Hong Kong’s most photogenic restaurant interiors

The question of who has the most superior interior is answered
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If there’s one thing Hongkongers love more than eating at the hippest newest restaurant, it’s posting on Instagram while they’re there. Whether it’s contemporary five-star luxury chic or old-school Hong Kong charm you’re after, these restaurants can generate more Insta interest than even most celebrated of miniature dachshunds.

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Hong Kong’s most Insta-worthy restaurant interiors

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Ammo

icon-location-pin Mid-Levels

If we’re talking Insta-fodder, there’s plenty of ammo at Ammo. Stop wondering what the huge shiny copper sculptures might be a metaphor for and just get snap happy.

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Djapa

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Wan Chai’s Brazilian-Japanese fusion restaurant Djapa is another that creates an arresting look courtesy of colourful artwork.

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Hutong

icon-location-pin Tsim Sha Tsui

Not just photo-worthy for its stunning view of the Island skyline, Hutong’s interior filled with heavy wooden doors, red lanterns and a cycle rickshaw that’s all equally worth capturing. 

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Tri

icon-location-pin Repulse Bay

Tri’s interior, likes its food, is modelled on Balinese culture. The giant lotus pod capsules aren’t actually the comfiest to eat at but they’re perfect Insta opportunity.

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La Piola

icon-location-pin Wan Chai

Housed in an old colonial-era building, at the back of La Piola remain the building’s original wooden stairs and a huge metal safe that’s a perfect Insta target for those in the know.

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