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New Restaurants & Bars in Hong Kong 2024

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Hong Kong’s ever-evolving dining landscape continues to thrill taste buds with a diverse array of new offerings this month. In this culinary paradise, where options abound for casual weeknights or special occasions, diners can savour locally sourced sashimi, charcoal-grilled hamburger steaks, and everything in between. 

01. Sushi Zinc

Sushi Zinc

Sushi Zinc, helmed by 26-year-old chef Zinc Leung, takes over Sushi Mori Tomoaki’s former space, offering a 20-course seasonal omakase fusing Italian and Japanese sushi traditions. Showcasing exquisite local catches like Ninepin Islands mantis prawns and Sai Kung grouper, alongside premium Japanese fish cuts.

Sushi Zinc, Unit A1, G/F, Pak Ling Mansion, 5-7 Miu Tung Street, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong

02. Hikiniku to Come

Hikiniku to Come via Instagram

Hikiniku to Come, a popular Tokyo hamburger steak eatery, debuts in Hong Kong with its first permanent outpost. Featuring à la minute charcoal-grilled 100% Japanese beef patties paired with fluffy rice, egg yolk, and house-made relishes — a proven formula that’s expanded the brand across Japan and Taiwan.

Hikiniku to Come, Shop 4011, 4/F, IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong

03. Bahn Mi Nem

Bahn Mi Nem via Instagram

Banh mi enthusiasts can satiate their cravings at Banh Mi Nem, a new Wan Chai eatery by Saigon native Kiki Phung. Featuring four signature banh mi varieties, spring rolls, and pork skewers, the authentic French-style bread and must-try liver pâté filling are highlights of this Vietnamese sandwich haven.

Banh Mi Nem, 247-249 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

04. Lips Cocktail and Theatre

Lips Cocktail and Theatre via Instagram

Reviving Club JJ’s spirit, Lips Cocktail and Theatre by husband-wife duo Benoit and Nicole Lavaud brings a permanent bar-theatre concept to Grand Hyatt Hong Kong. Blending elevated cocktails with immersive entertainment like magic shows and live music, backed by digital art displays, it promises a multi-sensory nightlife experience.

Lips Cocktail and Theatre, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong