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Hong Kong’s Best Restaurants with Harbour Views

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The food and views are equally impressive at these restaurants recommended by MICHELIN inspectors.
Updated on 15 September 2023

Hong Kong is home to many interesting landmarks and attractions, but Victoria Harbour is no doubt on top of the list. This deepwater port separating Hong Kong Island and Kowloon has borne witness to Hong Kong’s transformation from a small fishing village to a cosmopolitan city. The azure harbour, together with looming mountains and imposing skyscrapers, form a magnificent skyline to be admired no matter your vantage point, day or night. If you’re after an unforgettable dining experience, a scrumptious meal with breathtaking views of the Victoria Harbour as backdrop may be the answer. Read on for 10 restaurants handpicked by MICHELIN inspectors where you can enjoy exceptional fare and unmatched harbour views:

One Harbour Road
7-8F, Grand Hyatt Hotel, 1 Harbour Road, Hong Kong
$$$ · Cantonese

With interiors resembling an elegant Shanghainese mansion from the 1930s, One Harbour Road at Wan Chai’s Grand Hyatt is a class of its own. Diners can savour authentic, refined Cantonese fare while admiring the stunning 180-degree view of the Victoria Harbour.

56F, Island Shangri-La Hotel, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Hong Kong
$$$ · French

Located on Level 56 of Island Shangri-La, this French restaurant serves up memorable, ingredient-led cuisine with exceptional attention to detail. The marvellous harbour view is just the icing on an already perfect cake.

Tosca di Angelo
102F, The Ritz-Carlton, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong
$$$ · Italian

Level 102 of The Ritz-Carlton is where you can find this contemporary Italian fine dining restaurant with incredibly high ceilings and a majestic chandelier. Diners can feast their eyes to sweeping, bird’s-eye view of the Victoria Harbour as they indulge in exquisite Italian food and wine.

6F, Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Hong Kong
$$$$ · French Contemporary

Housed on the 6th floor of Four Seasons Hotel, Caprice offers French haute cuisine with an extensive wine list in a glamorous dining room. Sit by the windows for splendid harbour views that will make your dining experience all the more extraordinary.

5F, Rosewood, 18 Salisbury Road, Hong Kong
$$ · Indian

Chaat resides on the 5th floor of Rosewood Hong Kong just by the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. Known for its elevated Indian street food and being very difficult to book, the popular restaurant has an al fresco dining area that sports an unbeatable view of Victoria Harbour for an Indian dining experience unlike any other.

Lung King Heen
4F, Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Hong Kong
$$$ · Cantonese

Four Seasons Hotel’s Cantonese fine dining establishment has a cosy yet elegant ambience, and offers consistently exceptional Cantonese haute cuisine that is a treat for your senses. Through the windows are unobstructed harbour views overlooking the Kowloon side.

The Legacy House
5F, Rosewood Hotel, 18 Salisbury Road, Hong Kong
$$ · Shun Tak

At The Legacy House at Rosewood Hong Kong, a variety of elevated Shun Tak dishes are served against a backdrop of spectacular harbour views and tasteful interiors. The view at sunset is truly something else.

Lai Ching Heen
GF, Regent, 18 Salisbury Road, Hong Kong
$$$ · Cantonese

Part of the reimagined, soon-to-open Regent Hong Kong, Yan Toh Heen can be found at the prime location where the Avenue of Stars and Victoria Harbour are just steps away. Not only does the Chinese restaurant offer expansive harbour views, it’s also connected to a major shopping mall for those who wish to indulge in a bit of pre- or post-meal retail therapy.

Above & Beyond
28F, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Hong Kong
$$$ · Cantonese

Perched atop Hotel ICON on the 28th floor, Above & Beyond is where diners can revel in panoramic Victoria Harbour views through its large windows—just be sure to book in early for the window seats. The Chinese restaurant oozes with stylish elegance, and a careful curation of art pieces can be found adorning its walls.

Article written by MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau, translated by Iris Wong. Read original article here.