You won’t want to miss eating Dim Sum with the pale pink velvet-clad room of Madame Fu as a backdrop. The pretty booths and marble tulip tables are Instagram fuel, and the restaurant can be booked for private parties too.
Block 3, Tai Kwun, Police Headquarters, No.10 Hollywood Road, Central
This fantastic art-filled club is the place to see and be seen for brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks. Traditional Chinese Dim Sum favourites are served with flair by the all-star team, and the library, bar and balcony offer perfect places to relax post-meal with a G&T in hand. You need membership to enter, but it’s worth pulling a few strings to fawn over the Chinoiserie blue wallpaper outside the Long March Bar.
Bank of China, 2A Des Voeux Road, Central
The Iberico Char Sui and Black-Garlic Shiu Mai may have put Dim Sum Library’s sister on the map for foodies, but it’s the stunning décor and high-quality ingredients that keeps everyone coming back for more. The Tai Kwun-based, Aqua-group owned restaurant has a relaxed patio for informal dining and a stunning indoor setting for when you need to take it up a notch.
Block 01, Tai Kwun, Police Headquarters, 10 Hollywood Road, Central
As soon as you walk down the mirrored stairs to this Joyce Wang-designed Dim Sum hot spot, you’ll realise that this is no ordinary Chinese restaurant. Signature dishes like the Australian Wagyu Beef Puffs, Crispy Sugar Puff Pork Bun and Kurabotu Pork are incredibly decadent but worth the indulgence.
Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Road Central, Central
Yenn Wong’s brainchild Duddell’s Dim Sum brunch is a consistent cult favourite with foodies, creatives and corporates. The restaurateur recently opened an outlet in London that’s just as packed for the best dumplings in town.
Level 3, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central
Lung Hing Keen
Don’t let the view distract you from the awe-inspiring Michelin-starred morsels that come out of Chef Chan Yan Tak’s kitchen in quick succession, because this is a meal you’ll want to remember. Ask for a table by the window with a lazy Susan and book as far in advance as possible. Perfect for a special occasion, when you have visitors in town, or if you need to close a business deal.
Four Seasons, 8 Finance Street, Central
Grand Dame of Colonial Hong Kong, The Peninsula, provides a feast for the eyes and palate at its Cantonese Restaurant that offers innovate twists on classic dishes. Delicacies like sea urchin and snow crab are combined with traditional favourites, with the best produce sourced from all over the world.
The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui