Hong Kong is a city with a lot of history and culture. It’s also home to some of the best food in Asia, with over 700 Michelin-starred restaurants! If you’re looking for some tasty eats, here are my top picks for where to eat in Hong Kong.


Duddell’s is a seafood restaurant that has a very high rating on TripAdvisor. They have a view of the harbor and it’s very popular with locals and tourists alike. The food is delicious, especially their clam chowder, which was one of my favorite dishes during my time in Hong Kong.

Bo Innovation

Bo Innovation is a Michelin-starred restaurant located in Sheung Wan. The menu changes seasonally, but you can expect to find fresh ingredients and innovative dishes.

The décor at this restaurant is modern and minimalist—a reflection of the chef’s focus on quality over quantity. Their signature dish is the black truffle and foie gras dumpling, which comes with foie gras as well as mushrooms (you may or may not like mushrooms).

The Bo San Restaurant

The Bo San Restaurant is a traditional Chinese restaurant that has been around for over 30 years. It’s located in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong, which is an up-and-coming neighborhood with plenty of places to eat and drink.

The Bo San specializes in seafood dishes like crab and lobster, but also serves more traditional fare such as pork dumplings and noodles. The restaurant has a great atmosphere: it has comfortable seating areas with tables set up along the walls or hidden away behind curtains so you can enjoy your meal without being distracted by other patrons (which can be nice if you’re dining alone). You’ll probably want to go early or late because it tends not to get busy until after dinner time starts winding down at 6pm sharp!

Mott 32

Mott 32 is a restaurant in Hong Kong that serves Cantonese cuisine. It was awarded a Michelin star in 2014 and has been named as one of the best restaurants in Hong Kong by CNN, The Wall Street Journal and Time Out.

Mott 32 is located at Central District’s famed Lan Kwai Fong area, an area known for its nightlife and excitement. The restaurant is housed in a stunning heritage building with stunning views over Victoria Harbour (the largest natural harbour on earth) from its terrace which can be accessed via lift or stairs.

Madam Sixty Ate

Madam Sixty Ate is a small restaurant in the city center, hidden away behind an inconspicuous door. The interior is simple and elegant, with white walls and dark wood tables. The menu features classic Cantonese dishes like mapo tofu (stuffed tofu) or braised fish head if you want something more adventurous. There’s also a section of dim sum options—the duck pancakes are delicious!

The prices at Madam Sixty Ate are reasonable; they offer a 10% discount if you book your table online beforehand or show them your receipt from elsewhere in Hong Kong. If you’re looking to splurge on something special, try their signature dish: the roasted whole goose liver with ginseng sauce (HK$1,500). It’s served with an amuse bouche of homemade kimchi that’ll have your taste buds running wild by themselves!

Trois Fois Plus de Piment

Trois Fois Plus de Piment is a French restaurant in Central, Hong Kong. The restaurant has been serving French cuisine since 2006 and was awarded the Best Restaurant in Asia by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna for 2016-2017.

Trois Fois Plus de Piment serves food that is creative, delicious and full of flavor with an emphasis on fresh ingredients from local farmers markets or farms near the restaurant itself.


Pici is a restaurant in Central, Hong Kong. It’s small, but it has a very homely feel to it and the food is authentic Italian. The staff are friendly and attentive, making Pici an excellent choice for those who want to enjoy some good food while staying close to the city center.

You can get a meal for two from Pici for $400 HKD (about $50 USD). If you’re looking for more than just pizza or pasta—which are both delicious—Pici also offers delicious pizzas with other toppings like eggplant or seafood!


Gaddi’s is a Hong Kong restaurant that serves both Chinese and Italian food. It’s a very popular restaurant, with a good reputation among tourists and locals alike.

Gaddi’s has been around for over 30 years and its popularity has grown every year since then. The reason for this is simple: the food here is excellent! In fact, if you go to Gaddi’s without knowing what type of food they serve then chances are you will enjoy yourself immensely (and maybe end up coming back again).

Hong Kong is a very diverse place to travel and there are so many different foods to try out.

Hong Kong is a very diverse place to travel and there are so many different foods to try out. It’s also a great place for food lovers, because you can try anything from traditional Chinese dishes to Western cuisine. If you’re looking for something new and exciting, Hong Kong is the perfect spot for your next trip!


I hope you enjoyed my list of favorite restaurants in Hong Kong! I have to say that the food is always amazing and the atmosphere is great. It’s also a lot cheaper than other places in Asia but there are still some good deals on menus. If you want more information about where each one of these places is located then check out my Hong Kong Travel Guide here: