A contemporary take on Vietnamese cuisine in Central
Reflective of the traditional family recipes of celebrity chef Luke Nguyen and favourite Vietnamese street food, Moi Moi is HK’s hotspot for dishes made with organic and sustainable produce. With their geometric prints and wooden décor, this mainstay won’t break the bank as their set menu serves mains like Banh Mi and Wagyu Beef Pho together with a starter for only $168.
This Japanese sake-infused gastropub never disappoints! Enjoy their unique eats like their Kagoshima Wagyu Kinoko Mushroom and Beef Inaniwa Udon. Don’t miss out on their Games Menu… Because what’s better than providing Beer Pong? You guessed it! Sake Pong! Their menu changes occasionally depending on seasonal ingredients, so be sure to stay tuned for new delish dishes!
Ranging from $138 to $158, Bungalow dishes out the supreme dishes at generous prices. Prepare yourself for starters of Smoked Chicken or Baby Spinach Salad, followed by Duroc Pork Cutlet, Pan Seared Cod Fillet, or perhaps Beef Short Ribs. End your palatable lunch with their Strawberry Crumble, Lemon Crème, and more! It’s a toothsome international thrill!
Reimagined contemporary French cuisine in Kowloon Bay
Crafted by Chef Voon, dishes at LE PAN are a balance of beautiful tastes and textures. Indulgence is served on a plate with Kaluga Queen Hybrid Caviar, Brandt Beef Cheek in Red Wine, and Suprême of Farmed Chicken. Finish off the meal with Le Jardin (Raspberry, pistachio, coco ice-cream) and enjoy the glamorous French, chic sophistication.
Impressive contemporary Japanese cuisine in Kowloon Bay
Dressed up in earth tones, enticing wall-to-wall shelves of sake, and subtle touches of cherry blossom, Matsunichi serves lunch sets with a selection of sushi, tempura, and teppanyaki sets! Feeling ravenous? A5 Wagyu Beef Burger Patties can be added on the Teppanyaki Set, but there’s only 5 sets offered daily! So hurry and head over for a stellar Japanese experience!
Classy and chic Parisian-style bistro in Taikoo Shing
Hit up Eiffel Bistro for a Parisian experience without spending ‘beaucoup de’ bucks on a flight. With its chic interior, artwork, and people-watching windows, this snazzy mainstay dishes up scrumptious options such as Sole Meunière (lemon butter Sole with rice), Lobster Linguini, and to finish off the meal, indulge in their Tart Tatin - traditional apple pie with vanilla ice cream.
Modern American-style dinner house in Taikoo Shing
Truly reminiscent of a piece of authentic Chicago lifestyle, Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill is abundant in American comfort food. With an open bar and chilled-out space, it’s the hotspot to be at. Served hot off the sizzling grill, their Dan’s Famous Deli Reuben and Rose Packing Company Chicago Imported Baby Back Ribs are not to be missed!
Modern Italian dishes from renowned chef Jamie Oliver in Tsim Sha Tsui
Simple, fresh, and honest food made with sustainable ingredients is what Jamie’s Italian has to offer. Prepare yourself for their signature dishes of cured meats, cheese, seasonal vegetables, pizzas, and pasta dishes such as Squid and Mussel Spaghettini. Indulge yourself in these true contemporary relishes that won’t break the wallet!
Just like the dance, Tango Elements is bold, feisty and unafraid to make a statement with its scrumptious nosh and genial hospitality. Get you hands on their succulent top Argentine beef cooked over an open fire grill… yum. Oh, and their Churros con Chocolate dusted in cinnamon sugar are by far the most toothsome dessert there is out there - dusted with cinnamon sugar and dipped into rich chocolate sauce!
Get your hands on the most elegant, CHIC, and sophisticated Western fare here that won’t cost you a fortune! They’ll go above and beyond expectations with Chic’s Strozzapreti Carbonara to Pan-fried French Yellow Chicken. The delectable Chic’s Banoffee is served with banana liqueur ice cream in the most fashionable manner.
Trendy Nordic cuisine in The Luxe Manor in Tsim Sha Tsui
A truly Nordic cuisine as fallen in Kowloon dishing up superb contemporary dishes in their luxurious interior. Start off with Chilled, Garlic-roasted Prawns, or Potato & Roasted Garlic Soup. Then dig into their mains of Green Risotto or Onion Steak, just to name a few. Their desserts (like the Chocolate Truffle Layer Cake!) are so very delectable. Trust us, it’s worth the money!
Authentic Northern Spanish cuisine and cocktails in Wan Chai
It’s one big fiesta at The Optimist and we love it! Their lunch menu starts from HK$178 including main courses AND a semi-buffet station, so don’t hesitate to head on over. Main courses include delights like Charcoal Grilled Octopus and Black Truffle Rice “Cremoso” that will definitely satisfy cravings. They’re also very serious in the G&T department, so don’t miss out!
Flavourful savoury crepes served with the best cider in Causeway Bay
La Crêperie is the perfect spot for a casual meal imbued with tastes of France, specifically Brittany. The luscious starters (Brittany Rolls!), mains (such as our favourite Lobster Pasta!), and most importantly the crêpes that are served here are undoubtedly fancy but still easy-peasy on your wallet.
This American Brasserie focuses on creating the most delectable dishes of luxury tastes and textures for diners in Pacific Place. With Todd Williams as head of the kitchen, BIZOU serves up splendid options of Swedish Dill Cured Gravlax as starters, Black Truffle and Mushroom Linguini, and Parma Ham and Pea Risotto. All made to perfection that won’t leave you broke.