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Hong Kong restaurants

Long gone are the days when eating in Hong Kong meant stuffy hotel dining rooms or sticky outdoor spots. Classic Chinese cuisine can now be found in traditional settings like Fok Lam Moon and Luk Yu Tea House as well as at funkier options like Hakka Ye Ye and amid the stunning harbor views at Hutong. Chefs are also experimenting with a full range of world cuisine, from the innovative sushi at Zuma to the European-influenced fare at Opia and M at the Fringe. Those in the know make their way to cozy gastronomic gems like One Thirty-One in the New Territories. But the real can't-miss stars of Hong Kong's food scene will always be the dumpling dives and sweets shops.

Locals don't tip and you shouldn't feel compelled to either, though leaving coin change from the bill on the table is common. Dining hours are similar to those back home, but travelers with late night munchies can order room service around the clock at most hotels or venture into after-hours noodle shops. Don't expect to see dog on any Hong Kong menu, at least not anymore, but you'll insult your Chinese host if you don't at least attempt to nosh on the rubbery chicken feet so beloved by local gourmands.

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Bo Innovation, Hong Kong

Tucked behind a historic shophouse in the rapidly gentrifying Wan Chai district, this inventive restaurant has benefited from the rock-star profile of its chef,...more

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Café Deco, Hong Kong

Perched right on Victoria Peak, 1,355 feet above Hong Kong, Café Deco is best known for its spectacular views over the city and South China Sea. The menu...more

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Dessert Shops, Hong Kong

Hong Kong locals like their sweets—hence the huge proliferation of dessert-only restaurants around town. The treats at these cheap, cheerful places are...more

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Dumpling Shops, Hong Kong

No matter how many McDonald's and KFC franchises open up in Hong Kong, savory dumplings are the city's fast-food staple. The ubiquitous dumpling shops offer the...more

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Finds, Hong Kong

A Nordic lounge and restaurant set in a Soho skyscraper, FINDS is an acronym for Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden—the collection of countries...more

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Fook Lam Moon, Hong Kong

One of the city's top Cantonese restaurants since 1972, Fook Lam Moon is old-school—both in cuisine and decor (look for the shrine to the kitchen god near...more

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Green T. House, Cyberport, Hong Kong

Most visitors to Hong Kong stay amid the snaking streets of the Central District, but it's worth making the westward trek to the high-tech enclave of Cyberport...more

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Hutong, Hong Kong

Hutongs, traditional alleyways lined with ancient thatched-roof houses, are gradually disappearing from the capital, but happily this gorgeous restaurant set...more

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Krug Room, Central District, Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental's Krug Room is the ultimate in gustatory indulgence. Diners arrive via limousine and are escorted to a secret room off the kitchen that...more

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Luk Yu Tea House, Hong Kong

The best—and certainly the most traditional—dim sum in town is served here. Its 1930s rosewood furniture, creaky ceiling fans, brass spittoons, and...more

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