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Fine Dining in Hong Kong 2024

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Indulge your senses with the finest culinary experiences on offer in Hong Kong. Once exclusive, today’s fine dining features diverse flavours and sensibilities for all. Savour an array of courses that tell a story, impeccable ingredients, creative techniques, and delightful service. Let us guide you through the city’s premier dining destinations for a truly luxurious epicurean adventure.

01. Racines

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Racines, meaning “roots” in French, celebrates the rich terroir and seasonal produce of southern France. Chefs Adrien Castillo and Romain Dupeyre pay homage to their native region, presenting classic regional dishes with modern creativity and flair. Choose between the five-course genèse menu or seven-course plénitude menu, both multi-sensory journeys meticulously crafted to highlight the essence of each ingredient through elegant and artful plating.

Racines, 22 Upper Station Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

02. China Tang

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China Tang radiates a one-of-a-kind contemporary Chinese aesthetic, lavishly adorned with handcrafted tapestries, manuscripts, and Art Deco finishes. Staying true to its ethos of using only natural ingredients without additives or MSG, the menu spotlights organic local produce and fresh seafood to deliver robust flavours from Sichuan and Beijing.

China Tang, Shop 411-413, 4/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong

03. Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic

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Let the sparkling Baccarat chandelier set the scene for an extraordinary fine dining experience at Anne-Sophie Pic’s namesake restaurant. The world’s most Michelin-starred female chef thrills tastebuds with artful dishes marrying traditional French cuisine with bold, modern flavours. Savour her ingenious, surprising combinations that elevate dining to a remarkable gastronomic event. Cristal Room undoubtedly deserves a spot on your fine-dining bucket list.

Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic, 44/F, Gloucester Tower, Landmark, Forty-Five, Central, Hong Kong

04. Roganic

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This Michelin Green Star restaurant champions sustainable gastronomy and nose-to-tail dining. Rooted in Hong Kong’s own rich agriculture, the kitchen cultivates microgreens, salad leaves, and herbs in-house while sourcing local farms for produce. This dedication to hyper-local and zero-waste eating underpins the restaurant’s polished contemporary British cuisine, an inspired celebration of the city’s bounty.

Roganic, UG08, UG/F, Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

05. Gaddi’s

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Gaddi’s stands in a class of its own among Hong Kong’s fine dining havens. Opened in 1953 and named after a former Peninsula general manager, Leo Gaddi, this storied restaurant dazzles with Kristal caviar, crystal chandeliers, and a 17th-century Chinese Coromandel screen. Chef Albin Gobil honours Gaddi’s legacy by crafting “modern-classic” French cuisine with superior ingredients and artful flair. As Hong Kong’s pioneering French restaurant and first chef’s table, Gaddi’s remains an iconic destination for exquisite culinary experiences.

Gaddi’s, The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong