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Latest Must-Visit Restaurants in Hong Kong

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Craving a fresh foodie adventure? Discover the latest and most enticing dining destinations in Hong Kong with our guide to the city’s hottest new restaurants. From innovative gastronomic concepts to hidden gems waiting to be explored, embark on a delicious journey through the vibrant and ever-evolving culinary scene of Hong Kong.

 

 

1. Tomacado

Light burnt pink coloured interior of Tomacado, looking into the restaurant with huge flowers coming down off the ceiling.

 

Since 2015, Tomacado has been redefining culinary artistry with 12 branches across mainland China. Its Hong Kong debut, aptly named for its fusion of floral art and dining, takes inspiration from the bauhinia flower and magnolia. The flagship restaurant showcases stunning paper art installations by Dezhi Zhang, serving creatively crafted Western-style dishes infused with Chinese, Japanese, and Southeast Asian influences.

Tomacado, Shop L2-06, wwwtc mall, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

 

 

2. Penna

Interior of Penna restaurant. Dim lighting to create a cosy atmosphere with wooden accents

 

Celebrity chef Ken Lau continues his culinary success with the addition of Penna to his portfolio, following the popularity of Pano and Pleka. Penna specializes in wholesome, Italian comfort food, featuring a menu inspired by cherished family recipes, including Deep-Fried Beef Tripe, Lobster Ricotta Cheese Ravioli, and Confit Duck Leg Risotto.

Penna, Shop 314, 3/F, Cityplaza, 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo, Hong Kong

 

 

3. KEW+

Taking a look inside KEW+. A clean and sleek interior with plant accent decor.

 

KEW+ draws inspiration from London’s Kew Royal Botanic Garden, offering a 7,000 sq. ft. space. Inside, indulge in a diverse culinary experience, blending Japanese bento boxes, Chinese dim sum, and Western grills. Outdoors, sip on cocktails or fruit teas. Don’t forget to explore the tempting pastry section featuring cream cakes, fruit tarts, cheesecakes, and more.

KEW+, Shop 412, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

 

 

4. Alice Pizza

Inside Alice Pizza showing rounded bowl hanging ceiling lights with the Alice Pizza neon sign.

 

Discover the Asian debut of renowned Roman pan pizza experts at Alice Pizza in Wan Chai. Enjoy expertly prepared, thin-crust pizzas, lauded among Italy’s finest. Savour classic and inventive options like Carbonara, Truffle, and Salmone, all served in large, rectangular slices, sold by weight.

Alice PizzaG/F, 92 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

 

 

5. ANJU Restaurant & Bar

ANJU Restaurant & Bar's neon lit interior at the bar.

 

ANJU Restaurant & Bar, named after the Korean concept of food paired with alcohol, serves a creative Korean menu complemented by an array of flavoured soju, Korean beer, makgeolli, Melona cocktails, and more. Standout dishes include the inventive Galibijang & Jeonbogjang, a twist on the classic Korean raw crab marinated in soy sauce, Kkaennip Mandu (perilla leaf dumplings), and the house specialty Yangnyeom Chicken, made with locally sourced three-yellow chicken.

ANJU Restaurant & Bar, Shop R004, Civic Square, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong