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Top Private Kitchens in Hong Kong 

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Discover Hong Kong’s best-kept dining secrets with our guide to the city’s private kitchens. Chefs in these private kitchens have the creative freedom to craft unique, time-honoured recipes that yield extraordinary dishes you won’t find elsewhere. Join us on a journey through the most exclusive and delicious dining experiences in Hong Kong.

01. Le Chefeteria

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Crowned the “Favourite Private Kitchen” by Hong Kong Restaurant Week for two consecutive editions, Le Chefeteria is a hidden culinary treasure in Hong Kong. Under the guidance of Chef Azmi Arialda, who combines French training with local influences, it’s renowned for bold flavours and a menu celebrating local ingredients. Their “slow food” philosophy emphasises scratch-made bread, stocks, and healthier dishes that don’t compromise on taste.

Le Chefeteria, 4/F, 4 Sun Wui Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

02. Ta Pantry

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In the cosy French cottage ambience of Ta Pantry, Chef Esther Sham, backed by her Michelin-starred experience, weaves culinary masterpieces with global inspiration. From her time at esteemed places like Joël Robuchon, she’s channelled her skills into this intimate 25-seater hideaway. The open kitchen fills the air with tantalising aromas as Esther passionately blends French, Japanese, Thai, and more into her creations.

Ta Pantry, 1A Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

03. Relish

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The indoor space boasts a customisable graffiti wall and an open kitchen view, creating an urban atmosphere ideal for intimate gatherings. Upstairs, the lush rooftop, adorned with hanging lights, wooden decking, and tropical greenery, provides a serene backdrop. Since 2005, Relish has been curating dining experiences centred on seasonal and sustainable cuisine. Now, you have the chance to design your unique celebration, complete with delectable food, drinks, and decor. Whether you’re organising an after-party, launch event, banquet, or brunch, Relish’s fusion of contemporary amenities and rustic charm makes it the perfect venue for a stylish soiree.

Relish, 22D, Yally Industrial Building, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

04. Pomegranate Kitchen

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Chef Maria Bizri leads Pomegranate Kitchen, infusing life into events at their elegant, minimalist venue. Maria’s culinary prowess shines through dishes that harmonise her Middle Eastern heritage, Asian inspirations, and global experiences. The venue, with its open kitchen, forms the core of both indoor and outdoor spaces, designed for lavish customisation. For busy hosts, Pomegranate’s skilled stylists can manage all event details, ensuring your vision is meticulously realised, from decor to tablescape.

Pomegranate Kitchen, 4B, Sing Tech Factory Building, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

05. One-thirtyone

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Nestled in Sai Kung’s picturesque Three Fathoms Cove, One-thirtyone offers a European countryside getaway a mere 30 minutes from the city. This multi-level bistro features dining rooms and open-air patios with sea vistas. Whether you opt for al fresco dining or the rustic-chic indoor ambiance ideal for groups, every bite carries a warm, comforting flavor. Each meticulously sourced dish embarks on a distinctive culinary voyage to Europe, thoughtfully prepared with a local flair.

One-thirtyone, 131 Tseng Tau Village, Shap Sze Heung, Sai Kung, Hong Kong