Asia Miles: Hong Kong’s Favourite Restaurants – Members’ Choice
The votes are in! It’s time to reveal the best Hong Kong restaurants of 2017, according to Asia Miles members
1/5The colonial era building which houses The Pawn
2/5A truck resides inside Yum Cha
3/5The elegant dining room at 1963 木十豆寸
4/5Welcome to Gaddi's...
5/5The smart entrance to Sushi Man
By Time Out Hong Kong|
We’ve got a love affair here in Hong Kong. A love affair with our food. We eat out all the time, we love new restaurant concepts and we take photos of our dishes and share them on social networks as much as we can. And we also talk about our tuck. Constantly. Which is why a campaign like travel and lifestyle rewards programme Asia Miles’ ‘Hong Kong’s Favourite Restaurants – Members’ Choice’ has been such a good fit for our city.
Asia Miles, over the past few weeks, asked its nearly two million Hong Kong members to vote for their favourite restaurants in the city and also share their most memorable dining experiences with each other. The five most heartwarming stories were chosen as winners by a panel of experts and they earned each writer a hands-on cooking class with star chef Lee Ka Ding.
Asia Miles has many partner restaurants in Hong Kong and members can earn miles while they're enjoying great food at those eateries. The team behind Asia Miles creates campaigns throughout the year so it can find out more about what its members like in our city – particularly in regards to their dining habits.
The voting has just closed and Asia Miles can now reveal the top three in each of the restaurant categories are as follows (Asia Miles’ partner restaurants – where you can earn miles while you dine – are highlighted in bold):
Winner: Yum Cha
3rd: Social Place
Winner: The Pawn
3rd: Lily and Bloom
Winner: Sushi Man
2nd: Grand Hyatt Steakhouse
3rd: T’ang Court
Winner: 1963 木十豆寸
3rd: The Alchemist
Hats off to the winning restaurants! Plus – hats off to whoever wins Asia Miles’ next campaign, where members vote on their ‘most wanted’ dining experiences. Prizes for members range from the likes of meet-and-greet dinners with Michelin-starred chefs to cocktail classes with award-winning mixologists. Read all about it at asiamiles.com and on Asia Miles’ Facebook page. Also find out what restaurants earn you miles while you dine at dining.asiamiles.com.