Being one of the most visited cities annually of course Hong Kong has some of the greatest hotels in the world. Inside these hotels you’ll find several refined restaurants living up to Hong Kong’s image of being a dining paradise. If you’re stuck for choice, check out our list of the top hotel restaurants in Hong Kong.
This Michelin Star French restaurant is situated on the 7th floor of the Landmark Mandarin Hotel. You’ll find the talented Dutch Chef Richard Ekkebus in the kitchen who has been trained up by famous French chefs Alain Passard and Guy Savoy, so you can expect French cuisine at its finest. The menu consists of dishes utilising seasonal ingredients therefore every three months it changes to suit.
You can find another Michelin Star French restaurant located in the Four Seasons Hotel. Here you will find a huge selection of French wines as well as cellar topped with artisanal French cheese. Caprice is also worth a visit for the stunning views of Hong Kong’s famous Victoria Harbour to accompany your bottle of red from Bordeaux.
You’ll find this Italian seafood restaurant in the Fleming Hotel, Wan Chai district. The menu features dishes inspired by the beautiful coast of southern Italy. A nautical theme runs throughout the restaurant with the waiters wearing striped shirts and navy blazers to the bar depicting a hull of a ship.
Also known as the “sitting lounge”, Clipper Lounge is placed at the grand Mandarin Hotel. It’s prominently known for the delicious afternoon tea and their famous rose petal jam. The jam has become so popular that can purchase and take it home with you (where no one will judge you for eating out of the jar).
Being only one of four Cantonese restaurants with three Michelin Stars makes this eatery stand out in the crowd. Their authentic Cantonese masterpieces can be found occupying two floors of The Langham Hotel. If you’re looking for a serious dining treat this is where you should be heading.
If you head to the luxurious Island Shangri-La Hotel you’ll find One Michelin Start Restaurant Summer Palace. Chef Leung Yu King has created a menu based on traditional Cantonese favourites to showcase Chinese Heritage including braised crab and stir-fried lobster.
This Chinese restaurant is situated at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Hotel where the décor imitates a 1930’s style Chinese mansion giving off an elegant yet cosy ambience, particularly with the attribute of a fountain. Not only is the interior wonderful to look at whilst you’re enjoying your homestyle Cantonese cuisine, but you can also enjoy views of Victoria Harbour.
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