Restaurants, Cafes & Bars
Estro, which means inspiration in Italian, focuses on Neapolitan cuisine with a modern presentation. The interior of the restaurant, which was designed by André Fu Studio, also takes inspiration from Naples, resulting in a luxurious aesthetic with old-school charm.
Brother-sister, Bryan Lok and Cynthia Lok made a new sustainable coffee bar and launderette in Sheung Wan. This cafe offers a great selection of coffees along with self-service washing machines, while ensuring that they remain eco-friendly and resource-efficient.
Led by Chef Manav Tuli, Chaat serves up fresh classic Indian street food and elevates Indian culinary favourites. Chaat’s lively atmosphere and stunning views across the harbor make for a one-of-a-kind dining experience.
4. HARA KAKO
This modest Sheung Wan cafe has an industrial design, with stripped walls, exposed pipes and bare concrete. Meanwhile, the room is furnished with different mood, where artwork, books, vinyl, and wood furniture fill the cozy, dimly lit space. You’ll lose track of time while you’re here with great drinks and homemade brownies, cheesecakes and bagels.
5. THE MIXING ROOM
Thousands of vintage bottles hanging intricately from the ceiling are the hallmark of The Mixing Room. Located on Hollywood Road, this bar is famous for its comfortable lighting and its classic seating, this bar will be a comfortable place with a warm intimate atmosphere.
Located in Lyndhurst Terrace, Plaa means “fish” in Thai means ‘fish’. It fits perfectly with the menu which is focused on seafood dishes cooked with Thai influences. Not to forget the vibe of the restaurant which is dominated by mint and soft pink, ready to spoil your eyes.
This restaurant, owned by a chef from Madrid, Antonio Oviedo, presents an intimate atmosphere as comfortable as being at home. There is also an open bar that is ready to show how your food being served.It located at Tai Kwun 10 Hollywood Road.
8. BIANCO & ROSSO
Just like the fortified wine itself, the birth of Bianco & Rosso, Hong Kong’s first “House of Vermouth,” is just as complex. The Bar and Restaurant is inspired after the informal bodegas, bars, and bistros that are typically found in courtyards and squares in Spain, France, and Italy. Designed by LC Studios that carefully curated every detail of its design, from the furnishings, lavish art deco, marble table tops and soft lighting to create an elegant yet vibrant experience.
Arbor, a French fine dining restaurant with chef Eric Räty at the helm. Serving innovative cuisine in a jungle-themed setting, Arbor makes for the perfect quiet getaway with views of the city center. You can also relax with lunch every weekend before heading to the art gallery downstairs.