February 11, 2021
7 Restaurants You Need to Visit in Hong Kong

Even with the pandemic still being prevalent and neighborhood lockdowns imposed nearly every single day, the F&B scene in Hong Kong is still constantly growing. Asia’s World City saw an increase of 416 restaurant licenses across 2020, proving that the love for food triumphs over everything. Therefore, we decided to take a look at 7 mouth-watering restaurants in Hong Kong you ought to check out.


Sushi Shikon

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The first three-Michelin-starred sushi restaurant in Hong Kong, Sushi Shikon delivers an authentic Edomae dining experience with first grade ingredients exported from Japan’s prominent Toyosu market. The restaurant opened by the legendary Masahiro Yoshitake can be found in The Landmark Mandarin Oriental in the city’s busy business district of Central. To add to the world class offerings, Sushi Shikon allows guests to watch the master chefs create sushi live right across a traditional hinoki counter surrounded by Japanese art pieces and antiques.

7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

www.sushi-shikon.com, 2643 6800

CHAAT

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In Hindi, Chaat is defined as “to lick”. Rightly so, the Indian restaurant will cause you to savour every lick and bite with its blend of elevated street food, slow-cooked classics, and tempting desserts. Formerly the head chef of London’s Michelin-starred Tamarind, chef Manav Tuli will allow you to experience throughout all of India from his various flavors with the help of his tandoor ovens. In Chaat, you will be encountered with the aromas of the busy Indian marketplace alongside the social atmosphere of the bazaars.

5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

www.chaat.hk, 5239 9220

Henry

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Along with Chaat, Henry is a proud gastronomic delight of Rosewood Hong Kong. An American grill and smokehouse under the guidance of British chef Nate Green, the ironic combination proves to be an exceptional restaurant which draws influence from old-school butcheries and Texan barbecues. With wood-fired ovens, charcoal grills, a butcher shop, and meat locker displays, Henry is the ideal eatery for meat lovers. Moreover, the clubby and contemporary aesthetics raise the dining experience up a notch.

5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

www.henrygrill.hk, 3891 8888

Zuicho

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The immersive Japanese restaurant recently received its first Michelin star in 2021. With a focus of closing the gap between the chefs and the guests by allowing deep interactions between them, Zuicho offers a multi-sensory experience to its guests with a variety of cooking methods, ingredients, and constantly changing seasonal menus. Head chef Fumio Suzuki and his team of master kappo chefs ensure that each dish is presented well and carefully curated no matter if it’s raw or cooked, and guests can observe them exactly just across the restaurant's hinoki counter.

G/F, The Mercer Hong Kong, 29 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan

www.zuicho-kappo.com, 2156 1883

Arbor

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Chef Eric Räty imagined Arbor to be an enchanting yet serene getaway from the fast-paced atmosphere in the city. The fine dining restaurant’s Michelin 2 stars status combined with its exotic Nordic-Japanese cuisine and aesthetic interior designed by Yabu Pushelberg showcase exactly the chef’s vision. Located in the heart of Central, Arbor is a haven in the busy city which delivers a fusion concept inspired by the 4 seasons. Each dish is also made with premium ingredients sourced from all around the world. 

25/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central

www.arbor-hk.com, 3185 8388

ÉPURE

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Along with Arbor, ÉPURE is a vibrant restaurant from Gourmet Dining Group. The Michelin starred gem offers modern French dishes which are made from seasonal ingredients directly imported from France. As a sister restaurant to Arbor, ÉPURE’s French heritage design is also carried out by the renowned Yabu Pushelburg. Furthermore, the ÉPURE team led by Executive Chef Nicolas Boutin combines their innovative dishes and the restaurant’s intimate ambience with exceptional vintage wines to add to the guest experience.

Shop 403, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, 5 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

www.epure.hk, 3185 8338

Ryota Kappou Modern

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At Ryota Kappou Modern, chef Ryota Kanesawa promises to serve Japanese cuisine in a modern, kappou style by bring out the ambrosial taste in addition the maximizing the flavors, textures, and colors of his dishes. With the concept of “simplicity excellence”, the chefs at Ryota can demonstrate their culinary creativity by bringing out the seasonal Japanese flavors through just two menus and impressive wine pairings.

21/F, Landmark Atrium, 18 On Lan Street, Central

www.ryota.hk, 2628 1899

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