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The top six Michelin starred restaurants in Hong Kong

With over 11,000 restaurants, visitors to Hong Kong certainly won’t go hungry. Along with a vast array of delectable street food from Dai Pai Dongs (open air street stalls) and Cha Chaan Tengs (Hong Kong-style diners), the city also boasts a rich fine dining scene, with over 60 Michelin starred restaurants.

Dawn Page, Director, UK and Northern Europe of the Hong Kong Tourism Board, said: “Hong Kong truly has the best of everything, and cuisine is no exception. This is yet another reason why the city is so unique – it’s the perfect choice whatever you’re looking for – whether it’s a city break, a beach holiday, an active vacation or, with the fantastic variety of cuisine, a foodie holiday! And the beauty of Hong Kong’s fine dining scene is that the Michelin starred restaurants incorporate not just Chinese food but food from all around the world – it is Asia’s World City after all!”

We’ve rounded up our top six Michelin starred restaurants in Hong Kong.

Duddell’s
For a chic and stylish choice, head to Duddell’s on the historic Duddell Street, in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district. The restaurant’s beautiful interiors are an art lover’s dream and coupled with the two Michelin-stars, Duddell’s is a must for real foodies.

Duddell’s on the historic Duddell Street
For a chic and stylish choice, head to Duddell’s on the historic Duddell Street, in the heart of Hong Kong’s Central district

8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana
For an authentic and luxurious taste of Italy, 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana is for you. Being the only Italian restaurant with three Michelin stars outside of Italy makes it special enough, and the unique, sophisticated and contemporary culinary creations from Chef Umberto Bombana make any visit a real delight.

Amber
For that je ne sais quoi, Chef Richard Ekkebus cooks up the finest contemporary French dishes in two Michelin starred, Amber, which is situated in the iconic Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Chef Richard describes his dishes as French classic with inventive twists that take advantage of Hong Kong’s unique position at a global crossroads.

Kashiwaya
Gochisō sama is what you’ll be saying after tucking into a delicious meal at two Michelin Star Kashiwaya, where the talented team incorporates contemporary taste while inheriting traditional Japanese cuisine.

two Michelin starred, Amber
The two Michelin starred, Amber, which is situated in the iconic Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel

Mott 32
For modern Chinese cuisine, Mott 32, embraces traditional recipes with innovative cooking techniques. Helming the kitchen at Mott 32 is group Chinese executive chef Lee Man-sing. Chef Lee earned his executive position from the Mandarin Oriental and received two Michelin Stars for the restaurant by creating a gastronomic Cantonese menu.

T’ang Court
For a taste of the Tang Dynasty, T’ang Court, one of only two three-Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong, reflects the classic timelessness of the Tang Dynasty, China’s golden age. Amid lavish furnishings, T’ang Court restaurant serves a wide selection of authentic Cantonese cuisine. Behind the culinary masterpieces is Executive Chef – Chinese Cuisine, Kwong Wai Keung who has shaped Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong with over 20 years of experience.