it gives foodies a chance to preview dozens of dishes from some of Hong Kong's top tables from 21 to 24 March 2019.
One of the Best restaurans in Hong Kong, Wooloomooloo Prime has received a fabulous new facelift and added some mouth-watering new dishes to its popular menu, but those jaw-droppingly gorgeous views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island remain the same.
Hong Kong restaurant serves British colonial food in traditional gentlemans club surroundings with a menu running from mouth-watering curries to seafood, broiled meats, fish and chips, steak and kidney pie, bangers and mash
After checking in for an evening flight at the Hong Kong Airport Express Station at the ifc mall in Central on Hong Kong Island, passengers can stop for a relaxing dinner with wine at the French Window. Diners should allow 90 minutes before boarding.
Lú Fēng is the latest eatery in Hong Kong to join the increasingly crowded restro-restaurant field. Modeled after a 1970s tea house, the ambiance is fun, the view is spectacular, the service is professional. But what about the food?