Hong Kong boutique Hotels

By Hana R. Alberts

Five Restaurants For A Blowout Dinner

1 Sushi Yoshitake This tiny restaurant in The Mercer–eight seats along a sushi bar–is as exclusive as it comes. Three-Michelin-star chef Masahiro Yoshitake’s first venture outside of Toyko frequently features the man himself–he is splitting his time between the cities–delicately hand-molding his pricey portions (imported daily from Japan). Open only for dinner. G/F, 29 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan. sushiyoshitake.com

2 Kowloon Tang A much-anticipated eatery backed by David Tang, a Hong Kong businessman known for launching the Shanghai Tang brand. Head here for superb renditions of Cantonese specialities from the nearby Dongguan region, amid a no-frills, old-school setting of ceiling fans and white tablecloths. Shop R002-003, Roof Deck, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon. kowloontang.com

3 The Monogamous Chinese Given the tasseled red lanterns and Chinese art adorning the lime-green walls, your first impression might be that this is more kitschy-cool than authentically awesome. It is definitively both. The place dishes up recipes from China‘s northern and Sichuan regions, a reminder of just how many immigrant cuisines Hong Kong’s best restaurants represent. 59 Caine Road, SoHo. themonogamouschinese.com

4 g.e Run by eccentric chef Gianluigi Bonelli, g.e (“gastronomy extraordinaire”) is a culinary wonderland. Dining rooms kitted out with whimsical settings–from a “time-traveling” train to a garden of Eden–serve as backdrops for Bonelli’s molecular gastronomy. Be warned: Ingredients’s states of matter are frequently altered. 2/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Shai Tsui. gedining.com

5 The Dining Room A new flagship from the esteemed Xiao Nan Guo group, this spacious restaurant brings a casual vibe to the glittering Hysan Place mall, with an open kitchen serving up quintessential Hong Kong dim sum and contemporary Shanghai?nese dishes. Fans also love the delicate Chinese ?desserts like chilled puddings in jasmine, pumpkin
and green tea flavors. Shop 1201, 12/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay.

Top Five Stops For Your

1 Wyndham the 4th This newcomer serves up classic cocktails in a laid-back setting, tucked inside an inconspicuous building on the city’s main bar street. Given the following manager and bartender Tom Wood has garnered, it won’t be under the radar for long. 4/F, 48 Wyndham Street, Central. wyndham4th.hk

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