Modern fusion fare at the top of a hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui
Rooftops usually have voracious views, and Uptop Bistro and Bar has exactly that in store for you. Located in Popway Hotel’s Sky Deck, prepare to be ensconced with spectacular 270° views and top modern fusion comfort food. Whether it’s the Canada Organic Pork Loin, Uptop Signature Chicken with carrots on the side, or if you’re looking for something lighter, the delicate, just caught Pacific Black Cod, Uptop serves truly serves delicious fare! Plus, knock down a few cocktails while you’re up there!
Renowned innovative Japanese cuisine at InterContinental Hong Kong in Tsim Sha Tsui
NOBU InterContinental promises some of the best views of HK’s skyline and when 1 July rolls around, you wouldn’t want to miss this hotspot. The buzz around NOBU centers around renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s innovative, new-style Japanese creations. Wagyu Beef Truffle Nigiri Sushi and Foie Gras with Apple Balsamic are just some of the offerings on deck. Splurge, spoil yourself, and enjoy spectacular views.
Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant serving up exquisite local and regional specialties
Man Wah sits at the 25th floor of Central’s Mandarin Oriental and dishes up exquisite local and regional specialties. Our favourites include the Wok Fried Dover Sole with Black Bean Sauce and Stir Fried Crabmeat with Conpoy. With a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour, the Michelin-starred Man Wah provides a remarkable seat to watch the fireworks in Hong Kong on any occasion.
Innovative Italian fare at renowned hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui
Michelin-starred? Check. Panoramic views? Checkity check. Tosca satisfies with a relishing selection of dishes including of Guinea Fowl with lemon, and Swiss Chard alongside Sea Bass dishes, and so much more! Don’t miss the ‘My traditional Tiramisù with limoncello,’ featuring Italian ladyfingers, dipped in coffee, and layered with whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and—wait for it—love.
Trendy Italian waterfront restaurant with panoramic harbour view in Central
Trust us, IFC’s rooftop can get super crowded, and Isola’s rooftop terrace certainly packs the mightiest punch of all, with soaring seaside views of the fireworks. Be sure to savour on mouth-watering Grilled Lamb Chops with Garlic Eggplant Purée and the Juniper Berries Smoked Ham with Melon: the sweet resinous flavours of the Juniper Berries, contrasts perfectly with the Smoked Ham.
Contemporary Chinese cuisine with panoramic city views in Tsim Sha Tsui
This Chinese mainstay is located on the 30th floor in Tsim Sha Tsui and boasts jaw-dropping views of bustling Victoria Harbour. Their Nanhai Signature Crab is a top choice and the same goes for their must-try Crispy Steamed Rice with Lobster Consommé. Spacious and luxurious, Nanhai No. 1 will dish you a night to remember with their treasures of the South China Sea and cutting-edge interior.
Impeccable Italian with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui
Delivering stylish Italian cuisine in a down-to-earth, and informal atmosphere, Angelini boasts a potpourri of dishes, using only the finest of ingredients. Their fare is, hands down, as tasty as it is beautiful - order the Raw Sicilian Red Prawns (served with avocado, green apple and yogurt sauce) and their Dover Sole in Savor style (with gratinated asparagus): you’ll understand what we mean! Watch the night fly by at this Italian favourite!
Avant-garde Modern European dining in Tsim Sha Tsui
Sure, Felix might be 20 years old, but it continues to dish out avant-garde modern European creations, and everything in between! From Zucchini and Grilled New Zealand Lamb Chops, the ‘Shabu-Shabu’ to their ‘Felix Wall’ (white chocolate mousse with Whiskey chocolate ganache and Verbena Sorbet), you’ll be impatient to go back a second time. Their lofty ceilings and walls of windows on both sides unveil majestic Hong Kong Island views and sights to savour.
Award-winning traditional Cantonese cuisine at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
With a menu crafted by talented chef Li Shu Tim, One Harbour Road boasts a refined set of menus, making the most of rustic style favourites to gourmet ingredients. A beautiful interior—rich rosewood timber and natural stone elements—is made even more stunning thanks to the panoramic views of HK’s skyline. Start the night on the right footing with their Peking Duck (a strong scent of smoky Chinese flavour permeates the succulent, crispy skin) and nosh on their live seafood selection from Local Lobster to Spotted Coral Garoupa. A true culinary gem for a classy night out!
Classy Sichuan fare with breathtaking views in Kowloon
Qi - Nine Dragons is perched atop of the towering Prince Tower in Tsim Sha Tsui where diners are spoilt by sunset views of HK Island. Stay longer to enjoy the fireworks accompanied with their fiery flavours of Sichuan cuisine such as their Bang Bang Chicken in Spicy Peanut Sauce, Wok Fried Prawns with Sichuan Chili Miso, and for something less spicy, their Flaky Scallion Pancake are for sure the top pick! Savour in the fantastic panorama while imbibing their special chili-infused tequila cocktail.
Fine beef selections with a stunning 270-degree view of the Hong Kong skyline
Not only does Wooloomooloo Prime have the finest selection of beef, but it also dishes a remarkable 270° view of HK’s soaring skyline. Meat lovers rejoice, as their menu gives token to cuts from Down Under (a.k.a. Australia), and good ol’ ‘Amurica’. Must-tries? Graze on the buttery, smooth, and creamy Lobster Bisque and the savoury, zesty, and creamy Wooloomooloo Lemon & Lime Pie. With their floor-to-ceiling windows, you’ll get the best fireworks display. Guaranteed.
Famed American steakhouse with spectacular harbour views
Looking for a slice of America? Morton’s The Steakhouse has gone to establish itself as TST’s ground zero for beefy cuts, and the cityscape vistas are just a cherry on top. Prepare yourself for a sensational night with famed American nosh that never disappoints. Tuck into their Jumbo Lump Crab Cake (trust us on this one!), Cajun Ribeye Steak, or Morton’s Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake! The last oozes with Chocolate-y delish, that satisfies those with a daring sweet tooth. Prepare yourself for a fiesta at this steakhouse with generous portions, exceptional service, and stunning views to marvel in.
Exquisite Cantonese cuisine with stunning views of the Hong Kong skyline in Tsim Sha Tsui
As the name suggests, this TST mainstay at Hotel ICON is indeed Above & Beyond in terms of location and dining experience! To start, savour on the Smoked Egg with Oolong Tea Leaves and Black Truffles, then their Steamed Garoupa Fillet with Egg White in Superior Chicken Broth: the chicken is soaked in a hot broth with freshly caught Garoupa, and is simmered for 12 hours. Our fan fave, though, has to be the Claypot Rice with Chinese Preserved Duck and Sausages (think: poached duck pieces on top of piping-hot rice, giving the meat a firm-yet-tender texture). Above & Beyond truly is the best of the bunch when it comes to dishing out delish views and dishes.
All-day buffet offering Asian and American fare in Tsim Sha Tsui
This is the perfect pad for impressing that special someone, or just enjoying fireworks in general. With all-day buffet dining of American and Asian fare, Harbourside ushers an exquisite experience with one of the best views of HK’s harbour moored on the lobby level of Hong Kong’s famed InterContinental! Be sure to savour on their catch of seaside treats: crunchy Alaskan Crab Legs and jet-fresh oysters. If seaside fare ain’t your thing, their carving station that dishes out prime cuts of medium-rare and homemade dessert station are true contenders!