Best New Restaurants In Hong Kong – February 2023

Top New Family-Friendly Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong!

new restaurants to try in hong kong in february

New restaurants and bars are opening every week in Hong Kong – but which ones are family-friendly too? From all-day dining in Quarry Bay, to a Japanese izakaya, perfect for group gatherings, the return of GOGYO, as well as a great value steakhouse in Soho, we’ve got you covered on all the best new restaurants in Hong Kong this February!

We are constantly updating this page so stay tuned! For anything we may have missed, please e-mail editor@littlestepsasia.com!


  • new restaurants to try in hong kong in february

    F.I.G.S. Bistro: New Mediterranean Restaurant & Apero Terrace Bar In Taikoo Shing

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    F.I.G.S., an acronym referencing the regions of France, Italy, Greece and Spain, Taikoo Shing's latest and much-needed addition to its dining scene. Operating as an all-day dining experience, head there for lunch, coffees, after-work drinks, dinners and of course apero on their gorgeous terrace. On weekends, it is the perfect place for family-friendly brunches. The menu was expertly crafted by Executive Chefs Javier Perez (formerly of FoFo by El Willy) and Gary Batra, and you will find classics such as scallop ceviche, Basque-style octopus, chicken souvlaki and slow-cooked lamb shank as well as delectable Spanish tapas and more.

    F.I.G.S. Bistro, Shop 601, 6/F, 1111 King's Road, Cityplaza One, Taikoo Shing, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, +852 61089153, https://www.silveroak.com.hk/figs

  • best new restaurants to try in february 2023

    YURAKUCHO IZAKAYA: New Japanese Concept In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    Opening this February (exact date tbc) is new Japanese izakaya Yurakucho, the latest addition by Singular Concepts. Expect expertly crafted drinks and highballs as well as a perfectly paired food menu. They will also be inviting DJs to spin live every weekend. Stay tuned for more!

    Yurakucho Izakaya, G/F, Yu Yuet Lai Building, 43-55 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 26630068, https://www.instagram.com/yurakucho.hk/

  • new restaurants to try in hong kong in february

    KONTRASTO: New Italian Restaurant In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    Sitting proudly on Hollywood Road in Central is new Italian restaurant Kontrasto. Helmed by chef Fabiano Palombini who has more than 25 years of experience at renowned eateries across the world, the menu at Kontrasto is a progressive blend of Mediterranean cuisine. You will find delicious set lunch and dinner menus highlighting seafood and homemade pastas, as well as delicate (and decadent!) Italian pastries.

    Kontrasto, G/F, Chinachem Hollywood Centre, 1-13 Hollywood Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 27287278, kontrasto@lubuds.com, https://www.kontrastohk.co/

  • new restaurants to try in hong kong february 2023

    GOGYO: New Japanese Gastropub Restaurant In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    The "ramen king" is back in Hong Kong with a brand new location in the heart of Central! Expect nothing less than the finest ramen from this outpost with stores in Kyoto, Nishiazabu and Nagoya. Menu highlights are Lawry's (from Lawry's The Prime Rib) roasted USDA prime beef consomme ramen, yakitori, a delicious selection of appetizers, sushi rolls and more. There will also be some exciting local collaborations with local tea and craft beer makers. This "chic" Japanese gastropub is perfect for after-work drinks and dinner was well as quick lunches with the kids (set menus available).

    Gogyo, Shop B2, B/F, Alexandra House, Landmark, Central, Hong Kong, +852 35685833, cs@gogyo.com.hk, https://www.gogyo.com.hk/

  • new restaurants hong kong february 2023

    THE HUT: New Coffee & Dessert Shop In Sai Kung

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    Just opened is new coffee and dessert shop The Hut, bringing some-much needed in Sai Kung. Still in soft opening, expect delicious Japanese-style souffle pancakes with a twist (tiramisu or mango and cream) as well as signature milkshakes and smoothies. Stay tuned for updates!

    The Hut, Shop 11, G/F, Ko Fu Building, 58-72 Fuk Man Road, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, https://www.instagram.com/thehut.hk/

  • new restaurants to try in hong kong in february 2023

    MACELLE: New Italian Steakhouse In Soho

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    Inspired from the Italian word "macellaria", Macelle is a new concept opening this February, set to offer a "counter-to-plate" value steak offering. With indoor and outdoor seating, it will be a great spot for the gym-goers (it is located right next to PURE Soho) as well as casual lunches and dinners. Signature items include the 1kg Angus Fiorentina steak, the Wagy rump. free range chicken, marinated lamb chops. Their signature meats are also available from their butcher's counter.

    Macelle, L/G Shama Soho, 9-11 Staunton Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong, https://www.macelle-steak.com/

  • new restaurants to try in february in hong kong 2023

    IZA'BIS BY CITY'SUPER: New Izakaya/Bistro Concept In Causeway Bay

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    Marrying the essence of a Japanese izakaya with a European bistro, the new Iza'bis by city'super offers a huge range of selections from both cuisines as well as a choice of more than 1,500 fine wines, sakes and spirits. Specialties include seasonal oysters, premium wagyu beef cutlets and sea urchin and minced tuna hakataya handmade tofu. This is a great lunch option right before hitting the shops! They are open till 10pm.

    Iza'bis By city'super, Basement 1, city'super, Times Square, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 29177254, https://timessquare.com.hk/izabis/

  • best new restaurants to try in hong kong in february

    DAAP: New Chinese Fusion Restaurant In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This February

    The purpose of Daap is the celebration of Cantonese and Chinese cuisine while using Western techniques and methods. Open now for brunch, lunch and dinner (closed on Mondays), highlights from the menu include Chinese sausage carbonara, preserved duck egg ravioli and chrysanthemum creme brulee. Limited reservations are now available so book in advance as the space is small and intimate.

    Daap, 20 Wing Kut Street, Central, Hong Kong, https://www.daap.com.hk/

  • Check Out Our JANUARY 2023 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • CALLE OCHO: New Tapas Restaurant In Causeway Bay

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    New from Pirata Group is tapas restaurant Calle Ocho. Split across two floors, the inviting restaurant serves up the best of Spanish small dishes. You will find your favorites from pan con tomates (bread with tomatoes), to croquettas and tortillas, as well as a great selection of iberico hams, fish and meat and of course, the star of the show, paella - their specialty is the arroz negro which is paella in squid ink, aioli and calamari. Delicious!

    Calle Ocho, Fashion Walk, 8 Cleveland St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 26388895, https://www.calleocho.hk/

  • best new restaurants to try in hong kong in january 2023

    THE PEAK LOOKOUT: Family Favorite Reopens

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    After a few months of works and renovations, The Peak Lookout has finally opened its doors again with a fresh new look and menu. The food is still very varied and perfect for a family outing after a hike to the Peak. Dishes range from Thai to Indian to Continental, with classic dishes like tandoori, American grilled steaks, pastas, burgers and sandwiches, and of course curries and pad thai.

    The Peak Lookout, 121 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong, +852 28491000, https://www.peaklookout.com.hk/

  • new restaurant openings in hong kong january 2023

    SHAKE SHACK: New Festive Menus

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    This Chinese New Year Shake Shack is celebrating the Year Of The Rabbit with a new festive menu available from January 17 to February 26, 2023. In addition to its regular menu, there will be new exclusive additions like the Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich (you can choose from breast or leg) and Hot Honey Chicken Bites - both come with a delicious sweet and sour sauce.

    Shake Shack, multiple locations across Hong Kong, https://www.shakeshack.com.hk/

  • new family friendly restaurants to try in hong kong this january 2023

    69 ON JERVOIS: New Bar & Grill In Sheung Wan

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    Describing themselves as an "exciting new bar and grill" and a "very British affair" yet "deeply rooted in Hong Kong", 69 On Jervois is exactly that: high ceilings, a lively atmosphere and comfort food at its best. The food menu is extensive, with lots of small plates to share like welsh rarebit, potted crab and king oyster mushroom on toast while you sip on your cocktail. There are larger plates like the deliciously sounding chicken schnitzel, sausage and lentil casserole, and The Jervois Burger (wagyu beef, cheddar cheese, signature sauce, rocket salad and chips). Lighter options include meats, fish, and vegetarian options from the grill. There are lots of side plates to complement your meal like charred Brussels sprouts, chili potatoes and the 69's mac and cheese. Finish it all off with a classic Eton Mess or baked apple crumble.

    From January, 69 On Jervois will be open for lunch and dinner from Monday to Saturday, with set lunches available. A Saturday brunch menu and all-day-traditional British roast on Sunday will also be served.

    P.S: If you fancy a late-night tipple, head to Behind 69, their intimate speakeasy bar just behind the restaurant.

    69 On Jervois, 69 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 97586715, info@69onjervois.com, https://www.69onjervois.com/

  • yakiniku tabeyo

    YAKINIKU TABEYO: Futuristic Dining In Sha Tin

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    Next time you’re in Sha Tin, pop over to Yakiniku Tabeyo where kids will delight as they see their food served via spaceships on a conveyor belt. Order from their extensive menu of meats and seafood which you can then grill at your table. Dishes range from Wagyu beef sets, to whole squid and all come with rice, soup and a side salad.

    Yakiniku Tabeyo, G/F, Shop 19-20, Block F, Garden Riviera, 20-30 Tai Chung Kiu Road, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, +852 23978118, https://www.instagram.com/eat_tabeyo/

  • XIA FEI FEI: New Chinese Restaurant In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    With outposts in Shanghai and Beijing, Xia Fei Fei brings authentic and modern Chinese cuisine to Hong Kong. Choose from a range of specialty Shanghainese and Sichuan dishes such as marinated chicken in Chinese yellow wine, smoked duck egg with walnuts, a varied range of Chinese barbecue options, dim sum and more. Do not miss the duck which comes either fried or tea-smoked.

    Xia Fei Fei, Shop 211, 2/F, Melbourne Plaza, 33 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 25227611, https://xiafeifei.hk/

  • best new hong kong restaurants january 2023

    TAI THAI: New Casual Thai Restaurant Close To Central Escalator

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    You may have noticed a cozy and inviting restaurant on your morning commute on the Central escalator walkway- it's Tai Thai, and it serves up all our Thai favorites! All variations of Khao Soi are available - chicken, beef and salmon - and is served with fresh herbs, crispy egg noodles, Thai chili sauce and pickled Thai cabbage as well as national all-time favorites like pad Thai, green curries, Pad Kra Pao Moo, Larb Moo, Tom Yum Kung. It's perfect for a midweek lunch or dinner when you're just craving simple yet delicious Thai food. They are open every day for lunch and dinner and also do private catering!

    Tai Thai, 2/F, 27 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 93768980 (Whatsapp), Instagram

  • best new restaurants to try in hong kong 2023

    FIVE GUYS: New Location In Festival Walk

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    Five Guys has certainly been a success in Hong Kong and now it's opening up its ninth venue! The huge 300sq meter venue in Festival Walk will serve up its delicious freshly prepared and fully customized burgers (15 different toppings are available), iconic hand-cut fries and decadent milkshakes with 9 different mix-ins. You also will also be able to take in beautiful views of Lion's Rock thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows. Grab the kids and head there now!

    Five Guys, Units L2 - 43 & 45 Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Hong Kong, https://www.fiveguys.com.hk/

  • best new restaurants to try in hong kong january 2023

    BAPE CAFE: First-Ever In Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    Streetwear brand A Bathing Ape® has opened its first-ever cafe in Hong Kong's Harbour City, right inside its new clothing store. Pick up a stylish t-shirt or hoodie before heading to the cafe to indulge on delicious starters like crab tartare and Mexican quesadillas as well as loads of kid-friendly options like creamy mushroom linguine, pizzas and more! The kids will love the themed decor and goodies!

    Bape Cafe, Shop G301, G/F, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 25 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 27059340, @bapestorehongkong

  • best new restaurants to try in hong kong january 2023

    KATANA: New Japanese Kushiyaki Restaurant In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    Katana is the new Japanese Kushiyaki (meaning skewered poultry and non-poultry items) in Central gracing the corner of Staunton street and the escalator where the former Mana! was located. Serving up perfectly skewered chicken, meats and seafood, you can also find various tempura dishes as well as Japanese mains such as udon and donburi here, perfect for a quick after-work dinner. Closed Sundays.

    Katana, 8 Staunton Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong, +852 28682080,@katana_yakitori

  • best new family friendly restaurants to try in hong kong 2023

    CALL ME AL: New Wine Bar & Restaurant In Sai Yin Pun

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    If you're looking for a fun night out away from the kids, for a date night or a group gathering, then head to the newly-opened Call Me Al. The space is convivial with lots of bar seating and hight tables and chairs and with an extensive wine and cocktail menu and an amazing music playlist to boot, you are in for a fun night! As for the food, Call Me Al does comfort food at its best: beef tartare and nibbles, wholesome duck leg confit or ribeye as mains, and hearty decadent desserts. Open for dinner and drinks from 5pm.

    Call Me Al, 123 Queen's Road West, Sai Yin Pun, Hong Kong, @callmealhk

  • best new restaurants in hong kong 2023

    DARA: New Filipino Restaurant In Sai Wan

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This January

    Dara is the first fine-dining Filipino restaurant to grace Hong Kong's ever-growing restaurant scene. Located in the cool Artisan House in Sai Wan, the atmosphere at Dara is fun and inviting thanks to its extensive Filipino-inspired signature cocktail list and authentic and refined food. Munch on some Kamote fries (sweet potato fries with sour cream) as you sip on your drink and order the Lumpiang Shanghai - seasoned ground pork with carrots, onions, and water chestnuts, the tuna kinilaw (tuna cubes, lemon grass, ginger and green chilis) as well as the beef sinigang, ribs in a tamarind based soup. It is currently in soft opening and open for dinner Tuesday to Sunday from 6:30pm till late. Perfect for date nights and large groups.

    Dara, The Artisan House, 1/F, Shop 6, 1 Sai Yuen Lane, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, +852 51074474, https://linkpop.com/dara_hkg

  • Check Out Our DECEMBER 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • best new restaurants hong kong 2022

    VISTA: New Italian Restaurant Concept In TST, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    Taking up two floors at One Peking Road in TST (where Aqua and Hutong used to be) is the newly opened Italian restaurant Vista. With locations in Dubai, New York, Miami and now in Hong Kong, this concept by the aqua restaurant group promises "real deal" Italian cooking. There are Cicchetti (or small plates) to start featuring dishes like burrata with San Daniele ham, grilled octopus salad, rainbow trout tartare, thin crust pizzas, "nonna style" pastas and risottos, as well as larger plates like breaded veal cutlets, suckling pig and more. Enjoy the breathtaking harbor views of Hong Kong while sipping on one of their signature Negronis.

    Vista, 29-30/F, One Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 27783255, vista@aqua.com.hk, https://vistahk.com/

  • best family friendly restaurants in hong kong 2022

    KAPPOU MU & ROOM 3: Dual-Concept Venue To Open At H Zentre, TST

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    A Japanese dual-concept is set to grace the fashionable H Zentre this mid-December in TST. Head to Kappou Mu for an intimate omakase experience like no other at their 14-seat counter featuring seasonal produce and specialties expertly prepared by a curated team of sought-after Japanese chefs formerly helming the city's best kitchens (Tenku RyuGin, Sushi Nakamoto and Kashiway). Right next door is room 3, serving up revolutionary cocktails and innovative Japanese tapas. room 3 indeed encompasses 3 rooms, each with a unique theme and flair.

    Kappou Mu & room 3, Shop UG01-03, UG/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 66176602.

  • best new restaurants in hong kong december 2022

    YUMMEEE: Multi-Cuisine Restaurant Concept At K11 MUSEA Food Playground

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    YumMee is the latest restaurant to open at the K11 MUSEA food playground and aims to bring all the traditional flavors of South East Asia under one roof. The menu features all-time favorites like wonton noodle soup, Bangkok boat noodles, Laksa and more. The simple yet varied menu is perfect as a family-friendly option.

    YumMee, 203B, Floor B2, K11 MUSEA Food Playground, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 36894189, https://gaiagroup.com.hk/restaurant/yummee

  • new restaurants december 2022 hong kong

    SEP: New Vietnamese Restaurant In Central, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    Recently opened SEP is the latest restaurant to join the ever-growing roster at trendy dining destination H Code in Central. The contemporary Indochine Vietnamese restaurant prides itself in comfort food with a wood fire oven concept. The decor is warm and inviting and a true reflection of Indo-Vietnamese roots with gold and wood paneling, bamboo touches, and local artworks. The restaurant features an open kitchen where guests can watch the chefs in action as they prepare your 8-course tasting menu (HK$2,400 for 2 pax), featuring Saigonese Banh Mi, Hoi An chicken, and Mekong spring rolls among other classics.

    SEP, 19/F, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 21165433, info@sep-hk.com, https://sep-hk.com/

  • new restaurants to try in december in 2022 hong kong

    LA VIÑA BAKERY: New Location IN Causeway Bay

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    You can now delight in La Viña Spanish and specifically Basque pastries in Causeway Bay as they've just opened a new location there! Their new location offers cozy dine-in facilities, so you can enjoy one of their signature offerings like the Basque Burnt Cheesecake, European pastries (the coconut buttercream croissant sounds delightful), breads, cookies, cakes and more while sipping on a warm cup of coffee.

    La Viña, Shop G-09, G/F, World Trade Center, 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 96615105, https://www.lavina.hk/

  • New family-friendly restaurants to try in hong kong in 2022

    BASEHALL 2: The Eclectic Sister Venue Of Basehall To Open In Jardine House

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    Set to soft open in mid-December in Jardine House, Basehall 2 is arriving just in time for the festive season and brings some of the city's top culinary talents under one roof. With 13 innovative and independent concepts to choose from you will be spoilt for choice! Set to become the ultimate foodie destination for lunch, dinner, cocktails and everything in between, Basehall 2 will feature a vibrant event space created in partnership with Test Kitchen Hong Kong, a sleek 18-seat Chef's Counter as well as a hidden speakeasy concept (set to open in early 2023). You will also find the ever-so-popular late-night Japanese and Korean bites at designated stalls and much more!

    Basehall 2, LG/F, Jardine House, 1 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong, info@basehall.hk, http://www.basehall.hk/

  • best new restaurants in hong kong december 2022

    ROSITA: New Latin American Restaurant In Ship Street, Wanchai

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    Rosita is the latest restaurant to grace the ever-so-popular Ship Street in Wanchai, cooking up Latin American cuisine in a semi-fine dining setting. Rosita will blend Japanese, French and of course Latin influences to bring you some innovative dishes. The comfortable restaurant is designed like the extension of a living room with an open plan kitchen, conveying intimacy and warmth. We can't wait to try it! Rosita will soft open for dinner daily starting mid-December, serving a unique six-course tasting menu for HK$988 per person.

    Rosita, 1-7 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 9726, 4188, info@rosita.hk, https://www.rosita.hk/

  • best new restaurants to try in hong kong 2022

    DOUGH BROS: Open Their 10th Store IN TKO Waterfront Plus Festive Pizzas To Enjoy

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    In early December, firm family favorite Dough Bros will be opening its 10th store and expanding to up-and-coming TKO! Expect their signature artisanal sourdough chewy crust, wide range of toppings and THAT dip (!) as well as generously filled doughnuts. Dough Bros are also expanding their menu this festive season with their Festive Feast Pizza (tomato, mozzarella, brie cheese, turkey ham, bacon-wrapped sausage, cranberry sauced and toasted rosemary) as well as their Chocolate Bailey's Doughnuts with Bailey's Irish Cream Liqueur!

    Dough Bros, Shop G18A, G/F, Monterey, 23 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong, www.doughbroshk.com

  • best new restaurants in hong kong 2022

    BUSHRA: New Middle Eastern Restaurant And Lounge In TST

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This December

    Take a look at Bushra's menu and be immediately transported to the Middle East. The food promises classic dishes from Lebanon, Egypt and Moroccan - indeed the chefs helming the kitchen are all from there respectively! So expect traditional and authentic cuisine thanks to their classic Lebanese and Egyptian mezzes, and mains inspired from Morocco like the beef tagine and chicken couscous. Head to their lounge for a shisha afterwards and Middle-Eastern inspired cocktails designed by Sandeep Kumar of The Wise King.

    Bushra, Shop G06 G/f & UG16 UG/F at Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 61723591, https://www.facebook.com/bushrahongkong

  • Check Out Our NOVEMBER 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • DANJI: Modern Korean Bistro Concept In Wan Chai, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    Danji is the latest Korean bistro to grace Sun Street in Wan Chai’s trendy Starstreet precinct. It's named after the traditional earthenware pot used to store sauces and ferment kimchi throughout the winter months. They offer traditional and home-style Korean cuisine that is energized with a modern flair. The menu features dishes such as Buckwheat Kimchi Crepe (HK$78), a freshly made buckwheat tortilla topped with well-riped homemade kimchi Make sure to also try Galbi Jjim (HK$280), the aromatic Korean braised beef short ribs, and the Grilled Eel (HK$228) with sliced ginger and chili sauce.

    Danji, 7 Sun Street, Starstreet Precinct, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2623 9983 danjihk@gmail.com, Instagram Page

  • RÊVERI: Fine-Dining Restaurant In Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    Rêveri promises a welcoming fine-dining experience, offering simple yet forward-thinking lunch and dinner tasting menus that combine Asian flavors with western cooking styles! Their tasting menu features wonderful dishes such as Carabinero Tart, an emulsion of red prawn, foie gras mousse, and yuzu sake jelly in a light, crispy tart with beads of caviar. The Australian Wagyu Duo is another signature dish that offers the most prized cut of beef two ways—simply seared, and braised with red fermented bean curd, served with celeriac and potato gratin. Rêveri will launch in early November in Sheung Wan.

    Rêveri, 20-24 Mercer Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 6778 7278‎, reservation@reverihk.com, reverihk.com

  • TRATTORIA KAGAWA BY MIHARA: Japanese And Italian Fusion Restaurant In Wan Chai, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    Trattoria Kagawa by Mihara is the latest restaurant to join the trendy street of Ship Street in Wan Chai. This unique restaurant marries the art of teppanyaki and Italy’s culinary tradition. Their expansive menu features signature starters including Trippa alla Kagawa (HK$68), slow-cooked tripe with a homemade sauce using Japanese tomato, Kagoshima egg, and parmesan cheese or the Japanese Chicken Karaage (HK$68) served with sides of sesame and anchovy tartar sauces – which combines two classic sauces of Japan and Italy. One of the chef's personal favorites is the Uni Carbonara (HK$238 - as seen in the photo). They also offer a varied cocktail menu that complements the wonderful menu.

    Trattoria Kagawa by Mihara, G/F, 18 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 5394 3690, trattoriakagawa@ponghk.com, Instagram Page

  • ORO AND TOPTOWN: Manhattan-Italian Restaurant And American Seafood Bar In Central, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    Gian Franco Razzani is launching not one but two unique restaurants in Central, ORO, a Manhattan-Italian restaurant, and TOP TOWN, an American seafood bar.

    Oro (meaning gold in Italian) offers a peak into a decadent past; guests will love the stunning decor (ideal for datenight!). Highlights of the menu include Astice & Burrata, a Boston lobster perfectly cooked and presented tableside from a trolley. Carnivores will surely choose the Arrosticino Abruzzese, a traditional street dish of skewed meats cooked over charcoal. They also offer lovely yet simple cocktails with New York allusions like The Influencer, 1930, Marco Polo, Yellow Taxi, The Big Apple, and more.

    TOP TOWN is an art-deco-inspired indoor-outdoor venue boasting spectacular views of the city's beloved skyline. The day-to-night hotspot is ideal for casual lunches to late-night cocktails. Their menu features sharing platters such as the Italian Antipasti Tower, designed for four people, with a mix of the best Italian fare such as salumi, mortadella, cheeses, and pickles, or the Seafood Platter, with king prawn, Boston lobster, oysters, crab legs and scallops. For people with a sweet tooth, there is also the Dessert Tower, built on a foundation of chocolate mousse, cheesecake, brownie, crème brulee, topped with a pistachio popsicle!

    ORO, Manhattan-Italian Restaurant, 30/F, 28 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong +852 2133 7517, info@oro-toptown.com, www.oro-toptown.com

    Top Town, American Seafood Bar, 31/F, 28 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2133 5769, info@oro-toptown.com, www.oro-toptown.com


  • BÀRBAR: Spanish Tapas And Wine Bar In Wan Chai, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    A new chic Spanish tapas and wine bar has hit the scene of Wan Chai! Tempting their diners with a Spanish ingredients-driven menu that's traditional yet playful and caters to all persuasions and appetites. Meat lovers will enjoy the eye-catching charred deboned beef rib, roasted pumpkin purée, Mojo Rojo and Mojo Verde (HK$288). They also offer various delectable paellas, from the iconic black paella, a fragrant version made with squid ink, mixed seafood and topped with aioli (HK$125 for the small portion and HK$198 for the big portion to the lobster Fideua (HK$295), a much-loved Valencian noodles cooked in rich lobster stock and topped with fresh lobster that is packed with flavors. Make sure to leave some room for dessert, as the pear braised in Sangria, whipped mascarpone, lime sorbet, almond (HK$78) is to die for!

    Bàrbar, Shop A, G/F, Pinnacle Building, 9 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2810 0008, https://barbar.hk/

  • TUNG CHUNG KITCHEN: 4 Restaurants In 1 On Lantau Island, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    Tung Chung Kitchen is ideal for families, especially if each family member is in the mood for something different. Here you can mix and match your own meals and watch the chef prepare rich, flavor-packed dishes in full view at a variety of internationally themed stations. They offer four different stations: dim sum & noodles, Indian corner, salad bar, carvery station, and a dessert bar. All stations feature locally-grown foods and freshly-harvested produce. They also have Kid’s Play Corner that's open on the weekends, making it the perfect place for weekend lunches and dinners!

    Tung Chung Kitchen, G/F, Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau, Hong Kong, +852 2352 8021, https://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/hkgfp-four-points-hong-kong-tung-chung/

  • NOI: Italian Fine Dining With Japanese & French Influences In Central, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    Noi is the brainchild behind the award-winning Chef Paulo Airaudo and the latest restaurant at Four Seasons Hong Kong. Noi, meaning “we” or “us” in Italian, is a Contemporary Italian concept that offers diners a chance to get up close and personal with the chef to learn about his culinary heritage and passion for high-quality ingredients. Offering an exquisite fine dining experience that combines his culinary skills together with Italian traditions as well as influence from French and Japanese cuisine that he refined throughout his career.

    Noi, Podium, Level 5, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3196 8768, https://restaurantnoi.hk/

  • MULINO: Mediterranean Food In Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    You can't go wrong with Mediterranean food; it's the perfect crowd-pleaser as it tends to have something on the menu for everyone. Mulino is the latest Mediterranean restaurant to pop up on the beautiful waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui East and offers both outside and indoor dining. Founded by Egyptian chef and culinary director Mohamed Hegazy and Moroccan Executive Chef Faycal El Moujahid, their menu features dishes such as Baked Aubergine, Lamb Kofta, Seafood Carta Fata, and Octopus Salad. This is a great place to have a laid-back dinner and enjoy the gorgeous views of the harbor.

    Mulino, Unit 1-6, 45 & 46, G/F, Wing On Plaza, 62 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 2721 3600, https://www.chesshouserestaurants.com/

  • JIANGSU CLUB: Chinese Restaurant In Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This November

    If you're looking to expand your knowledge of Chinese food as a family, head to Jiangsu Club in Sheung Wan. They specialize, as you may have guessed, in Jiangsu cuisine. The menu provides the guests with a unique insight into their province, highlights include Chicken and Wonton Soup, Braised Pork BellyJiangsu Eight Treasures Duck and so much more!

    Jiangsu Club, 2/F, Alliance Building, 130-136 Connaught Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 6230 8973, Instagram Page

  • Check Out Our OCTOBER 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • OZAKAYA: Japanese (Kansai Cuisine From Osaka) Restaurant In Wan Chai, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    OZAKAYA is the latest trendy Izakaya restaurant to open its doors in Wan Chai, paying homage to Kansai, cuisine from the city of Osaka. The kitchen will be led by the young and talented head chef Jason Luk who has created original signature dishes that can be found throughout the enticing a la carte menu. The menu is divided into Sushi and Sashimi, Raw, Green, Small, Fried, Grill, Grain and Sweet. Guests will be delighted by dishes such as the takoyaki croquette with tonkatsu mayo (HK$98), the amadai uroko yaki served with an umami-rich miso and tomato paste (HK$228), and the uni & bone marrow noodle (HK$288). OZAKAYA will also offer a range of imaginative cocktails, wines and sake, including an extensive list of premium sake from Osaka’s Daimon Brewery.

    Ozakaya, 1/F, 74-80 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 3702-5245, Instagram Page

  • TERRACE BY LQV: French Al Fresco Dining In Stanley, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    Terrace by LQV is launching a French Riviera-style alfresco experience in Stanley this fall! It's their second opening this year, following their success in Central. Families will love the sunny outdoor terrace space and their curated French Mediterranean menu. Offering an extensive wine list, with a focus on rosé, white wines and Champagnes, as well as a selection of French artisanal spirits. There will also be a Children’s Menu available every day from noon and a breakfast menu from 10am on weekdays and 8am on weekends! The Terrace by LQV in Stanley will open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week from October 14, 2022!

    Terrace by LQV, 23 Carmel Road, Shop 505, Stanley Plaza, Stanley, Hong Kong, https://www.terracebylqv.com/

  • CHULLSCHICK: Peruvian Restaurant In Wan Chai, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    South American food is making a great comeback in the Hong Kong dining scene, and we are here for it! ChullsChick is a family-friendly Peruvian restaurant that has hit the streets of Wan Chai, offering mouthwatering dishes such as the famous Pollo a la Brasa, perfectly roasted chicken (you can order a quarter, half or a whole chicken), Peruvian Salchipapa, which is sausage, french fries, truffle mayo, and ketchup. They also have various Ceviches, marinated vegetables and raw fish. This an ideal spot for families, and they're open for brunch, lunch, dinner and catering!

    ChullsChick, Shop D, E, F, 2-12 Moon Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 6538 0188, https://www.chullschick.com.hk/

  • CASTELLANA: Northern Italian Restaurant In Central, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    Castellana is conveniently located in the heart of the city and is offering Northern Italian cuisine, specifically from Piedmonte. Head Chef Romeo Morelli reproduces traditional authentic food but with a modern twist and an updated presentation. Their menu offers an array of beautiful dishes such as the Bottoni di aragosta blu, a homemade "Bottoni" ravioli filled with Brittany blue lobster and tomato sauce, or the La fassona a Torino, a fassona veal served with taleggio cheese. Make sure to leave room for their Selection of Piedmontese cheese!

    Castellana, UG-1/F, Club Lusitano Building, 16 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3188 5028, https://www.castellanahongkong.com/

  • LOLA: Spanish Restaurant In Central, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    Lola was founded Jassi Singh, who adores Spain and wishes to give his guests a typical fun Spanish night out, with cocktails inspired by different regions in Spain and Latin America. This a fantastic place for mom and dad to start their date night, where you can enjoy fantastic Spanish style nibbles that compliment their unique cocktails!

    Lola, LG, 37 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 5348 4775, https://www.lolahk.com/

  • MONMONO: Japanese/French Fusion Restaurant In Central, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    You may know of Monmono and their monochrome blue design restaurant that opened in Tsim Sha Tsui a while back. Now they're opening a new location, this time in Central, and the color is yellow. Offering guests a Japanese-French fusion menu, where you can choose between a three-course lunch from HK$480 or a six-course dinner from HK$1,080. The creators of Monmono see this venture as an art project instead of a typical restaurant, and they wish to offer their guests a unique and interesting dining experience that plays on the five senses.

    Monmono, 44-46 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, https://www.montagegroup.co/monmono

  • CAFE SIAM: Opens New Thai Sister Restaurant In Quarry Bay, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    Cafe Siam has had a strong following since it opened its Thai restaurant in Kennedy Town, now, nearly half a decade later they're opening its second location in Quarry Bay. Expect an equally awesome menu that features dishes bursting with flavor, such as Pla Yang Bai Tong, a banana leaf grilled sea bass, or the Kaeng Phed Ped Yang, a Bangkok-style roasted duck red curry and more. We also love their tropical-flavored desserts like homemade coconut pudding and the classic mango sticky rice.

    Cafe Siam, Shop 8-9A, 12 Westlands Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, +852 6469 0760, https://www.cafesiam.com.hk/

  • TURTLE BY THE SEA: Al Fresco Dining In Sai Kung, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    For Sai Kung dwellers and those who wish to make a trip to the New Territories, check out the al fresco seaside dining spot called Turtle by the Sea, situated by Sai Kung Public Pier. This family-friendly restaurant is divided into two areas, a restaurant and bar on one side and a cafe on the other. Both spaces have a deck for outdoor dining, and it's a space where you can bring your furry friend. Their menu is vast and features something for everyone, from a full English brekkie to a healthy salad and plenty of sweet treats to finish the meal.

    Turtle by the Sea, Waterfront Park, 1 Wai Man Road, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, Instagram Page

  • QUÉ QAFÉ: Japanese Cafe/Restaurant In Tung Chung, Hong Kong

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This October

    QUÉ Qafé offers an urban escape in Tung Chung, where guests can enjoy an exotic blend of Western and Japanese cuisine. The menu features delicious Japanese-style tacos, from soft shell crab to deep-fried oysters and raw salmon. They also offer various salads, from the classic Ceasar with a runny egg to the ultra-fresh fruit salad. But save some space for the desserts and fresh pastries specially curated by award-winning pastry Chef Rin Horiuchi.

    QUÉ Qafé, Unit 284-285, 2/F, Citygate, 18-20 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, + 852 2381 8813, https://www.tastegourmet.co/restaurant/que

  • Check Out Our SEPTEMBER 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • THE MAGISTRACY: Restaurant Heritage Site In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Black Sheep Restaurants is honored to give The Magistracy, one of the hundred declared monuments in Hong Kong, a new life after it has been dormant for over 40 years. Launching in mid-September, they will be opening in three phases, with the first two being the Magistracy Dining Room and Botanical Garden. There are no menu releases as of yet, but both are inspired by timeless London restaurants and helmed by Michelin-starred Executive Chef Matthew Kirkley. Once completed, The Magistracy is set to contain two restaurants, three bars, a sports room, four private dining rooms, and a large wine cellar where wine-paired dinners are hosted.

    The Magistracy Hong Kong, 2 Arbuthnot Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2252 3188, reservations@themagistracyhongkong.com, https://www.themagistracyhongkong.com/


  • PONTY CAFE: All Day Breakfast/Biscuit And Cocktail Cafe In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    The uber-cool cocktail bar The Pontiac has got a sister venue, the Ponty Cafe. Let's support our local Hong Kong bartenders with this new awesome journey that features cocktails and biscuits! The menu offers mouthwatering biscuits with all types of sides, from avocado to bacon and, of course, heaps of country gravy. Fancy something more on the sweet side, order scrumptious buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup and a sunny-side-up fried egg. They also have a great little kids' menu, and make sure to order a few of their fantastic cocktails, like the Breakfast Manhatten or the Iced Spanish Coffee.

    Ponty Cafe, 15 Old Bailey, Soho, Central Hong Kong, https://www.instagram.com/pontycafehk/

  • SUSHI HARU RETURNS: Fine Dining Japanese Restaurant In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Black Sheep Restaurant's intimate 8-seat omakase Sushi Haru returns to the mezzanine level of Wyndham tower in Central. Chef Hirokuni Shiga will be curating the omakase menu, and he is no stranger to the luxury Japanese dining experience as he grew up in a family of restaurateurs and chefs. He has spent decades refining his skills in several Japanese dining styles, from kaiseki to tempura and yakitori, across Japan, Australia, Europe, and China.

    Sushi Haru serves an omakase menu (HK$2488 per guest) of the city's finest Edomae-style sushi. This style was first created in Edo (now Tokyo), the key difference between this kind of sushi is that the fish is marinated rather than served fresh, which was done out of necessity to stop the fish from spoiling. But during the process, it was discovered that preservatives such as soy sauce, salt, and vinegar enhanced the fish's natural flavors. So if you're looking for a truly unique fine dining experience, Sushi Haru will deliver!

    Sushi Haru, Mezzanine, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2111 1450, https://www.sushiharu.com.hk/

  • Little Cove Expresso Hong Kong

    LITTLE COVE ESPRESSO: Cafe/Restaurant In Kennedy Town

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Little Cove Espresso has expanded and can now be found in Kennedy Town; this gorgeous family-friendly restaurant is already uber-popular in Sai Kung. Our favorites on the menu include their bowls (Cacau is popular with the kids while Spirulina is a favorite for health nuts!), their breakfasts (ranging from Shashuka to Vegan Scrambled Tofu), to their fantastic coffee and smoothie menu. Prepare yourself for delicious breakfasts, healthy lunch, and coffee and matcha that has you returning again and again!

    Little Cove Espresso, Ground Floor, New Fortune House, 3-5 New Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, info@littlecoveespresso.com, https://www.instagram.com/littlecove.espresso/

  • THE BAYSIDE: Al Fresco Mediterranean Restaurant In Whampoa

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Looking for family-friendly alfresco dining in Whampoa, head to the new Mediterranean restaurant, The Bayside. Offering spacious in and outdoor dining, that is ideal for families wanting to meet up for some lunch during the weekend or weekdays. The menu features homemade pasta, a selection of delicious tapas, fresh seafood, and much more! They also plan to host live music once the COVID-19 ban lifts on live performances. Something to look forward to!

    The Bayside, Shop G1, G/F, 18 Tak Fung Street, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom, Hong Kong, +852 6108 9153, https://linktr.ee/thebayside.hk

  • Melrose Cafe In Central, Hong Kong

    MELROSE CAFE: Coffeeshop In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Melrose Cafe is inspired by California's laid-back vibe, it mixes a bit of cool with chill. This new coffee shop in Central is the perfect spot to have brunch with the family, grab a coffee, or meet up with friends right in the middle of Soho! Their beans are single-origin beans from Honduras, and they offer all your favorite coffees, lattes, and non-caffeine goodies too. On the food menu, you'll find sourdough toasties, pastries, and yummy sweets for the kids. You can also find pancakes, superfood green bowls, and unique breakfast items for the whole family to enjoy.

    Melrose Cafe, 46 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong, https://www.instagram.com/melrosecoffeehk/


    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Bakehouse, Grégoire Michaud’s local artisanal bakery that gathered a cult following, has opened its fifth location, this time in the shopping mecca that is Causeway Bay. The Bakehouse Causeway Bay bakery features both signature crowd favorites and new additions inspired by the neighborhood, such as the miso caramel and banana croissant, jalapeño cheese danish, espresso caramel éclair, and much more.

    Bakehouse Causeway Bay, 16 Kai Chiu Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, hello@bakehouse.hk, https://www.bakehouse.hk

  • JING: Multi-Sensory Dining Experience

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Jǐng is a fine dining Chinese restaurant that has recently opened in Wellwellwell inside Pacific Place and offers a phenomenal multi-sensory experience. Guests will dine in a 360-degree private area where the video walls that feature visuals and sounds alter the scenery every time a new course arrives, which creates a unique and immersive experience. Only 10 guests per evening are hosted, and the restaurant offers an 8-course meal (HK$999 per person) influenced by China's ancient tales. The menu features Duck Pear Symphony at the Li Yuen Opera (as seen in the photo); Yang Guifei Lychee Lobster; Fragrant Char Siu Gunpowder Lamb; and more!

    Jǐng, wellwellwell, Shop 002, LG1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, +852 2803 7881, http://www.wellwellwell.hk/

  • CHOTTO MAKI: Japanese Fusion Restaurant In Tsim Sha Tsui

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This September

    Chotto Maki has opened up another branch, this time in the bustling Tsim Sha Tsui. They are launching a new and exciting personalized noodle menu that takes inspiration from Hong Kong's cart noodles with a Japanese twist. Choose from a selection of noodles like soba, ramen, and green tea. Then choose your broth, curry, bone broth, or dandan, and finally, choose your toppings, from fried tofu to scallops and more! The menu also features their Classic Rolls and Signature Rolls, and wash it all down with their two new housemade bottled teas, peach oolong tea, and passion fruit oolong tea.

    Chotto Maki, Shop B, 42 Hankow Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 5111 6074, www.chottomaki.com

  • COTTON TREE PIZZERIA: New Restaurant In Central

    Alfresco Pizza Place In Hong Kong

    Who doesn't love pizza? Head to Cotton Tree Pizzaria for some lovely alfresco dining with the fambam! Serving piping hot pizzas fresh out of the oven, you'll be spoilt for choice at this new pizza joint in central. Whether you prefer a simple yet classic Margherita or prefer bold, cheesy pizzas like the Quattro Formaggi, there is a perfect slice for everyone here. They also serve fantastic Italian starters, such as Prosciutto di Parma with Cantaloupe Melon, Baby Gem Salad with Black Truffle Dressing, Ricotta Salata, Slow Cooked Egg, and more. Finish it off with the gorgeous homemade Limoncello!

    Cotton Tree Pizzeria, Cotton Tree Terrace, LG Level, The Murray, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3141 8888, www.niccolohotels.com/cotton-tree-pizzeria

  • BASIN: Mediterranean Cuisine In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    Basin is set to open its door in mid-August in the trendy area of Foco in Central. The space is inviting and warm, celebrating Mediterranean chic with subtle touches of gold and dark blue. The kitchen is inspired by the Mediterranean coast and will highlight three major cuisines, French, Spanish and Italian. The menu features Chef Bernabeu's favorites, such as zucchini flower with goat cheese, walnuts, truffles and honey, as well as smoked sardines with a traditional ajoblanco sauce. But make sure to save room for dessert, as their roasted peach with honey mascarpone and pistachio or the chocolate mousse with praline, hazelnut and sea salt are to die for! It's great for a family dinner out or datenight with the hubby.

    Basin, 3/F, Foco, 46-48 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2362 2699, https://www.basin.hk/

  • YUCCA DE LAC: Western Inspired Cantonese

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    Yucca de Lac is reopening in Hong Kong after officially closing its doors in 2005. This historic celebrity hot spot will return to The Peak Galleria with a revamped menu but still paying homage to its original Cantonese-Western menu that began in 1963. Four essential elements take center stage in the new menu—Classics, Nostalgic, Tourism, and Dining, with highlights including deep-fried marinated pigeon and pan-fried stuffed tofu with minced pork.

    Yucca de Lac, Shop 201-202C, 2/F, Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2638 2883, https://instagram.com/yuccadelac_1963/

  • PLAA: Thai Fine Dining In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    Plaa, a Thai-inspired restaurant, is the latest venture by ZS Hospitality Group, which also launched Testina earlier this year. Plaa, which literally means fish in Thai, had its soft opening on August 5 and is opening to the public on August 22, 2o22. Their menu (as you may have guessed from their name) is centered around seafood dishes from all over Thailand. Some of the star dishes on the menu are Nam Prik Kapi, a  Japanese Mackerel with Fermented Shrimp and Snake Gourd, or the Gaeng Som, a Thai Mantis Shrimp with Bottarga, Fingerroot Brioche and Chilli Butter.

    Plaa, 2/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2389 3288, https://www.plaa.hk/

  • Check Out Our AUGUST 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • CHEF'S CUTS: Premium Cuts And Seafood In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    Chef's Cuts is a new concept where a premium gourmet shop meets fine Western gastronomy and is situated at the Gold Coast Piazza in Tuen Mun. This idea of guests enjoying a one-stop shopping and dining experience all in one is popular in Europe, and is where the idea comes from. The kitchen has a great menu made from local and international ingredients that include lighter appetizers and more hearty mains, such as smoked salmon and abalone carpaccio, 12-day dry-aged Black Angus steaks and more!

    Chef's Cuts, Shop G01-03, G/F, Central Market, 93 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, info@chefs-cuts.com.hk, https://www.chefs-market.com.hk/chefs-cuts

  • BREEZE BISTRO: Coastal Inspired Restaurant

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    Another Mediterranean restaurant to hit this list, but this one is located in Kennedy Town and welcomes your furry friends! The menu is inspired by French, Italian and Greek cuisine, offering mouthwatering dishes such as the classic escargot with herb garlic butter or the New Zealand lamb shank with creamy mash and grilled vegetables. Make sure to wash it all down with their unique cocktails like the Mandarin Peel Old Fashioned.

    Breeze Bistro, 7-8 New Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 9020 6210, https://www.breezebistro.com/

  • TANDOORI BITES: Modern Indian Fusion Restaurant In Sai Ying Pun #SUPPORT

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    Support local by supporting Harry Bisht and his new restaurant called Tandoori Bites. You might know Bisht from his Indian grocer named Saffron in Kennedy Town, and he is an outstanding member of the community as he has been offering free meals to people in need for quite some time. His new restaurant revolves around his brick tandoor oven that churns out great comfort foods like Tandoori Chicken Momo, Chicken Tikka Naanza (an Indian take on pizza), and the vegetarian-friendly Samosa Chaat.

    Tandoori Bites, G/F, 178 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, +852 2342 5529, https://tandooribitesbarkitchen.oddle.me/en_HK/

  • BIANCO & ROSSO: Vermouth House In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    Bianco & Rosso, meaning White & Red in Italian, is a new vermouth house founded by mixologist Luca Andrei and Chef Ban Jee Min to pay tribute to the history of vermouth. They offer a unique bar and food menu comprising great pairings as you would find in famous vermouth bars in Barcelona and Milan. Check out delightful dishes such as the Spicy Salmon Cornetto and artisanal plates of pasta, which pair perfectly with their vermouth-based cocktails.

    Bianco & Rosso, G/F, 29 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2813 1669, https://biancoandrosso.com/

  • CHI YAWARAGY: Japanese Restaurant In Sheung Wan

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    A new Japanese kushiyaki restaurant (skewers of grilled meats and vegetables) has opened its doors in Sheung Wan. If you are into skewers, you should try this spot. The vast menu has something for everyone, from seasonal vegetables to rare wagyu beef offal cuts and fresh seafood. To have a little bit of everything, opt for the Chef's Exclusive Selection Set, which features an appetizer, seasonal dishes, eight different skewers, chicken broth with udon, and a lovely dessert.

    Chi Yawaragu, G/F, 28 Upper Lascar Row, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 9448 5988, https://www.chiyawaragu.com/

  • THE WANCH: The Famous Music Bar Has Returned To Wan Chai With Gastropub Menu

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This August

    The Wanch is back! This beloved music bar has been around since 1987 and has returned to a new location (still on the same street), but bigger and better. This time they also opened up a kitchen with a fantastic gastropub menu with all your pub favorites, from chicken pie to fish and chips and scotch eggs. Yum!

    The Wanch, 1/F, Henan Building, 90 Jaffe Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 3692 5933, https://www.thewanch.hk/

    Editor's Note: Live performances are not yet allowed under Hong Hong's social distancing rules.

  • Check Out Our JULY 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • CIRCUS BURGER POP-UP: Burger Pop-Up In Tsim Sha Tsui From July 4-14

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    Black Sheep Restaurants is excited to announce that Burger Circus is returning to Tsim Sha Tsui with a limited-time pop-up from July 4-14, 2022 from 11.30am to 2.30pm.

    They're offering three delicious burgers: The Classic (HK$156) with 5oz beef patty, lettuce, tomato, pickles and doused in their house-made Circus sauce, the signature American Cheeseburger (hk$156) with melted Wisconsin cheddar and sliced onion, or the Maytag Blue (HK$176) a 5oz beef patty, topped with Gorgonzola blue cheese, savory bacon, lettuce and tomato. All combos come with fries and a house-made cola. Make sure to leave room for dessert as they also have the classic Apple Pie (HK$80)

    Only available for pick up, pre-orders can be placed here.

    Burger Circus Pop-Up, 12 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, https://burgercircus.com.hk/

  • HUSO: French Date Night Restaurant In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    HUSO - Champagne & Caviar Specialist will be officially opening at The Pottinger Hotel on Thursday, July 7, 2022, in Central. They offer an excellent, yet selective Champagne list and a great menu of seafood-rich French Mediterranean cuisine topped with the finest caviars. HUSO aims to bring France'schampagne culture to Hong Kong and become the city's new hot spot to indulge in luxurious drinking and fine dining at modest prices.

    HUSO, Shop 2, The Pottinger Hotel, 74 QQueen'sRoad Central, Hong Kong, +852 5801 1280, Instagram Page

  • TIC TAC ROOM: Japanese/Western Restaurant In The Hong Kong Jockey Club In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    Tic Tac Room, located in The Hong Kong Jockey Club in Central, is set to open on July 5, 2022. Offering Western-influenced Japanese cuisine, also known as yōshoku. The menu has family favorites like karaage fried chicken, fried Ebi omurice, hamburger steak omurice, tonkatsu sandwich, and silky custard pudding. Yum!

    The restaurant is named after the Tic-Tac Men, who used a secret communication system of quick hand signals and movements traditionally used by bookmakers at UK racecourses to pass on odds information on horses without punters noticing.

    Tic Tac Room, 2/F, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Stanley St, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3586 0368, https://www.bookingrc.hkjc.com/

  • CREO BY BRENTWOOD: Coffeeshops In Kowloon Bay And Kennedy Town

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    Creo by Brentwood is a pair of eco-friendly coffee shops set to open in Kowloon Bay and Kennedy Town. Their aim is to promote local products and sustainability. Both cafes are wood themed, and the wooden coffeetables and coasters are made by local artists, HK Timberbank, Lai Chan Kee. Make sure to take a photo of the handprinted mural by artist Zlism.

    Offering freshly brewed coffee with the beans from local roaster Redback Coffee. Their menu features the classic egg avocado toast, fresh acai bowls, Ovaltine lava tart with marshmallow oasis and so much more!

    Creo by Brentwood, Instagram Page

    • Kowloon Bay, Shop C2, 1/F, Capital Tower, 38 Wai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay
    • Kennedy Town, G/F, 40 Forbes Street, Kennedy Town
  • PORKCENTRIC: European Bistro In Tai Hang

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    A new European bistro has opened up in the quaint neighborhood of Tai Hang. Porkcentric is founded by the same owners as Ask For Alonzo and offers a street food-inspired feast for meat lovers, especially as the name might suggest, pork. Highlights include the Hungarian pork chop tomahawk, Duroc porterhouse pork steak, and unique charcuterie like Slovenian deer salami and boar salami. Make sure to wash it all down with craft beer from international and local breweries served in large beer tanks.

    Porkcentric, G/F, 98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong, +852 9169 0298, https://www.porkcentric.com/

  • CREPES & BAKES: French Eatery In West Kowloon At Hong Kong Palace Museum

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    Crepes & Bakes opens on July 1, 2022, located by the Hong Kong Palace Museum in West Kowloon. This French eatery provides freshly baked goods and sweet and savory crêpes inspired by global flavors. The indoor-outdoor cafe offers unobstructed harbor views of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. They aim to offer a no-fuss experience that’s not only family and dog-friendly, but also the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch, coffee, and dinner. They will also start serving cocktails and mocktails for the ideal sunset experience!

    Crepes & Bakes, Museum Café 3, LG/F, Hong Kong Palace Museum, West Kowloon, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, +852 5125 9296, Facebook Page

  • TERROIRS BY LQV: Date Night Restaurant/Wine Bar In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    Terroirs by LQV is a new relaxed wine bar and lounge covering more than 2,000 sq. ft and offers the very best wines available in Hong Kong. It's located in the heart of Central and it's open from 3pm through to 12am from Tuesday to Sunday. Guests will be able to choose from beautifully-executed classic French plates that are all crafted in-house, such as the pâté en croûte, made entirely in-house with Noir de Bigorre pork and Maison Samaran foie gras, the Croque Monsieur made from Bobosse truffle ham and Janier 18-month Comte cheese on homemade bread.

    Terroirs by LQV, 3/F, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2550 0345, terroirs@lqv.fr, Facebook Page


  • AUOR: Fine Dining Restaurant In Wan Chai

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    A fabulous new fine dining restaurant has hit Hong Kong's foodie scene, and Auor is set to open this month in Wan Chai. Auor (pronounced 'Hour') is named for that magical time just before sunset when the sun dips in a sky glowing with warmth and color.

    Founded by Singaporean Chef Edward Voon, who creates dishes using Asian ingredients and flavors with French techniques. He is offering his guests a signature Six Rounds experience (six plates per person) or the Menu Dégustation (eight dishes per person) that can be enjoyed in either the two private dining rooms, a terrace, or the 10-seater chef's table.

    Auor, 4/F, 88 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2866 4888, http://auor.com.hk/


  • MIKURA: Japanese Restaurant In Causeway Bay

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This July

    City'super has opened up its very own Japanese restaurant called Mikura at the Sugar+ building in Causeway Bay that offers fantastic panoramic views of Victoria Park. The kitchen will be using City'super Japanese artisan brands such as Yamagata A5 grade Otome Ushi Wagyu beef, Hakataya soy milk, and Kayanoya dashi. The menu will feature classic Japanese dishes like sashimi, grilled fish, udon, donburi, and Nabemono (hot pot dishes)

    Mikura 3/F, Sugar +, 31 Sugar Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2219 0738

  • Check Out Our JUNE 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • New Transformers Themed Restaurant In Hong Kong

    TRANSFORMERS THEMED RESTAURANT: Kid-Friendly Restaurant In Causeway Bay

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    Hong Kong is getting a Transformer Themed Restaurant in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong! This is a big deal for kids, so watch this space for the opening dates. This restaurant is located directly across from Time Square in a multi-level venue. Brought to you by A La Carte and Hasbro, this is a new style of the restaurant for Hong Kong’s dining scene as it plans to combine smart technology, apps, and other technologies to create a one-of-a-kind immersive dining experience.

    Transformers Themed Restaurants, 38 Russell Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

  • GIOVANNI PINA: Italian Date Night Restaurant In North Point

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    Looking for a restaurant with gorgeous decor to glam up your date night, then look no further than Giovanni Pina. They have opened up their 4th branch in North Point, complete with a stunning floral decor inspired by the wisteria flowers in Florence. Offering a brand new menu with dishes such as Squid Ink Risotto with Grilled Octopus and Seafood, Roasted Australian Baby Lamb Racks in Pistachio Crust, and finished off by a delicious Tiramisu Martini, yum!

    Giovanni Pina, Level 1, Phase I, Harbour North, 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point, Hong Kong, +852 2755 1088, Facebook Page

  • MAKA HIKI TROPICAL BAR & GRILL: New Alfresco Tiki Bar & Restaurant In Tai Hang

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    There is a new Tiki bar in town, from the same owners that founded Honi Honi Tiki Cocktail Lounge. Now they're bringing you the Tropical Restaurant & Tiki Cocktail Bar Maka Hiki, that has recently opened Tai Hang. Their dishes are inspired by the world’s tropical islands located in the Caribbean, Polynesia, Indian Ocean, and Southeast Asia. You can either dine and enjoy a cocktail in their beautiful outdoor terraces or if you prefer some AC, there is gorgeous tropical indoor bar and restaurant too.

    Tropical Restaurant & Tiki Cocktail Bar Maka Hiki, 2F Little Tai Hang, The Corner House, 98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong, +852 2155 1777, https://maka-hiki.com/

  • HAKU RELOCATION: Japanese Fine Dining At IFC Mall In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    Well-loved HAKU has relocated to the 4th floor Rooftop Garden of IFC mall and is under the new direction of Executive Chef Rob Drennan. Highlighting premium ingredients from Japan as well as produce sourced from local Hong Kong farms.

    Guests can experience a brand new tasting menu boasting innovative gastronomy, such as the Uni Toast sprayed with Shiro dashi sitting atop a binchotan-grilled brioche and finished with a yuzu truffle emulsion; and the Hotaru Ika, in which tare-glazed bioluminescent firefly squid is grilled on binchotan charcoal and served cold with finger lime caviar, shisho emulsion, pickled pearl onions and baby sorrels in a charred onion broth.

    HAKU, Shop 4011, Podium Level 4, IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, +852 2818 8030, www.hakuhk.com


    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    This June, Rosewood Hong Kong is welcoming two new Italian dining concepts, BluHouse and The Dining Room. At BluHouse (opening ‍June‍ 9), diners will experience the vibrant streets of Italy in its sun-drenched dining hall or head to their outdoor terrace to take in the beautiful views of Victoria Harbour and some alfresco dining. The menu features delicious pasta, decadent roasted meats, pizzas, pastries, and gelato.

    Just behind the curtain of BluHouse, is The Dining Room (opening June‍ 23), where diners can expect an elegant, refined dining journey and more than 500 wine labels.

    BluHouse and The Dining Room, +852 3891 8732, hongkong.restaurantreservations@rosewoodhotels.com, https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hong-kong/dining/bluhouse

  • PAPADAKIS: Pop-Up Greek Restaurant In Tai Kwun

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    Black Sheep Restaurants and Tatler have joined forces once again, to bring you Papadakis, a new and transportive pop-up experience in Tai Kwun. Guests will escape into a world dedicated to the Greek islands. Highlights of the menu are the Scallop Saganaki, seared jumbo scallops basted with roasted cherry tomatoes, ouzo butter and a dusting of green herbs; Slow-roasted Lambthat has been marinated for 12-hours, wrapped and basted in lemon, spices and red wine and of course Greek classics like house-made Hummus, smoky Roasted Eggplant, Greek Village Salad and more!

    From May 24 - June 12, by invitation only, for guests aged 15 or older.

    Papadakis, 2nd Floor, The Magistracy, Tai Kwun, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3897 6623, dimitrios@papadakis.com.hk, https://www.summerfestival.com.hk/papadakis

  • BENKO BY NÜTE: Nutritious Japanese Restaurant At BaseHall In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    The Japanese Deli, nüte, is making a comeback at BaseHall as benko by nüte. Offering healthy and tasty bento bowls, veggie Gyozas, and oven-baked market fish served with umami brown rice and dashi soup. Vegetarians and vegans will be delighted with the number of options available to them, like the Nori Lentil Bolognese Don and the soothing Spinach Tofu Miso Soup. This is a great spot to get food on the go during weekdays.

    benko by nüte, BaseHall, LG9, Jardine House, 1 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong, http://www.basehall.hk/benko

  • NUEVO TAPAS BAR: Spanish Restaurant In Lan Kwai Fong, Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    A new Spanish tapas bar in has hit the busy streets of Lan Kwai Fong! Their menu features well-known tapas such as  Jamon Iberico and Manchego Cheese. But the kitchen is also getting creative, with dishes such as the mouthwatering Wagyu Cubes and the finger-licking Nuevo Wings. They also have a wicked cocktail list, with unique drinks like the Ruby and the Amethyst that changes color as you drink.

    Nuevo Tapas Bar, G/F, 8 Wing Wah Lane, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, +852 9080 5271, https://www.nuevotapasbar.com/

  • BAKU: Coffeeshop + Bar + Spa In Sai Kung

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This June

    Check out BAKU in Sai Kung for a uniquely relaxing experience. This new spot offers a spa, a bar with quality shisha, and a wonderful coffee shop that offers a taste experience with their creative pastry chef who bakes impressive desserts and more!

    BAKU, Shop G1-2, Pak Sha Wan Centre, Pak Sha Wan Street, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, +852 2868 9287, https://bakuba1gu3.godaddysites.com/

  • Check Out Our MAY 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • RAMATO: Southern Italian Restaurant In Sheung Wan

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This May

    Ramato, named after the tomato found in the Italian region of Puglia, is the latest neighborhood Italian restaurant to open in Sheung Wan. They'll be taking over from 208 Duecento Otto and offering bold and traditional Southern Italian flavors. Highlights include the Warm Octopus Salad, the 1.5kg Baked Seabass, Homemade Ricotta and Spinach Ravioli with Sage Butter, and the Vanilla Panna Cotta with Fresh Raspberries and Pistachios.

    Ramato, G/F, 208 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2549 0208, https://www.ramato.hk/

  • KIN FOOD HALLS: Huge Dining Hall In Quarry Bay

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This May

    KIN first started as an app that offers access to dishes from talented chefs all around Asia, made with regenerative and local ingredients, delivered without using carbon, and in environmentally packaging. Now they're opening the KIN Food Halls in Quarry Bay this month, Spanning across 18,000 square feet, with 300 seats and providing guests with an exciting range of culinary delights from over 200 recipes created from 40 famous restaurants across Asia.

    KIN Food Halls, 2/F, Devon House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, +852 5660 6740, https://kinfoodhalls.com/

  • SHAKE SHACK ON LANTAU ISLAND: New Branch At Citygate Outlets In Tung Chung

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This May

    This May, the well-loved Shake Shack is expanding and opening its 7th branch at Citygate Outlets in Tung Chung, offering all the family favorites, from the classic burgers, fries, and amazing milkshakes. To celebrate their opening, you can have a first taste of their limited-time Avocado Bacon menu, which includes the Avocado Bacon Burger, Avocado Bacon Chicken, and the Blackberry Lychee Lemonade. Only at the Citygate Shack until May 15, 2022.

    Shake Shack Tung Chung, Unit G20, G/F, Citygate Outlets, 20 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung, Hong Kong, +852 2987 1728, https://www.shakeshack.com.hk/

  • JAJA: Vegetarian Restaurant In Wan Chai

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong In May

    A new and exciting plant-based restaurant has opened at the Hong Kong Arts Centre in Wan Chai. JAJA is the Spanish equivalent of HAHA, and it celebrates a happy way of living. Their menu is designed to delight diners and features everything from fanciful desserts to healthy and savory vegetarian dishes. The kids will absolutely adore the fun and whimsical interior design, including fun art installations, an enchanting garden with panoramic harbor views, exhibitions by local artists, and a range of themed workshops.

    JAJA, 6/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2877 3999, https://www.miradining.com/jaja/

  • ADD+: Pan-Global Food Dining Hall In M+

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong This May

    Another cool food hall opening up this May is at the M+ in West Kowloon. ADD+ (All Day Dining) covers a space of over 10,000 square feet and offers its guests a casual main dining hall with a great view of the city's skyline and the Art Park, a bar, and a Grab & Go section for those who work in the area or have tickets to the museum. They offer a creative pan-global menu, with creative East meets West dishes such as Stir-Fried Spaghetti with Barbecue Pork in Goose Oil, the ADD+ Hainanese Chicken, the 18-layer ADD+ Club Sandwich, and so much more. Make sure to wash it all down with a fruity Iced Peach Tea and try the Egg Waffle 2 Gusti for a sweet treat at the end.

    ADD+, Unit A, B1, M+, West Kowloon Cultural District, 38 Museum Drive, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2656 4108, https://www.addplushk.com/

  • KOI: Japanese Bistro In Tseung Kwan O

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong In May

    Tseung Kwan O continues to grow and expand with fantastic new restaurants and bars. Koi is a new Japanese Bistro to hit the TKO's vibrant restaurant scene and sister restaurant to Teppanyaki Mihara, a local favorite. Chef Terufumi Mihara has created an innovative menu filled with Japanese classics (soups, yakitori, rolls and more) and signature dishes like Miyazaki A5 Wagyu Beef and Uni Roll, Marinated Akami Tuna Angel Hair Pasta with Ikura, Spicy Tuna on Crispy Saffron Rice Cracker, and more. Koi opens its doors in early May, book your table today!

    Koi, 18 Tong Chun Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong, +852 3618 8211, Facebook Page

  • AGORA: Spanish Fine Dining In Tai Kwun

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong In May

    Head to Agora, located on the unique historical grounds of Tai Kwun, for a lovely night out with the hubby. Founded by the same owner who opened 22 Ships in Wan Chai, Antonio Oviedo. You can expect the same level of modern Spanish fine dining and creative cooking style. Initially, Agora will only offer dinner service, where guests can choose between a 10 or 12-course tasting menu that uses seasonal ingredients imported from Spain. Agora is set to open in mid-May.

    Agora, Shop 14, G/F, D Hall, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2316 2005, Facebook Page

  • TRATORRIA PICCOLO: Italian Home Cooking In Kennedy Town

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong In May

    Previously known by the K-Town locals as Piccolo Pizzeria on Davis Street, recently they have relocated to Cadogen Street and changed their name to Trattoria Piccolo! Bringing its customers with a great revamped menu, specializing in dishes reminiscent of a Venetian Cicchetti bar, small bites made for sharing. The Cicchetti snack menu changes daily, with their chefs making their day-to-day runs to Smithfield wet market. A must-try is the Hamachi Crudo with Smoked Artichoke, Octopus Carpaccio with Sea Asparagus, and Guanciale Pizza with egg and Rosemary (as seen in the photo). And the Aperol Spritz are on point in the Trattoria Piccolo and served all day.

    Trattoria Piccolo, Shop B, G/F, 41 Cadogen Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 2824 3000, https://www.trattoriapiccolo.hk/

  • NEXT SHIKAKU: Oyster Broth Ramen In Central

    New Restaurants To Try In Hong Kong In May

    Another awesome noodle joint has opened up on Gough Street, specializing in oyster soup ramen. NEXT Shikaku offers its customers delicious hearty bowls of ramen with large amounts of imported Japanese oysters. You can choose between  3 types of ramen: Koeru (oyster broth ramen), Ikasu(oyster clear broth ramen), and Asobu (oyster broth dipping ramen). Make sure to also try the interesting Slow-Cooked Chashu and Cherry Wood-smoked Eggs.

    NEXT Shikaku, G/F, 11 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 6353 3110, Facebook Page

  • Check Out Our APRIL 2022 Best New Restaurants Featured Below:

  • TAI ON COFFEE AND TEA: New Hong Kong Coffee/Tea House In Yau Ma Tei

    New Wave Cha Chaan Teng In Hong Kong

    Check out the new wave cha chaan teng, Tai On Coffee & Tea in Yau Ma Tei. If your little one has a sweet tooth, this is the perfect spot to visit. They're creating classic Hong Kong baked goods with a unique modern twist, we love their fragrant lemon tea cookies served with a slice of baked lemon on top. The traditional egg tart is certainly not forgotten and is freshly baked every day, pairing perfectly with a coffee made from locally roasted beans from ideology.

    Tai On Coffee & Tea, 830 Canton Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Instagram Page

  • JUICY: New Brunch Spot And Juice Bar In Kennedy Town

    Juice Bar And Cafe In Hong Kong

    Trending in Kennedy Town, Juicy is serving up rockin’ fresh fruit juices, slushies, delicious sandwiches, coffee, and great cocktails too. Brought to you by the lovely folks at Quality Goods Club, offering outdoor lunch or toasties to go for a hike, and then you can head back for happy hour. This spot is a fun place for the whole family and healthy too.

    Juicy, G/F, 56 Forbes St, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, Instagram Page

  • SOUR DOUGH: New Bakery/Cafe In Wan Chai

    Artisan Deli In Hong Kong

    There is a new artisan deli in town, brought to you by Swiss pastry chef Gérard Dubois. As you may have imagined from the name, everything is made with sourdough, rye, white, and dark rye. They make delicious hearty sandwiches, like the Pastrami Sauerkraut and the Chicken Bombay with Honeyed Pumpkin. If you're craving something warm and healthy, make sure to try out one of their flavourful vegan soups, from Green Lentil & Harissa to Beetroot & Barley and more! It’s a bright, airy place and the ground floor is pet-friendly - perfect for a Saturday morning wake-up call or a coffee and croissant to-go.

    Sour Dough, Shop No. 2-3, G/F, Keen Hung Commercial Bldg, 80 Queen’s Rd East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, Instagram Page

  • MUSTARD BAR & GRILL: New Restaurant In Tin Hau

    Alfresco And Dog-Friendly Steakhouse In Hong Kong

    Head to Tin Hau to try out the fabulous new steakhouse, Mustard Bar & Grill. They have two terraces so that you can enjoy some alfresco brunching and dining, and both outdoor spots are petfriendly! So you can dine out with the whole family. Aside from the great steak, they also serve up freshly shuckedoysters with mignonette sauce, fantastic burgers and make sure to try out one of their many great cocktails while enjoying some sisha.

    Mustard Bar & Grill, 3/F, Golden Wheel Plaza, 68-70 Electric Road, Tin Hau, Hong Kong, +852 3462 2700, Instagram Page

  • CHICANO: Mexican Restaurant In Central

    Traditional Mexican Recipes With LA Flair

    A very exciting new Mexican restaurant has opened its doors on Gough Street, Central. Latino founders Gabriel Pérez and chef Edgar Vigo bring LA-influenced Mexican food to Hong Kong. With a mix of traditional Mexican recipes from Gabriel's abuela (grandmother) and the LA flair from Vigo, this spot is quickly becoming a new favorite in Hong Kong dining scene. From chicken enchiladas to tacos to Mexican-style sharing plates like the Birria with braised beef cheek or the Cauliflower Mole with pickled red onion, queso fresco, and almonds. Delicious!

    Chicano, 15 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 5595 3334, chicanohk.com

  • CHUBBY PAPA'S DELI: New Restaurant In Kennedy Town

    US Style Sandwiches In Hong Kong

    Yearning for some all-American sandwiches, check out the recently opened Chubby Papa’s Deli in Kennedy Town. Their hearty subs will surely hit the spot, from juicy Philly Cheese Steaks to the classic Reuben and so much more. If you reside in K-Town, Chubby Papas Deli will in no time be your new cozy neighborhood hangout for great breakfasts and lunches.

    Chubby Papa’s Deli, G/F, Shop 29, Hoi Tao Building, 7-11 Belcher’s Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 6995 8931, http://www.chubbypapasdeli.com/

  • BAR BLUE: New Fine Dining Restaurant In Central

    Seafood And Champagne Restaurant In Hong Kong

    Bar Blue is the ideal spot for the perfect date night; after all, what is a better paring than seafood and champagne. The latest fine dining restaurant to hit the Hong Kong foodie scene. If you're longing for seafood, Bar Blue will sort you out. Tuck into freshly opened oysters, tuna tartare mixed with an espelette mayo on top with variations of pickled radishes finished with a crisp made of tomatoes (as seen in the photo), black cod with cauliflower, and finish it off with chocolate tart made with Acarigua 70% dark chocolate. Yum!

    Bar Bleu, G/F, 9 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 5980 6107, Instagram Page

  • MOSU HONG KONG: New Fine Dining Restaurant In Kowloon

    High End Korean/Cantonese Cuisine In Hong Kong

    If you’re itching for a little culinary adventure on your next date night, Mosu Hong Kong is calling your name. Mosu was founded by Korean chef-founder Sung Anh in Seoul and gained two Michelin stars. Now they're venturing into our beloved city, and the kitchen will be led by another Korean chef, Shim Jung Taek. Both chefs are known for their innovative and creative cuisine, and they'll bring signatures from the flagship, like mouthwatering abalone tart, roasted acorn noodles, and more. But Mosu Hong Kong will also look forward to discovering and using local and seasonal produce to create dishes that reflect Hong Kong and the chef.

    Mosu Hong Kong, 3/F, M+ Tower, 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 2398 0291 2398 0291, www.mplus.org.hk/mosu-hong-kong


    New Restaurants Opening In Hong Kong:
    New Hong Kong Restaurants In April:
    • Nagamoto, 8/F, 18 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2520 5218, www.facebook.com/nagamotohk - Japanese Fine Dining
    • Maison Meiji, 1/F, 7 Mallory Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 6186 0889(WhatsApp), www.maisonmeiji.com - Japanese/Western Fusion Cuisine
    New Hong Kong Restaurants In March:
    • Clarence, 25/F, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3568 1397, www.clarencehk.com - French/Asian Fine Dining
    • Mendel’s Delicatessen, 66-68 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, mendelsdeli.com - Jewish Deli
    • CHINESOLOGY, Shop 3101, 3/F, ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 6809 2299, www.chinesology.com - Modern Chinese Fine Dining
    • Embla, 11 Upper Station St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2559 8508, www.embla-hk.com - Nordic Fine Dining
    • dean&david, 128 Second Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, https://deananddavid.com/hk-en/ - Healthy Eats


Want More?

Little Steps Asia knows what families need.
Sign up for our email newsletters to get the most out of Asia!


Hong Kong Tips, Deals + Events.


Sign up for the Bump Club to get exclusive info + deals.

We Know Asia

Weekly Emails for Bump Club, Travel and More!

Subscribe to Our Newsletter for the Latest Updates

* indicates required
Which city group would you like to receive updates and news from?

When you sign up you'll receive our newsletter packed with actionable strategies, free resources, and news.