Savour Hutong’s fiery northern Chinese cuisine and enjoy stunning views of Hong Kong’s skyline
Hutong serves award-winning dishes in an impressive setting, which blends the traditional with the ultramodern
Named after Chinese courtyard houses, this highly stylish restaurant’s traditional atmosphere is warm and lively, making it an ideal place to impress visitors.
Sitting by the window is best or for an incredible vista, in what was formerly a Chinese bed with an intricately carved wooden frame.
The northern menu uses the freshest ingredients for innovative dishes. These include scallops tossed with shredded pomelo, beggar’s chicken and steamed Alaska crab leg with sweet and chilli sauce. The desserts are creative, with traditional puddings of sweet soups with exotically-flavoured ice creams such as oolong tea and Shoaxing wine.
Red lantern crispy soft shell crabs with Sichuan dried pepper
Crispy deboned lamb ribs
Spotted grouper fillet in
Sichuan chilli pepper broth
Valet parking: no
Vegetarian: 22 dishes
Private rooms: 3 rooms, 14 ppl
28/F, 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Mon - Sat: Noon - 2.30pm;
Sun: Noon - 3.30pm;
Daily: 6pm - 11pm
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