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Six HK Restaurants on Asia’s Best Restaurants List 2024

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Hong Kong’s Wing impressively jumped to 5th place on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024 list, while The Chairman retained its title as The Best Restaurant in Hong Kong, with six Hong Kong restaurants securing spots on the prestigious top 50 list.

01. The Chairman


Taking fourth place on the lis, The Chairman’s phenomenon lies in its understated approach — no theatrics, PR tactics or Instagram-focused plating, just exceptional food taking centre stage, complemented by a relaxed, homely vibe. Its quietly innovative rewriting of classic Cantonese cuisine through entirely new recipes built on China’s culinary history has garnered a fiercely loyal local clientele and international acclaim. Unsurprisingly, The Chairman was voted Asia’s Best Restaurant in 2021 and remains Hong Kong’s highest-ranked establishment.

The Chairman, 3/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong

02. Wing

Wing via Facebook

Coming in at number five on the list is Wing. Vicky Cheng, a Hong Kong native raised in Canada, initially garnered acclaim for his refined French cuisine. Upon returning to his birthplace, he found himself drawn to his culinary roots. At his restaurant Vea, previously featured on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, he developed a French x Chinese fusion style. In 2021, he launched Wing, focusing on modern Chinese cooking, further exploring his heritage through innovative contemporary interpretations.

Wing, 29/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong

03. Neighbourhood

Neighbourhood via Facebook

In at number 16, tucked away in a hidden laneway amid rowdy bars, wet markets, and antique shops, Neighborhood seems an unlikely gourmand’s destination at first glance. Yet diners flock from all over for a taste of chef-owner David Lai’s deceptively simple, mostly French fare. Despite no website, marketing, or even an Instagram presence, the restaurant remains fully booked weeks in advance, a testament to Lai’s culinary prowess.

Neighbourhood, 61-63 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong

04. Mono

Mono via Facebook

27th on the list is Mono. Just months after its late 2019 opening as a contemporary French restaurant, Mono pivoted to become a champion of modern Latin American cuisine. Chef Ricardo Chaneton, born in Venezuela with Colombian, Argentinian, and Italian heritage, is one of the few chefs in Hong Kong and mainland China delivering the flavours of his home continent through an innovative contemporary lens.

Mono, 5/F, 18 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong

05. Caprice


Coming in at number 32, Caprice exudes opulence with its glass-floored catwalk, dazzling crystal chandeliers, panoramic harbor views, and impeccable service from an immaculately groomed staff. Every meal becomes a memorable occasion worth dressing up for, an indulgent experience elevated by the restaurant’s lavish surroundings and refined ambiance.

Caprice, Podium 6, Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong

06. Ando

Ando via Instagram

In at number 37 is Ando. Bucking the trend of his peers who pursued European kitchens, Argentinian chef Agustin Balbi chose to hone his culinary skills in Japan, despite not speaking the language. His journey took him through acclaimed establishments like Zurriola, Nihonryori Ryugin, and Cuisine[s] Michel Troisgros, where he was named one of Japan’s top 10 young chefs by S.Pellegrino, showcasing his remarkable dedication to mastering Japanese cuisine as a non-native.

Ando, 1/F, Somptueux Central, 52 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong