Hong Kong

unparalleled VARIETY

Per Square Inch Than Anywhere else in the world. From chic high-rise venues to the humble side-street noodle shop, you’ll be spoiled with the variety of choices. The following are a few of our favorite places, though a comprehensive list is far beyond the scope of this document.

HUTONG

Spectacular city views, and decor bursting with art and antiquities worthy of a Mandarin court provide the backdrop for some of Hong Kong’s best food. Signature dishes of this multi award- winning restaurant are the crispy lamb ribs, and the soft shell crab with Szechuan red pepper. Reservations recommended.

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AQUA

Unsurpassed views of the city, an incredible Japanese and—get this—Italian quasi-fusion menu and outstanding service make Aqua the toast of the town. Reservations recommended.

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LUK YU TEA HOUSE

Unsurpassed views of the city, an incredible Japanese and—get this—Italian quasi-fusion menu and outstanding service make Aqua the toast of the town. Reservations recommended.

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GADDI’S

Ravishingly upscale, with prices to match, this may well be the finest French food in the city. Reservations recommended.

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MAXIM’S PALACE CITY HALL DIM SUM

Another famous destination for a dim sum lunch, the dishes are wheeled around on classic old-school trolleys stacked with mouth watering
dumplings, deep fried shrimps, Chinese vegetables and barbequed pork steam rolls. Be prepared to join locals in line.

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BAR GEORGE

Nostalgia buffs will want to head to this typical English pub that serves pints of bitter, pork pies, fish ‘n chips, and enough pre-1997- handover memories to sink a British colonial ship.

NOBU

Nobu serves up the acclaimed Japanese cuisine found in its upscale sister venues throughout the world. Stick with the classics such as superb sushi, or venture into its South American influenced fusion dishes—the lobster ceviche is out of this world. Nobu’s floor-to-ceiling city views and perfect service round out a special evening. Reservations recommended.

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TIM HO WAN

An ill-tempered staff, a three-hour wait on the sidewalk, a shrill hostess barking out numerals, and a rickety table in a cramped, elbow-to elbow tacky canteen—what more could you ask for? Take a Post-It-Note number and join the locals at this Hong Kong original, to savor outrageously good, Michelin-starred (no joke) dim sum for the price of a Big Mac ‘n fries.

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YUNG KEE RESTAURANT

Awash in awards for its swoon-worthy Cantonese cuisine, this place is famous for its roasted goose, which was served to President Hu Jintao when he last passed by this way. Reservations recommended.

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SHANG PALACE

Remind yourself that you are in China with a delectable meal of Michelin-starred Cantonese in a setting evocative of imperial grandeur. Delicious food, ornate décor and friendly staff combine for a memorable dining experience.

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