A bundle of Southeast Asian delights await you at Queen’s Dining. From Vietnamese and modern Chinese cuisines to a great touch of a delicate collection of Thai desserts, taste buds are in for a real treat! Initiated by Queen’s Kitchen’s Head Chef, Mrs. Joanna Em-On Fu, this new on Chope restaurant has your flavourful nosh and Happy Hours sorted.
This is your quintessential location to satisfy all yakitori cravings. The hip FireBird is decorated in rustic, quirky decor and their food doesn’t disappoint. Highlights would be their delish Assorted Chicken Skewers, Volcano Salmon Roe, and succulent Beef Tongue on a skewer. Enjoy their Chicken Hot Pot, and end the night on a high note with some drinks.
The Pantry is the hot spot for some hearty fare of international fusion. Brunch or lunch, they’ve got your back - fan favourites are Waffle Benedicts (yes, eggs Benedicts on a waffle!), Tom Yum Gong Risotto - filled with strong Thai spices and a giant prawn, and definitely the oh so fluffy and luscious Soufflé Ricotta Pancakes! Lovely and laidback!
All-day breakfast and English comfort food in Causeway Bay
The Londoners’ fare makes its way to Causeway Bay’s charming and nonchalant spot. The obvious must-try is their Full English Breakfast - heaped with eggs, hash-browns, bacon, black pudding, sausage, and more. Not here for breakfast? Indulge in the classic British pub-grub like a crispy Fish & Chips and a meaty Guinness-laden steak-pie. Yum.
Contemporary French seafood at InterContinental Hong Kong in Tsim Sha Tsui
Rech doesn’t need much introduction as it’s the first international venture by the world famous Parisian seafood restaurant Rech. Duck from Challans with Langoustines, ‘Club’ Crab and Mango, and Royal Seafood Platter are made with skilful preparation and freshest ingredients to complement the picture-perfect views of Victoria Harbour. What more could you ask for?
Need a carb load? Checkmate Pizza is definitely the place to dig into some American indulgences. You cannot miss their crowd-pleaser Spicy Buffalo Chicken Wings, hearty Signature Baked Lasagna, and very scrumptious The King’s Apple Pie - apples, cinnamon, and nutmeg has never been tasted better! Prepare yourself for the best food coma yet.
As one of the hippest sports bar and restaurants in Hong Kong, Champs Bar is acclaimed for its burning hot sports environment with different live broadcasts of popular events and—if sports just ain't your thing—cable news. Our favourite dishes? Hands down the Fish and Chips (think: juicy, succulent pieces of batter-coated fillets of fish served with a delish side of golden chips).
Perched on the first floor of The Charterhouse Hotel, in the heart of Causeway Bay, The Gazebo Restaurant dishes a la carte dining and an abundant buffet selection. Savour on buffet signatures including their Seafood Spread as well as Japanese Tempura and Tepanyaki. Perfect for a quick répas with your friends, family, and business partners!
Smack dab in the middle of LKF, Employees Only still manages to keep a low profile. Savour inventive drinks poured at this retro-looking, Prohibition-style bar. With outposts in New York, Miami, Singapore, and now—Hong Kong, Employees Only has won accolades including World’s 50 Best Bars and World’s Best Drinks Selection from Tales of the Cocktail. Truly a Chope exclusive!
Nostalgic, amped up Hong Kong street fare in Lyndhurst Terrace
Take a trip down memory lane at Lee Lo Mei for some Hong Kong-inspired fare and cocktails. Culinary director Joe Lee and head chef Max Lee’s formulate a creative spin on street food and more with their Crispy Noodle Rolls, Claypot Rice Bowl (with “8” seafoods), and their celebrated Sweet Rice Dumplings, which can be seen all over Instagram. A stellar nostalgic gem!
A contemporary take on Vietnamese cuisine at Nexxus Building
With the mission of using only the freshest and sustainable sourcing, Moi Moi by Luke Nguyen offers its own twist on Vietnamese nosh. Luxuriate in their relaxed and modern interior and indulge in their tangy and delish Soft Rice Paper Rolls, Chargrilled Kurobuta Pork Cutlet, and Twice Cooked Duck cooked with orange, star anise, and cassia bark.
Hearty Mexican and American dishes along Lyndhurst Terrace
MEXUS is the place for some American meets Mexican nosh in the heart of Central. With a vibrant atmosphere, and hand-painted prints of Marilyn Monroe and Captain America that deck the walls, MEXUS offers Tex-Mex favourites (think: Cheese Steak Tacos and Slow Cooked Cantabrico Octopus). Be sure not miss out their rustic Cuban-inspired bar upstairs!
Fang Fang is where modern mingles with charming to become one of the sexiest nightlife and dining spots in LKF. Dished out on sophisticated plates, their succulent Mongolian Ostrich, Forest Honey Grilled Chilean Seabass, and Soft Shell Crab with Mango, are ideal starters to your night to be filled with drinks such as Nuer Fang made with Goji Berry Bourbon,
Huangjiu, Mango, Lemongrass, and more.
Step into La. Tomokuo for a fantastic Japanese take on European nosh. Cooked with precision, the rich flavours and fresh ingredients give you hearty dishes such as Grilled US Rib Eye Steak and Sous Vide French Baby Chicken with Honey. Craving some Nihon indulgence? Japanese Pork Cutlet Curry Sauce with Rice and Japanese Grilled Eel with Egg and Rice are also served in their lunch set menu.
It’s all picture-perfect at Ming Bistro for those looking to snap a Instagram shot or two. Adding a fun and upbeat twist to local dim sum, their Chicken Bun and Purple Yam Stuff Swans are highlights for the camera and, of course, your palate. Feeling more traditional? Try their spicy Sichuan Style Noodle in Peanut Sauce and toothsome Crispy Pork Knuckle. You’re in for a treat!
It might be off the beaten path in Sai Kung for some of us, but this cosy mainstay will make you feel like you’re on vacay. Prepare yourself for their British meal of Full English Breakfast, classic Scotch Egg, and St Mungo Battered Fish & Chips. Got a dining partner? Treat yourself to their Whole Fish In A Bag and finish off with some Sticky Toffee Pudding. Trust us, it’s worth the trip!
Make your way to Fugazi for a modern-style Izakaya station. Specialising in Yakitori, this hip and casual restaurant dishes up tender Kurobuta pork belly, Xinjiang lamb fillet, and even Sea Snail. Fancy food on a plate? Fried Yam served with mango and yogurt and tangy Lamb Rogan Josh are must-tries! Their extensive drinks menu includes wines, beers, and Sakes that will give the perfect end to your authentic Japanese feast!
Keeping it classy, Shoreditch upgrades the usual comfort food of old pubs in East London into a veritable medley of delectable delights. Start the meal off with Blue Mussels with Gweilo Wit and Venison Scotch Egg. Next, spoil yourself with Birmingham Chick Balti, Field Mushrooms Pasta (for vegetarians), and then finish up with their mouth-watering Mars Bar Cheese Cake or some classic Rice Pudding.
This cosy restaurant offering skewered meats, is the epitome of streetside comfort food. At On On BBQ, streetside signatures such as Cheese Noodles and Glazed Chicken Wings bring Chongqing-style BBQ to Hong Kong. Wash it down with some beers for a dining experience unlike any other! The rich smoky aroma of On On BBQ’s skewered meats sure do draw a crowd (and for good reason)!
Satisfy your meat cravings over a sizzling Korean barbecue grill at Hancham BBQ Restaurant. Our summertime favourites include the Beehive-shaped Pork Belly and tender Rib-Eye for meat lovers. Their famous 50cm Korean Egg Roll and Bulgogi Soup are some other delish must-tries. Bring a couple of buddies as options are abundant!
Lava Java Cafe & Restaurant is one of our favourite hotspots for a bit of a getaway from the city. Pamper yourself in this lovely location for a catch up or a solo retreat with their chic interior and delectable East-meets-West delights. Be sure not to miss their always fresh Lava Java fries, Barbecue Baby Back Ribs, and Korean Dumplings in Truffle Sauce. A potpourri of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, English and European nosh awaits.
MOMOJEIN beckons with a potpourri of Korean goodness, and as one of Hong Kong’s most celebrated restaurants, it’s no surprise! Savour on Executive Chef Lim Hee Won’s Korean culinary creations (think: Kalbi Hotteok, Gujeolpan, Yukhoe, Soondoobu Stew) as well as Korea’s great cultural exports—wait for it—Korean Fried Chicken. With a shatteringly crispy batter, MOMOJEIN’s Korean Fried Chicken is a sure winner at this stylish outlet.
A collab project between Hong Kong’s very own lifestyle brand, G.O.D. and LOCOFAMA, Sohofama is all about healthy Chinese eats made of delicious, locally grown, and organic ingredients. Be sure to try their crowd-pleasers such as the 48hr US Beef Short Rib Pancake Slider. The star of the show though, has to be the Stir-fried Beef and Black Pepper with Spring Onion Pancakes. Look for succulent, tender, and saucy strips of just-cooked beef melded with bits of sliced onion, and served in a flaky, crispy pancake.
Newly opened in the heart of Kennedy Town, 11 Westside is the hit space to eat, drink, and socialise to your heart’s content. Aiming to present the best Mexican nosh around, they serve up fan fave GSC (Guac, Salsa, Chips Combo) for starters, Carne Asada Tacos, succulent Hermosa Fish, and of course Churros III Way to top it all off.
International modern buffet at W Hong Kong in Tsim Sha Tsui
Inspired by the fantastical world of Alice in Wonderland, KITCHEN sports spectacular vistas and dishes lovingly prepared by their internationally trained chefs, led by their culinary director, Alain Allaire. Spoil yourself at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party as you tuck into some fanciful treats from the eclectic menu.
Authentic Cantonese cuisine at W Hong Kong in Tsim Sha Tsui
Sing Yin Cantonese Dining reimagines the vibrancy of Hong Kong’s streets in this temple with the most delicate of Chinese cuisines. Their signature dishes include Braised Suckling Pig Trotters, Roasted Peking Duck, and Braised Whole Australian Abalone.
It’s a nonchalant glamour galore at WOOBAR as their chic bar’s whimsical interior design serves as a vibrant backdrop for the most happening parties in town. Feast on Salads, Nachos, to Cheese Platters here for afternoon tea, private lunch, or happy hour with sunsets and spectacular live music.
This mainstay brings out the new concept of "Tempura Omakase”. Must-tries are Kiwami Omakase and Deluxe Tempura Set, which are all a showcase of the genius Executive Chef Eric Chan and his culinary team. Bringing the traditional tempura cooking to a new stage, tempura is the main course in an omakase set with western presentation.