The Hong Kong Dinner Spots We’ve Been Missing
Hello dinner, our old friend! It’s been a while since we last met and the countdown to April 21st is finally in its final days. Here are the dinner menus we can’t wait to book, in celebration of the good news.
Experience sky-high fine dining at this Italian gem in ICC. You can wine and dine in the clouds come evening once more, and tuck into an indulgent dinner meal without rushing – it’s open until midnight.
Housed within the five-star Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong hotel, Man Wah offers truly incredible Cantonese cuisine. We can’t wait to savour the decadent dinner menus once it opens its doors for the night. Dress smart and prepare to marvel at Executive Chinese Chef Wing-Keung Wong’s delicious courses.
25/F, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, 2825-4003. Open daily, times vary.
Experience French savoir-faire at Caprice; it’s a totally different setting once it passes sunset. Inventive dishes by Chef Guillaume Galliot have maintained the restaurant’s impressive three Michelin stars, best appreciated on-site.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, 3196-8888. Open daily, 12:00pm to 2:30pm and 6:30pm to 9:00pm.
Modern Indian delicacies at its best. Though we would recommend booking this ASAP, since the restaurant typically hosts a three-month waiting list.
5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, 5239-9220. Open daily, times vary.
Some may dub this Thai restaurant underrated but we think that the well-earned Michelin star has given the recognition it very well deserves. In anticipation of the April 21st restriction-lifting, it’s launching a dinner tasting menu that we can’t wait to try.
Armoury, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, 2703-9111. Open daily, times vary.
Recently nabbing a spot on SCMP’s 100 Top Tables, TIRPSE has become a go-to for luxurious waterfront dining. Offering two seasonal menus per day – one for lunch, one for dinner – we will be booking ourselves for the return of the latter.
Unit #219, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2333-0031. Open daily, times vary.
Anyone else ready for Pirata Group’s citywide roster of restaurants to reopen for dinner? We know we are! The restaurant giant is launching a Conquer the Wave with a champagne toast deal which means if you buy one bottle of champagne, they’ll give you two! It’s available from April 23rd to May 12th for Sunday to Thursday dinners at selected restaurants, including Japanese cult fave Honjo.
1/F, 77-91 Queen’s Road W, Sheung Wan, 2663-3772. Open daily, times vary.
Dim sum isn’t limited to breakfast…at Duddell’s, you can embrace the Hong Kong tradition any time of the day. Sit on the terrace with a cocktail, appreciate the surprisingly cool month of April and order the best of modern Cantonese delights – we’re looking at the Peking duck too.
1 Duddell Street, 1 Duddell Street, Central, 2525-9191. Open daily from 12:00pm.
CATCH1/F-2/F, Wyndham Mansion, 32 Wyndham St, Central
Although we’ve been stopping by CATCH for the weekend brunches, we can’t wait for it to open up for dinner again – we’ll be ordering the fresh catches of the day.
G/F, Island Crest, Shop 9-10, Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, 2855-1289, Open daily, times vary.
Helloooo smoked meats! The best BBQ in town is back for evening feasts, so we recommend booking with friends so you can share the most delicious selection of hickory dishes.
1/F-2/F, Wyndham Mansion, 32 Wyndham Street, Central, 2866-2120. Open daily, times vary.