The quintessence of Asian cuisine in 9 Hong Kong restaurants
As the biggest Ramen restaurant chain in Japan, Bari Uma is famous for its pork bone broth after 10-hour stewing and special sauce made from traditional recipe. Ramen noodles here are hand made and used during the day with the highest quality Japanese flour. You can try a few slices of Char Siu meat and soft boiled eggs to enjoy the full flavor of this dish.
If you are a fan of barbecue, Yakimon is the perfect choice for your dinner in Hong Kong. Combined with Japanese special ingredients, Yakimon offers interesting experiences with amazing dishes such as chicken skewers, smoked cods, king crab legs...
SAKANA NO AJI
Another name coming from Japan, Sakana no Aji serves seafood dishes. According to this restaurant, eating raw is the best way to enjoy the taste of seafood. Sakana no Aji always preserves its food in the freshest form. Coming here, you can slowly enjoy the sweet taste of Red Sea fishes, the sweet and sour taste of Yuzu hotpot or the strange aftertaste of crispy sushi sandwich.
Located on the 6th floor of Langham Place Hotel, Shanghai Street, Hong Kong, Ming Court will bring you an unprecedented experience. It is one of the rare restaurants in Hong Kong that is fortunate to receive 2 Michelin stars. Besides modern dishes, this restaurant is also famous for its traditional flavors of Cantonese specialties.
If you want to enjoy the right taste of China, please bring Cuisine Cuisine to your choice list. Possessing 36 traditional Chinese cooking methods, this restaurant will provide genuine Cantonese dining experiences with dishes made from seasonal ingredients. While waiting for specialties like caviar, foie gras, you can enjoy a cup of ginseng oolong tea or gentle rose bud tea.
This restaurant is run directly by Chinese chef Jayson Tang. Loving the identity of the dishes in his hometown but owning new thinking, Mr. Tang constantly improves the quality of the restaurant to bring unforgettable meals to visitors. Come and check the sophistication through dishes such as abalone soup in fresh coconut, Kagoshima pork stuffed with foie gras and stir-fried crab with egg yolk.
TSUI HANG VILLAGE
Tsui Hang village is a standard Chinese food mecca in the heart of Hong Kong with nearly 40 years of operation. Currently, Tsui Hang has three main branches, so you will not have to spend much time to find this restaurant. The two most famous dishes here you should try is grilled pork with honey and boneless chicken. Besides Guangzhou cuisine, the restaurant has also received a lot of support with a few innovations in Hakka-styled cuisine.
DIM SUM BAR
There is no doubt that Hong Kong is a paradise of Dim Sum. Arriving in Hong Kong, you will find a small restaurant or stall selling Dim Sum dishes almost everywhere. However, to find a just-enough comfortable space to enjoy Dim Sum with enough privacy to sip some alcohol, you only have one choice, Dim Sum Bar.
If you suddenly miss Korean flavor when you are at Lee Tung Avenue, Wan Chai, you can try Korean Restaurant Bistro Seoul. Its architecture is a meeting between contemporary and traditional art styles. Taking care of every detail, the food sources here are carefully selected and imported directly from Korea. Sitting by the window, enjoying Korean wine and spicy chicken is a great experience in Hong Kong.
By: Quinn Abrams