Good Eating Edit
  • When the InterContinental Hong Kong’s rebranded to its original name, The Regent, its beloved Chinese restaurant also turned back the clock, switching from Yan Toh Heen to Lai Ching Heen
  • Still in place are executive chef Lau Yiu-fai and head chef Cheng Man-sang – try their premium dim sum (think lobster, scallop and caviar) and traditional, top-quality Cantonese fare

Want a memorable stay in Macau? Look no further than these Michelin-starred restaurants at luxurious hotels, from Alain Ducasse at Morpheus to Jade Dragon at the heart of City of Dreams

Michelin-starred Man Ho at the JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong has been a leading hotspot for Cantonese fine dining in the city … find out more about its latest wine pairing offering


Hong Kong’s first restaurant to feature a charcoal grill when it opened in the 1980s, The Steak House at Regent hotel has a history to live up to – let’s peek inside the menu

The Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant presents laid-back yet elevated kappo cuisine with jet-fresh ingredients – and could even raise the standard of Japanese cuisine in the city as a whole

Refined Indian fare, flavourful Indian-inspired cocktails, art and Bollywood evenings come together at the Michelin Bib Gourmand award-winning restaurant, which celebrates its 20th anniversary

Sheraton’s two Tung Chung hotels in Hong Kong are offering scrumptious feasts, from poon choi to backyard barbecues, all in time for Lunar New Year – here’s what to expect, and how to book your spots

Chef Enrico Bartolini, who has gained nine Michelin stars across his six restaurants in Italy, now offers the food of his native province to discerning lovers of fine Italian cuisine in Hong Kong

At Hashibami, indulge in veteran Japanese cuisine master chef Chan’s best creations and freshest ingredients of the day, from Hokkaido Akkeshi oyster to monkfish liver

Meat lovers can feast their eyes and bellies on Braza Churrascaria’s HK$888 for two dinner offer, including a bottle of house wine and glass of Caipirinha

If you’re missing dining out in Japan’s finest omakase joints, we’ve found a local alternative … here’s what to expect at Hashibami in Hong Kong

The resort’s new crown jewel presents opulent chinoiserie-inspired interiors and multifaceted Cantonese cuisine, making for a sumptuous dining experience indeed

Royal Hotels Hong Kong’s new premium pastry brand opened its first shop at Mikiki Mall, offering Alice in Wonderland-themed pastries and sugar-free desserts for health-conscious diners

Helmed by Michelin-starred chef Kaoru Mitsuhashi, YAMA at Royal Park Hotel serves up washoku and robatayaki with a modern twist – don’t miss its beef cutlet sandwich