CHUN CHUN Thai Restaurant - 23 Tak Ku Ling Road, Kowloon City - One of the best
Thai restaurants in the area among like 20 of them. Thai
food is popular for its spicy taste, seafood and desserts.
(HK$ 100 / person)
SAI KUNG Thai Restaurant - Man Nin Street, Sai Kung.
There are 2 Thai food
restaurants at Man Nin Street, Sai Kung. They provide yummy Thai
food in reasonable price. (HK$ 100 / person)
The Spice House - 35 Amoy Street, Wanchai, Exit A3, Wanchai MTR.
Simply cheap and delicious Thai food. Friendly service and
chill-relaxing atmosphere. Recommendation - Morning Glory,
Chicken Rolls, Spicy Seafood Soup and Crispy Noodle.
Vietnamese Restaurant - 5 Fuk Lo Tsun Road, Kowloon City - A very cheap
restaurant for delicious Vietnam food; chicken feet, raw
shrimp, curry beef, you won't be disappointed if you dare to
try. (HK$ 50 / person)
ISLAM Food -
1 Lung Kong Road, Kowloon City - Minced beef cake and the boiled sliced
beef are the most popular dishes of this restaurant. (HK$ 50
Indonesian - BEBEK BENJIL 3 - The
Broadway, 54 Lockhart Road, Wanchai - 22178000,
WAI KEE - 1F Bowrington Road Market, Bowrington
Road, Exit A, Causeway Bay MTR. This curry lamb made in
traditional Islamic style in Wanchai is one of the best in
HK. Most importantly, it is so cheap.
CHUNG KING Mansion - Exit L, TSTE Station; or Exit G, TST
Chung King Mansion is a
interesting place in HK, its where most Middle East and Africa
people stay when they come to HK because there are plenty of
cheap hostels in the Mansion. Of course, there are also European
and American stay in. But the majority of Middle East and Africa
people make it the best place for Middle East or African food.
There are plenty of good Indian Restaurants and here is one I
like the most:
(HK$ 70 / person)
Club - 3/F Block B-4. You usually pay less than $100
for a dinner, and $60 if you share the food together.
OF INDIA - Indian food in additional to good service.
(HK$ 100 / person)
GAYLORD - 23 Ashley Road, TST,
Exit L5 TST MTR. Actually there are plenty good restaurants
on Ashley Road; Japanese, Chinese, Irish, Korean, just to
name a few.
SHAFFI'S Indian Restaurant - 14 Fau Tsoi Street, Yuen Long,
Yuen Long MTR Station. A nice Indian place
opened by Indians living in Yuen Long. Cheap and original.
Claimed to be the only
restaurant serving Sri Lanka food in HK - AJ's in Sai Kung -
G/F, 14 Sai Kung Hoi Pong Street, right behind the Seafood
Street's Gate. (http://www.aj.srilankan.hk)
Korean BBQ - Han-yang Won Korean Restaurant - 1/F Chong Hing Square,
601 Nathan Road, Mong Kok, Exit E1, Mong Kok MTR Station
Han-yang Won has about 10
restaurants in HK, and this one in Mong Kok is among the
biggest. It provides Korean BBQ buffet at about HK$ 50 for lunch
or HK$ 100 for dinner. The buffet contains raw meat for both BBQ
and Hotpot, and cooked meat and desserts. You will be eating so
much at the end.
Han-yang Won has another stores in TST, Jordan and Causeway
Kim Mi Restaurant - 5F Yau Shing Commercial Centre, 51 Sai
Yeung Choi Street South, Exit E2, Mong Kok MTR Station
This is another good place for Korean BBQ. Slightly more
expensive than Han-yang Won, but the food is a lot better.
Korean food - Myung Ga - 301, World
Trade Centre, 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, HK, Exit D1,
Causeway Bay MTR Station
Myung Ga is a very tradition
Korean Restaurant that many visiting Korean come to this place
to find a cure to their homesick. The tar tar beef in Korean
style is a must try. (HK$ 150 / person)
Kimberley Street, TST - Exit B2, TST MTR,
near Nutsford Terrace. This neighborhood is known as the
Little Korea of HK, so you can find some nice little Korean
Sushi bar in HK is plenty and various. They are cheap in
compared to the rest of the world. 2 pieces of sushi costs from
HK$ 10 to HK$ 50. However, not many of the sushi bars are good.
The ITAMAI Sushi at L1, Festival Walk is one of the best. Be
careful, eating sushi maybe addictive. You will be spending more
than HK$ 100 once you get in :-)
KANAMIZU SUSHI - GF, 92 Granville Road,
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. 27246363
A place for half price sushi
which is in TST. More choices of sushi can be found at Kanamizu.
They offer half price sushi in the afternoon (3
to 5:30 pm) EVERYDAY, also from every night after 10 pm. This
place is small so, if you wanna enjoy cheap sushi, I would
suggest going in the afternoon.
SUSHI ONE - 1F, Grand Century Plaza,
Mong Kok. Exit D, Mong Kok East Station (will be closed in February
Another half price sushi place
special treat starts at 10 pm every day as well.
A few more sushi places can be
Hillwood Road, TST are also very nice.
OSAKA - 14 Ashley Road, TST, Exit E, TST MTR Station.
This Japanese restaurant gives
you a little traditional Japanese touch. Most of the customers
are Japanese residents or travelers in HK. They have Japanese
recipe freshly imported from Japan every day. The Sashimi lunch
set is the best deal although it costs you HK$ 150 or more.
YOKOZUNA - 466 Nathan Road, Yaumatei, behind a 7 Eleven.
I have my best Japanese ramen ever in Tokyo. The 2nd
best? From this Yokozuna ramen shop in HK. Yokozuna is
the highest rank in the Sumo sports; and this ramen shop
got its name right. While you need to spend about US$ 15
for a simple ramen in Tokyo, here it is only US$ 7.
Again, be there before 6 pm if you don't want to wait
for at least an hour for a table.
Japanese Restaurant Street – SUNG KIT Street, Hung Hom
Hung Hom, or Whampoa to be
precise, is one of the few areas where the Japanese choose to
stay in HK. Although Causeway Bay is the place where you can
find Japanese influence the greatest in HK, you can only find
the best Japanese restaurant at Sung Kit Street.
Sung Kit Street is a very
narrow alley mixed with 3 or 4 Japanese restaurants and a number
of Chinese dessert shops. The Japanese restaurants
there are so good that if you arrive later than 18:00, it is not
surprised that you will have to wait for at least 1 hour before
having your seat.
The most famous one is KATIGA -
Tel: 2764 6436 (HK$ 150 / person). Bring enough cash with you because they don't take credit card, and their food is so great that you
will keep on eating more and more!
MING GENERAL Sushi - 3F Hilton
Plaza, Shatin, Shatin (Shatin MTR); 6F Dragon's Centre,
Sham Shui Po (Exit C); or 2F Ginza Plaza, Mong Kok (Exit
HK$ 50 all you can eat sushi lunch or dinner buffet!
Probably the cheapest way to eat sushi in HK although the
sushi are not very tasty as you may know.
BUTAO Ramen - 11
Wo On Lane, Central / Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay. Best Ramen in HK
among many local people's hearts. My experience is that the
soup is really tasty, but the ramen itself is not very
special. I think for a good ramen, both the soup and the
noodle are equally important. In addition, this place is so
crowded the whole day and I do not think it is worthy to
wait for an hour every time, even the soup is very tasty.
Anyway, if you want to try, be prepared to wait for up to 1
hour. Tang Lung Street has become a Ramen street
It is noticed that BUTAO has opened a new restaurant in TST
(Minden Avenue). Critic has that the ramen in this new one
is nothing like Butao. What a shame...
Ramen Champion - Basement, Prudential Building, Exit E,
Ramen Champion is a concept from Japan where there are a
number of Ramen restaurants gathered together in a dining
hall competing with each other. In this one in HK, there are
6 of them and they serve similar ramen. All around HK$ 70
and in good quality. An ideal place for ramen lover!
KAKUREGA Ramen - 7F Dragon Centre, Exit C2 Sham Shui Po MTR.
Legend has that the Kakurega is opened by one of the
founders of Butao Ramen; that may explain why Kakurega has
become so popular quickly even when it is located in Sham
Shui Po - an old district where people would not pick to try
new business usually.
In Japanese, the name of this restaurant means hidden. It is
very correct that this restaurant is located in an old
district, hiding away from downtown Central and TST. But it
is this kind of condition usually treasure can be found.
Tsukemen is the kind of noodle you can find only in Kakurega
in HK. Basically it is like the lomen of China. Soup and
noodle are prepared and served separately. Just go to this
restaurant sometime and you would not be regret. Sham Shui
Po is such a cool district after all.
- Wanchai Ferry Pier.
Kebab - EBENEEZER'S - Lan Kwai
Fong, Central (Exit D2, Central MTR Station); or 89 Lockhart Road,
Wanchai (Exit C, Wanchai MTR Station); or 32 Ashley Road, TST (Exit
E, TST MTR Station)
Ebeneezer's kebab is everyone's
favorite after getting tipsy. They have both spicy or non-spicy
kebab which is cheap and yummy, and good for hangover. They are
all located near the bar districts of HK with a reason. (HK$ 40
Turkish - ISTANBUL EXPRESS -
177 Wanchai Road, Wanchai; or GF, 66 Lockhart
Road, Wanchai (Exit C, Wanchai MTR Station). Very cheap but good quality Turkish
food. You wouldn't be regret!
OUR Restaurant - 1A / 1J, Tung Choi
Street, Mong Kok. More than just a kebab.
OTTOMAN - GA10B, Lei King Wan, 55 Tai Hong Street, Exit A
Sai Wan Ho MTR. This little Turkish restaurant is a hidden
treasure in the East of HK Island. It is cheap but the food
is great. Service and portion are decent.
Lebanese - BEIRUT - Winner Building, 27
D'Aguilar Street, Central (LKF), 28046611
Nepalese - NEPAL - G/F, 14 Staunton
Street, Central, 28696212
The best Laksa in HK
- Katong Laksa, GF, 8 Ma Sha Street, Sheung Wan. Exit A2,
Sheung Wan MTR
Please visit the
of Hong Kong website.
BO INNOVATION - 2F, 60 Johnston
Road, Wanchai, 28508371 - You gotta try their 12-course menu with
rice roll and Chinese sausage ice-cream ;)
ISLAND TANG - 222, The Galleria, 9
Queen's Road, Central, 25268798
SHIRO - 1F, Pacific Place, Admiralty,
21558066 - Great interior design
T'ANG COURT - 1F, Langham Hotel, TST,
BICHO - 26F, Continental Diamond Plaza,
280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, 25766777 - This Japanese
restaurant is far from expensive but its stylish!
WASABISABI - 13F, Times Square, Causeway
Bay, 25060009 - One of the best (and most expensive) Japanese
restaurant in HK