Where to eat in Hong Kong? Missing Italian cuisines when in Hong Kong? You can drop by Mad for Garlic. And if you are in the mood for authentic Chinese delicacies, Man Ho is your perfect choice. Diverse culinary culture is one of the main reasons that draw travellers to Hong Kong. Beside Chinese specialities, Hong Kong also has other authentic cuisines from Japan, Korean etc. Let’s check out our Asian delicacies in Hong Kong blog: Top 10 best Asian restaurants in Hong Kong you should not miss when you are in Hong Kong which including best Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong, best Japanese restaurant Hong Kong and best Korean restaurant Hong Kong with Living Nomads below.
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Bari Uma, established in 2003 and named after its product, is the largest ramen chain in Hiroshima.
Bari Uma is renowned for its broth and sauce. Pork bone and various ingredients are brewed for 10 hours to make the finest broth. Buri Uma’s ramen, made fresh daily, is hand-made with best-quality flour from Japan. Finally, our perfect bowl of Bari Uma is topped with tender, melt-in-your-mouth braised pork belly, chashu, and soft-boiled eggs.
Address: Kimberley 26, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2217 8300
Opening hours: 11:00 am – 1:00 am
Address: L’ Hart, Lockhart Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2180 9172
Opening hours: 11am-11pm
Yakimon is a perfect dining choice for BBQ lovers. Combining various ingredients imported from Japan in dishes such as chicken skewers, smoked snow fish, king crab legs ect., Yakimon will surely offer you the best. Its cosy atmosphere and thoughtful service are also reasons that make customers want to come back.
Address: 3/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: + 85 28961838
- Dinner: 6:pm-11pm
How to get there: 6-min walk from Exit C, Hong Kong MTR Station
Sakana No Aji
Again another name comes from the land of the rising sun. You will not be able to resist any dishes from here. Sakana No Aji specializes in fresh seafood. Believing that seafood tastes best being raw, Sakana no Aji always keeps their seafood fresh.
Take your time to savour the sweetness of Red Sea Beam, sourness mixed with the spiciness of Yuzu hotpot.
Or the novel taste of its crispy sushi burger.
Sakana No Aji
Address: 2/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, HongKong
Phone: +852 2896 6018
- Lunch: 12:00pm-3pm (Mon-Sun)
- Dinner: 6pm-11pm (Sun-Thu)
- 6:00pm-12:00 am (Fri, Sat & Public Holiday Eve)
Located on the 6th floor, Langham Place Hotel, Shanghai Street, Hong Kong, Ming Court Restaurant offers you unprecedented dining experience. Ming Court is one of a few restaurants in Hong Kong that is awarded 2 Michelin Stars. Beside modern Chinese cuisines, Ming Court is also famous for their specialities from Guangdong. Black mushroom coated chicken served with fried pumpkin, pork tenderloin and roasted suckling pig are some of their best dishes you should try when dining here.
Address: 555 Shanghai St., Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Phone: + 852 3552 3028
- Lunch: 11:00 am – 2:30 pm (Mon-Sun);
- Dinner 5:30 pm – 10 pm (Mon-Sun)
How to get there: MTR Mong Kok – Exit C3 or E1
If you are a fan of Chinese food, add Cuisine Cuisine to your list of must-visit restaurants. With 36 Chinese cooking methods, Cuisine Cuisine offers the authentic taste of Cantonese delicacies prepared with fresh seasonal ingredients. While waiting for specialities like caviar, foie gras, you can sip on a cup of oolong, ginseng or rose bud tea.