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Best Restaurants in Hong Kong – The foodie central in Asia

Hong Kong spells foodies central for those who have a passion to taste the flavours of the world! This is one place where one may find all sorts of Asian cooking that is sure to whet one’s appetite

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Lung King Heen

Overlooking the wondrous Vitoria Harbour, the wooden furniture with a hint of silver provides the ideal ambience for some amazing Cantonese food! If you are able to reserve a table, the menu will leave you undecided about what to order from a wide range of dishes including dim sum and roast meats.

Caprice

This is one of the Michelin Star restaurants in Hong Kong just a short distance away from Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong. Here is the best place to find French fine dining in Asia. At Caprice, the kitchen is an open one where several busy chefs are at work filling the entire space with tantalizing aromas.

Ronin

If you love booze and seafood, the place to enjoy a meal would be Ronin in Hong Kong. Select from a wide choice Japanese menu divided into 3 sections (raw, smaller and bigger) and select your favourite sake or whiskey.

Samsen

This is a restaurant in Wan Chai that any foodie is sure to love! Samsen serves some if of the best Thai noodles in town! Don’t forget the noisy, but friendly and easy-going atmosphere inside the restaurant.

 


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