Hong Kong Fine Dining Restaurants: 10 restaurants we recommend
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Hong Kong is a wonderful city with its exciting city life, wonderful people, dozens of shopping malls and street markets, and of course cultural heritage. It’s a city full of contrasts: bright but also full of semi-darkness, oriental yet very occidental at the same time and even comparable to some city like New York. With some of the best fine dining restaurants on the continent (Asia), Hong Kong has it all. Pure Entertainment Group, a bespoke luxury concierge company has revealed to you its dining guide of the 10 Hong Kong Fine Dining Restaurants we recommend to our clients/members when they travel to the city that never sleeps. Whether it’s French, Japanese, Italian, Fusion, Chinese, we have you covered. How about you sample the international cuisine of some of these fine dining restaurants in Hong Kong? I think so.
The 10 Hong Kong Fine Dining Restaurants we recommend are: (in no particular order)
Azure Restaurant Slash Bar at the hotel LKF
Located at the summit of LKF Tower, Azure Restaurant Slash Bar offers a contemporary tribute to a perfect combination of Hong Kong’s vibrant spirit, past and present. The unique contemporary design of this place will appeal to those who enjoy the finer things in life and European/fusion cuisine. We absolutely recommend this place and suggest you start early with drinks; you’ll LOVE the view!
Caprice Restaurant at the Four Seasons hotel
Trying out at least one Michelin-starred restaurants in Hong Kong is a must do for all tourists. The classically elegant Caprice Restaurant, with two Michelin stars, offers authentic French cuisine in an open-kitchen setting. Located at the five-star Four Seasons hotel with a fine view over Hong Kong Victoria harbor, Caprice is an absolute must for fine cuisine lover; chef Vincent Thierry offers you the duck foie gras terrine with autumn walnuts followed by Wagyu beef filet and beef cheek Wellington, served with potato Dauphinois in a black truffle infusion. DELICIOUS!!
Aqua Tokyo, Aqua Roma and Aqua Spirit Hong Kong
The first thing that jumps into mind as soon as you enter this place is WOW! Aqua redefines destination dining with ultra stylish décor, stunning harbor and city views and its innovative combination of Italian (Aqua Roma) and Japanese cuisine (Aqua Tokyo). With two separate kitchens and one of the best bars in Hong Kong (Aqua Spirit), Aqua is the place to be and be seen.
L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Hong Kong
If you’re looking for a sensational restaurant in Hong Kong, this is it! L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon’s dramatic red and black interior alone is a feast for the eyes, however it’s fair to give credit where credit is due. The food is simply exquisite, the wine list is stunning and the knowledgeable and attentive staff is always happy to make recommendations from the menu. This two Michelin stars restaurant serving delectable French food, tapas-style offers a dining experience you will not forget. Reservations are extremely recommended
Bo Innovation in Hong Kong
Bo Innovation – a two stars Michelin- is a ground breaking Chinese fine-dining restaurant, serving “X-Treme Chinese” cuisine by Chef Alvin Leung. Known around the world for his sense of adventure and rock and roll attitude that he injects into this Hong Kong spot, Chef Leung invites you to the concept of molecular cuisine. Some call its cuisine good, some not good and some say it’s outstanding; despite it, we think Bo Innovation is worth visiting once in your life.
SPOON by Alain Ducasse Hong Kong
Located at the Intercontinental hotel in Hong Kong, SPOON by Alain Ducasse has always defined modern concepts of cuisine with culinary freedom, sophistication and design. Guests are encourage to design their own meal; you choose from a selection of sauces, sides and condiments that may be influenced by Asian or Western cuisines, and the resulting meal can be as classic or nouveau as your taste buds dictate! Voila, we love it: classic French cuisine with a contemporary finish.
Zuma restaurant Hong Kong.
Tucked away on levels 5 and 6 of The Landmark shopping mall is Zuma Restaurant. Zuma brings to Hong Kong traditional and fusion Japanese cuisine with quality ingredients: crispy fried lemon sole with spicy ponzu, hokkaido scallops with grated apple, chicken skewers with baby leek. On the décor, the main dining area, which is dominated by an open plan kitchen, features natural stone and glass. If you love wine, you’ll be pleased; guests are spoiled with a selection of more than 2,000 bottles of wines and Champagnes as well as ten wines served by the glass. Zuma’s for the love of Japanese food!
Amber restaurant at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
With two Michelin stars, Amber Restaurant at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is one of the city’s most celebrated restaurants. Chef Richard Ekkebus’s culinary creations combine perfectly with Amber’s original interior conceived by iconic designer Adam Tihany. If you’re in town, we recommend the signature creations include Duck Foie Gras, Line Caught Amadai, Mieral Bresse Pigeon, and Passion Fruit Soufflé with Sticky-Rice Ice Cream. Bon Appétit!
Gaddi’s restaurant at The Peninsula Hong Kong
One of the true icons of Hong Kong, Gaddi’s is a legendary French restaurant at The Peninsula that has been delighting Hong Kong’s elite for over 50 years. Expect to see an older, more established crowd here, enjoying a dinner accompanied by light piano music in the background. Chef David Goodridge offers popular dishes such as, the lobster bisque, deep-fried Langoustine or the Chalon duck breast with a red wine and fig sauce. Welcome to old world charm; you should dress appropriately.
Hutong Restaurant in Hong Kong
Hutong Restaurant, a popular place to take out-of-town-guests and first dates with its seductive decor evocative of a traditional Beijing house combine stunning views over the Hong Kong harbor with equally stunning food. This one star Michelin restaurant serves contemporary Northern Chinese cuisine and the emphasis is on Shanghai and Beijing cuisine with some Sichuan and Hunan dishes: crispy deboned lamb ribs, delicate scallops with fresh pomelo and ginger ice cream. You’ll love it
Hong Kong is definitely fine cuisine; If you like our suggestions at these 10 Hong Kong Fine Dining Restaurants we recommend, you are more than welcome to contact your luxury concierge company, Pure Entertainment Group to arrange lunch or dinner reservation and/or a bespoke travel package. Treat yourself and take dining out to the next level; you’re guaranteed to have a memorable dining experience in Hong Kong.
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Pictures courtesy of Azure restaurant Hong Kong, Caprice restaurant Hong Kong, Aqua restaurant Hong Kong, l’Atelier de Joel Robuchon restaurant Hong Kong, Bo Innovation restaurant Hong Kong, Spoon by Alain Ducasse restaurant Hong Kong, Zuma restaurant Hong Kong, Amber restaurant Hong Kong, Gaddo’s restaurant Hong Kong, Hutong restaurant Hong Kong.