New Restaurants Worth Trying in Hong Kong
Craving culinary excitement? Discover the freshest dining destinations in Hong Kong this month. If you’re seeking a change from the usual spots, our curated guide unveils the latest culinary gems. From innovative Japanese-French fusion to retro Thai charm, explore the city’s newest flavours and experiences this August.
1. LONGTAIL THAI
Longtail Thai restaurant and cocktail bar has arrived at Causeway Bay’s Fashion Walk. With a lively pet-friendly patio, retro-chic indoor dining, and an open kitchen, it offers delectable Thai street food crafted from premium ingredients. Visit on weekdays for a two or three-course set lunch, or indulge in the value-packed Longtail Brunch.
LONGTAIL THAI, Shop C, G/F Towning Mansion, 50 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
2. THE SQUARE
Don’t miss The Square, a relaxed two-story cafe perfect for coffee cravings or satisfying meals. Their all-day dining menu creatively blends continental and Asian influences, boasting delights like Chicken & Waffle and The Millennials Breakfast – a picturesque avocado toast adorned with lotus chips, goat cheese, and cherry tomatoes.
THE SQUARE, G/F, 22 Wan King Path, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong
Now gracing Staunton Street is dolos, the latest creation of twin siblings Joshua and Caleb Ng, known for Vivant and Common Ground. This Japanese-French seafood bistro draws its name from the protective wave-breakers along Hong Kong’s coastline. Indulge in a seven-course chef’s selection spotlighting the ocean’s treasures.
DOLOS, G/F, 60 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong
Now open to the public for bookings, this contemporary Kappo-style omakase eatery, previously exclusive to VIP members, is helmed by Hokkaido-native Head Chef Takashi Hasegawa. The chef’s selection menu showcases his knife and grill artistry with daily flown-in ingredients.
ROZAN, G/F, 18 Wood Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong