Food and drink

Hong Kong’s hottest restaurants and bars

Get on the pulse with Hong Kong’s hotspots of the moment

John Anthony

Hype meter: 9/10

In tune with eco-friendly practices, this latest addition to Causeway Bay’s Lee Garden Three offers Cantonese dishes in a space clad in natural fabrics and reclaimed flooring. The menu’s highly innovative cuisine includes brined goose fillets, wagyu beef char siu and xiaolongbao (soup dumplings) with squid ink.

Best restaurants in Hong Kong, John Anthony

Five Guys

Hype meter: 9/10

Best restaurants in Hong Kong, Five Guys

The Five Guys branch in Wan Chai is one of the latest among the Washington DC company’s 1,551 worldwide locations. You won’t see a freezer or microwave at this burger chain, as it strongly emphasises fresh ingredients and made-to-order food. Its hand-cut fries are renowned, cooked twice in pure peanut oil that is frequently filtered and changed.

Best restaurants in Hong Kong, Five Guys

Wagyumafia

Hype meter: 8/10

Wagyumafia, best restaurant in Hong Kong

Put Kobe beef and wagyu master Hisato Hamada in a kitchen together, and you’ll get this sizzling hot, members-only restaurant from Tokyo. Hamada’s first overseas branch in Hong Kong serves cuts of beef from 20 of the best wagyu farmers in Japan, including Ozaki, which feeds its cattle organic ryegrass and natural mineral water. 

Wagyumafia, best restaurant in Hong Kong

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