Good Eating - Hot Spotsi

Sit back, relax and take a bite out of Hong Kong with Good Eating magazine – your authoritative guide to fine dining in Asia’s culinary capital

  • Tokyo stalwarts Miyazaki Niku Honpo and Yakiniku Jumbo have taken up residence in the city, while Lan Kwai Fong’s Porterhouse is a solid choice and Causeway Bay’s Nice Yakiniku lives up to the name
  • The word ‘Wagyu’ technically means ‘Japanese beef’ – but globally the label is used for four specific cattle breeds, each promising that signature marbled texture that drives carnivores crazy

Gorgeous chinoiserie is the theme here, along with a variety of delectable dim sum offerings and premium barbecued pork. Pair your meal with tea, tea-infused cocktails or even coffee

The old Hong Kong neighbourhood offers local favourites that have been in business since the 1950s, but more and more Instagrammable, independent cafes are opening up too

From ‘IndiSum’ – Indian street food meets dim sum – to Spanish tapas by a chef with a Michelin-starred background, these restaurants have it all

Sai Ying Pun has grown into a Hong Kong foodie’s haven, and its High Street strip has it all – whether classic French comfort fare or modern Japanese

From trendy Thai fare to vegetarian dim sum, French comfort food and good ‘ole British grub, Hong Kong’s former police station has emerged as a globe-trotting foodie hub

Komune, Golden Monkey X Pho Bar and the no-frills Pattaya Thai Food are just some of the eclectic eateries in this Southside district serving up Asian, Western or African food, as well as vegan choices like Impossible burgers and Omnipork patty rice

From Cafe Malacca to No Milkshake No life, these eateries serve up a raft of cuisines, from Singaporean and Malaysian to Italian and Chinese, with chef’s specials and spectacular desserts to boot

From breakfast to cocktails, restaurants like Ozone, Tango Argentinian Steak House, Obihiro Hageten, and Lemongrass among others serve shoppers a wide variety of meals, snacks and drinks

Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice’s daytime hawker ambience transforms into a buzzing restaurant at night while The Red Pepper keeps customers coming back to its Sichuan-style menu

Tsim Sha Tsui East is a popular dining choice, thanks to the variety and the alfresco dining. Besides the tasty menus on offer, many restaurants have harbour views.