Food Guide: Top 4 Cantonese Restaurants in Hong Kong

Updated: Jan 29, 2019

Whether you're in Hong Kong for business or pleasure, one thing's for sure: you're in for an amazing dining experience. I've picked my favorite restaurants, from Michelin-star eateries to Dai Pai Dong-style vendors (a type of open-air food stall in Hong Kong). I hope this Top list will help, make your first time in Hong Kong a real foodie pleasure. The food is all Cantonese classics — think dim sum and seafood — alongside signatures dishes like Barbecue Pork and Peking Duck. Enjoy!

1. Ho Lee Fook

Ho Lee Fook is a funky Chinese kitchen inspired by old-school Hong Kong Cha Chaan Tengs and the spirit of late-night Chinatown hangouts in 1960's New York. It is a trendy spot so you should book your seat in advance.

G/F No. 1-5 Elgin street,
 Soho, Hong Kong

Fun Fact! Cha Chaan Teng is a type of restaurant commonly found in Hong Kong, Macau and parts of Guangdong. They are known for eclectic and affordable menus

2. Man Wah

Tucked inside the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on the 25th floor, it boasts classy interiors complete with a gorgeous view of the harbor. On the menu, you’ll find Cantonese signatures and seasonal dishes with modern touches. Man Wah is considered as one of the most beautiful dining rooms in Hong Kong - Definitely worth a visit!

25/F, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central

3. Duddell's

A  fine dining restaurant, bar and exhibition space all in one. For art lovers and lovers of Dim Sum, a visit to Duddell´s is a must! The interior is signed by Ilse Crawford, you eat inside a full-fledged art gallery. Bar and roof terrace with a long cocktail list, superb!

3/F, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central

4. China Club

If it's classic elegance you're after, look no further than The China Club. Opened in 1991 by David Tang, the décor is pure 1930s Shanghai, filled with art and antiquities from the era.

Hongkong, Central, Des Voeux Road2A, Bank of China

And remember, until we meet again

- Dream big, Eat well & Travel Often

Feurst Travel