One of the most famous districts in Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui is the beating heart of Kowloon. The energetic neighbourhood is renowned for its iconic neon signs that have inspired many a Wong Kar-wai film, as well as a number of cultural and culinary landmarks, many of which now line the recently-regenerated Victoria Dockside, with sweeping views of the city’s harbour and skyline.


The Steak Room

Striving for a farm-to-table experience, The Steak Room’s quality cuts of meat include the internationally recognised Mayura Wagyu, exclusively imported from Australia. Alongside the restaurant’s extensive steak offerings, other meat and seafood delights include Dungeness crab & ahi tuna avocado, USDA beef steak tartare and the Iberico pork collar burger with fries.

1/F, FWD House 1881 Main Building, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui;

Holt’s Café

For an afternoon tea experience, Holt’s Café serves premium teas with bite-size renditions of Hong Kong culinary staples. Har gow’s and siu mai’s are topped with the likes of caviar and abalone, whilst the creamy egg tart is elevated with the addition of birds nest. As for tea, the coconut vodka white peony tea is a slightly sweet, smooth and aromatic choice, pairing perfectly with a selection of dim sum.

2/F, Rosewood Hong Kong Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui;


The revamped COBO HOUSE has returned, opening at K11 MUSEA with a brand new concept and menu to match. The ‘unspoken’ tasting menu, courtesy of Executive Head Chefs Ray Choi and Devon Hou, is a gastronomic journey, enjoyed to an unrivalled view of Victoria Harbour. Every six weeks, the menu will take on a new ‘chapter’, with six to eight courses focusing on one star seasonal ingredient that the Chefs elevate with expertise and flair.

Shop 602, 6/F, K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui; 

The Queen

The Queen presents authentic Chinese cuisine with a subtle, contemporary twist. Each dish highlights the traditional techniques of classic Chinese delicacies, re-interpreted by Head Chef Ki Pak Chan. The signature menu includes beetroot and wild mushroom dumplings, steamed rice rolls with crispy shrimp and steamed Shanghainese dumplings with spicy soup, as each dish is elevated from its traditional roots yet grounded with the familiar Chinese ingredients and cooking methods that we know and love.

G/F, FWD House 1881 Main Building, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; 


ODEA is where family-style French dining is elevated with contemporary opulence. Chef Calvin Choi brings his culinary expertise, artistic direction and fine dining experience to ODEA, having trained with the likes of Alain Ducasse and Laurent André amongst other leading industry names. Unmissable dishes include the seared duck foie gras and creme brûlée, fresh hamachi and champagne jelly and spaghetti with applewood bacon and sea urchin.

G/F, FWD House 1881 Main Building, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; 



Cultural-retail destination K11 MUSEA combines shopping, food and art. Luxury stores include the recent addition of K11| ANTONIA, a multi-brand clothing and accessories boutique for the sartorially inclined. Alternatively, Off-White’s flagship resides in K11 MUSEA, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows facing Victoria Harbour. Art aficionados can browse the MoMA Design Store, before wandering through the art and cultural centre, which houses works from Yayoi Kusama and Erwin Wurm.

18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui;

1881 Heritage


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Originally the Marine Police Headquarters, 1881 Heritage has since been transformed into a cultural and shopping landmark, whilst still retaining the traditional layout and Victorian architecture of the original building. The rejuvenated space now features luxury stores including haute horlogeries, Mikimoto and Mont Blanc.

2A Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui;

Bubble Tea


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Tsim Sha Tsui is a hotspot for bubble tea fanatics, with a selection of some of the best tea joints that Hong Kong has to offer. The Alley is famous for its Insta-worthy Brown Sugar Deerioca Milk – a sweet, creamy drink that’s a hug in a cup. If you’re looking for something less heavy, Tenren’s Green Tea with Fresh Fruit (don’t forget to add pearls) and Milksha’s Grapefruit Juice and Jasmine Tea are refreshing, fruity alternatives.

The Alley: Shop F, G/F, Alpha House, No. 27-33, Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tenren: 2/F Star House, 3 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Milksha: 37A Carnarvon Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui



Asaya at the Rosewood offers a bespoke, all-encompassing wellness experience rooted in five pillars: fitness and nutrition; physical therapies; skin health; emotional balance; and community. Physical or mental ailments can be tended to with a multitude of customisable treatments, all in the thoughtfully-designed space created by New York designer Tony Chi.

6/F Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui;

Hong Kong Museum of Art

The Hong Kong Museum of Art reopened last November after a four year and HK$400 million expansion and renovation. The updated space houses more than 17,000 works of art, combining contemporary and classic, Chinese and Western, and local and international works, as a means to make art accessible and relevant to all visitors. Admission to view the permanent exhibitions is free.

10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui;