Best of all, it’s in Hong Kong
Whether it’s street food loved by world-class chefs or Michelin- starred restaurants renowned worldwide, one place has it all – Best of all, it’s in Hong Kong.
From the snacks served on the side of the street to the creations of some of the world’s most elite chefs, Hong Kong will satisfy even the choosiest of palates. Get insights on the best bars and the restaurants that are pushing the city’s reputation as a culinary capital to new heights. Discover the most iconic local dining experiences as you eat your way through the city’s history.
It is no secret that Hong Kong is a mecca for international cuisine. The vibrant gastronomic offerings cover Western flavours from Italian or French fine dining to regional specialities throughout Chinese cooking. ‘East meets west’ is a way of life in the cultural melting pot and the city’s favourite dishes offer visitors a unique and delicious chance to eat like a local.
One of the best places to start on this gastronomic journey, is at a local cha chaan tengs — meaning ‘tea restaurants'. Taking Western recipes and adapting them with local ingredients and cooking techniques, Hong Kong chefs created dishes that offer an intriguing glimpse into Hong Kong’s culinary past.
Hong Kong is famous for its pulsating nightlife, from live music venues to trendy wine bars to buzzing districts like Soho and Lan Kwai Fong, the city showcases its best when the sun sets. Sip on a cocktail at one of Hong Kong’s many rooftop bars including SEVVA, Aqua and more, enjoying the world-famous Victoria Harbour and stunning skyline views.
As the weather cools down towards the end of the year, one of the highlighted events is the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival from 26-29 October 2017. This three-day event located on the Central Harbourfront attracts locals and international visitors to sample over 300 tasting booths showcasing international wineries. Following on to the next month, the city indulges in the Hong Kong Great November Feast with street carnivals, exclusive dining offers and other culinary events.
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Around midnight last night, Tropical Cyclone Hato was upgraded to a Typhoon Category 8 which is the third highest typhoon rating. As a direct result, there are mass flight cancellations in and out of Hong Kong (HKG) today as Typhoon Hato makes landfall.
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Whether it’s street food loved by world-class chefs or Michelin- starred restaurants renowned worldwide, one place has it all. Discover the best of all worlds in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong is a city of contrasts that calls every traveller.