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The 7 Best Fine DIning Restaurants in Hong Kong

The 8 Best Fine DIning Restaurants in Hong Kong

For most people, Hong Kong’s dining scene ranges from affordable eateries to fancy brunches. But if you’re after top-tier dining experiences and superb service, don’t you worry: we also have those!

If you’re seeking the absolute-best culinary hotspots in our city, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of these exceptional fine dining spots, each chosen for their exceptional meals and impeccable service. 



Address: World Trade Centre, L1101, 11/F, 280 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday: 12 pm to 11 pm

At Bochord in Hong Kong, we were greeted warmly by attentive staff upon arrival. Our dining experience commenced smoothly with efficient service and prompt seating.

The menu at Bochord boasts a diverse selection of dishes, catering to various tastes and dietary preferences. Each dish we sampled showcased fresh ingredients and meticulous preparation, satisfying our palates with flavorful combinations.

From succulent seafood to tender meats and vibrant vegetarian options, Bochord delivers on both taste and presentation. Our dishes were skillfully crafted, reflecting a commitment to culinary excellence.

We’d like to highlight the upcoming launch of their new menu at Bochord, featuring an enticing à la carte selection with a wide variety of steak choices, promising to elevate the dining experience further. Additionally, the restaurant will continue to offer their quarterly updated tasting menu, ensuring patrons always have something new to savor, while the refreshed lunch menu every two weeks adds an element of excitement and variety to midday dining options.

Our overall dining experience at Bochord was delightful, leaving us impressed with both the food quality and attentive service. Whether seeking a casual meal or a special dining occasion, Bochord proves to be a reliable choice in the bustling culinary scene of Hong Kong.

We recommend Bochord to anyone looking for a memorable dining experience in Hong Kong, where impeccable service, delicious food, and reasonable prices converge to create a satisfying gastronomic journey.

Pro-tip: For a memorable dining experience at Bochord in Hong Kong, be sure to make a reservation in advance to secure your spot and avoid any wait times.



Address: 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 1:45 PM | 6:00 PM – 12:00 AM

This place has held onto two Michelin stars for a whopping 15 years straight and recently bagged The Michelin Green Star in 2022. That’s no small feat!

But what really caught our attention was their approach. Sustainability? Check. Innovation? Double check. 

They’re all about blending classical French techniques with consciously sourced ingredients. And guess what? Their menu is dairy- and gluten-free, which is pretty unique for a fine dining spot.

Pro-tip: When you’re heading to Amber, think smart and classy for your outfit. Chino shorts are cool for the guys, and it’s best to avoid torn jeans, singlets, flip flops, or sportswear. 



Address: 3/F, 18 On Lan St, Central, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Monday – Saturday: 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM | 6:00 PM 12:00 AM

To say that Arcane is a favorite of ours might be an understatement. It’s easily one of the best fine dining spots in Hong Kong that we just can’t get enough of. It’s all about their modern European cuisine, which changes with the seasons.

You’ve got your pick from a variety of dishes, plus daily specials and a set lunch menu that’s all about the freshest stuff from Japan, France, and the UK.

Oh, and the best part? Their wine collection is insane – like, 1,200 bottles insane. They really know their wine game!

For those into plant-based eating or with specific dietary needs, Arcane has options too. They always have veggie-friendly dishes on the menu and can cater to different restrictions.


Want a unique dining vibe? Snag a seat on their terrace. It’s an English tropical garden surrounded by fresh kitchen greens, an idyllic spot for al fresco dining enthusiasts. 

Booking a table here isn’t a last-minute deal. They take reservations for individual bookings a month ahead, so make sure you mark your calendar for a fantastic experience at Arcane!

Hansik Goo


Address: 1/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Friday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM | Tuesday – Sunday: 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM

So you’ve probably tried every Korean fried chicken and BBQ spot in town, right? 

But hey, have you ventured into Korean fine dining in Hong Kong? We recently checked out Hansik Goo, and let me tell you, it’s a Michelin-starred gem led by Chef Mingoo.

We love the vibe here – totally unpretentious but elegant in its own way. Picture simplistic yet classy interiors with warm wood accents that just set the mood.

Now, here’s the deal with Hansik Goo: their menus change with the seasons. But they always stick to authentic Korean ingredients and techniques, which is what matters.


Don’t miss out on the cheongju at Hansik Goo! This clear, sophisticated rice wine is a rare find in Hong Kong. Trust us, once you’ve had a taste, going back to soju won’t feel the same! 

Every summer, they also roll out something cool called the Korean Feast, a fancy spin on Korean BBQ that takes things up a notch. It’s a fan fave that you won’t want to miss.



Address: Four Seasons Hotel, Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Tuesday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM | 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Breathtaking harbor vistas and premium ingredients sourced worldwide – this is Caprice at Four Seasons, where the philosophy of ‘more is more’ comes to life.

Now, sure, it might seem all about luxury and fancy ingredients at first glance. But hold on! There’s more to this place than meets the eye. When you peel back the Swarovski curtain (yes, they’ve got those!), get ready for a surprise.

Chef de cuisine Guillaume Galliot is the real wizard here. His classic French menu doesn’t just stick to the basics; it’s a fusion of global flavors that’ll blow your mind. 

What’s impressive is the way he uses techniques and flavors with such finesse and control.

Pro-tip: Bring the kids along. Caprice extends a warm welcome to children aged 8 and above, making it a family-friendly spot for a taste of sophisticated dining.

China Tang – Landmark


Address: 4/F Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM | 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM

If you’re into Chinese fine dining, China Tang at Landmark is the spot you’ve been looking for. 

Originally from London, this place brings the best of Beijing, Sichuan, and Cantonese cuisine right to your plate. We have the talents of the three-Michelin-starred chef Albert Au Kwok Keung to thank for that!

What’s cool about this place? Well, for starters, they’re all about dim sum served all day long. 

And the vibe inside? It’s like stepping into a piece of authentic China – think hand-painted wallpapers, embroidered decor, Chinese artworks, antique books – the whole shebang!

Pro-tip: Looking for a spot for larger gatherings? China Tang offers more than its open dining area. Check out their six private rooms! One of these even boasts its own kitchen and restroom, making it ideal for an exclusive and tailor-made dining experience.


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Address: 1/F, The Peninsula Hong Kong, 22 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM | 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM

Amidst Hong Kong’s array of French dining, Gaddi’s at The Peninsula shines brightly. 

Why? Their approach to classic French cuisine is remarkable. Lobster, duck, and seafood undergo a seasonal modernization, creating an exceptional dining experience. 

Of course, you can expect an elegant dining room, adorned with the hotel’s prized collectibles, to elevate your meal to a sophisticated affair. That’s what we’re all looking for, right? 

Pro-tip: Dress to impress at Gaddi’s! For gentlemen, it’s long sleeves, collared shirts, and closed shoes. And for everyone, modest attire is a must—skip the jeans, sportswear, or sandals

Pazzi Isshokenmei

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Address: 2/F, h Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Enter Pazzi Isshokenmei, where dining is an exquisite fusion of passion and precision. 

The name says it all – ‘pazzi,’ meaning mad in Italian, and ‘isshokenmei,’ Japanese for utmost effort. So you’ll likely expect some seriously bold fusions.

They’re all about hand-picking top-notch ingredients that really steal the show. Take, for instance, their Tokyo Burrata. It’s a blend of ripe Japanese peach and tomato with creamy Italian burrata. Sounds like a mouthwatering fusion, right?

But here’s the real treat – the ‘Treasure Chest.’ Picture a vintage cart rolling up beside your table, loaded with premium ingredients for crafting sushi right before your eyes. Talk about a unique dining experience!

Pro-tip: For an elevated experience at Pazzi Isshokenmei, consider snagging a table by the glass wall. It offers a breathtaking high-rise view, adding an extra touch of ambiance to your dining adventure. 

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