Six fusion restaurants worth trying in Central and Western district

If it's a blend of culinary traditions you crave, you haven't far to go to sample these Hong Kong restaurants

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 05 September, 2015, 11:21am
UPDATED : Saturday, 05 September, 2015, 3:08pm

With people from so many different cultures and countries having made Hong Kong their home, it's not surprising that so many of the world's cuisines are on offer in the city's restaurants. Some chefs take elements of more than one cuisine and fuse them to create something new. We've recently reviewed six fusion restaurants in Central and Western. All have something going for them, and some are quite exceptional. Click on the headlines to open our reviews.


Mott 32, Central - style with substance

My guests and I worried it would be all style and no substance, but after tasting a wide range of dishes, this proved not to be the case.








Mott 32, B/F Standard Chartered Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Road Central, tel: 2885 8688. About HK$500 without drinks or the service charge

Chino - refreshing blend of Mexican and Japanese fare

The thinly sliced scallops were raw and tender, and topped with a sufficient amount of creamy uni






Chino, 1B-1C New Praya, Kennedy Town, tel: 2606 0588. About HK$415 without drinks. No service charge

Naked Gurume Gyarari in Central

The braised octopus and bone marrow pasta with ... kombu ... was one of the best pasta dishes we've had recently








Naked Gurume Gyarari, 1/F 28 Elgin Street, SoHo, tel: 2363 7299. About HK$380 without drinks or the service charge

NUR's feast tasting menu was worth the wait

We knew we were in for a good meal with the first course of slow-poached Gillardeau oyster with wakame and cucumber foams








Nur, 3/F, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, tel: 2871 9993. HK$788 or HK$988 without drinks or the service charge

Mrs Pound - fun, but erratic

Mrs P's chilli crab  was a spicy, saucy, delicious mess, but the baby corn and sliced bamboo were unnecessary. 







Mrs Pound, 6 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, tel: 3426 3949. About HK$370 without drinks. No service charge

Bibo doesn't live up to expectations

Australian wagyu beef with French mashed potatoes and black winter truffle sauce was spoon-tender and comforting







Bibo, 163 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, tel: 2956 3188. About HK$730 without drinks or the service charge

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