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New restaurants opening in Hong Kong

Keep up to date with the latest Hong Kong restaurant and café openings

We're spoiled for choice in our city. From boozy brunches to restaurants with a view and cheap eats in Hong Kong, there's more restaurants than you can shake a stick at. We keep you in the loop with Hong Kong's new restaurant openings.

New restaurants and bars to try in Hong Kong this month

Bizou American Brasserie

Adding to the collection of shiny new restaurants at Pacific Place comes one of Dining Concept’s latest ventures, Bizou. Helmed by chef Magnus Hansson, the menu here features his interpretation of American brasserie fare. Drinks come courtesy of mixology maestro Joseph Boroski and the interior is designed by Neri and Hu. Quite the trio, then. 

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Admiralty

Halcyon

A sophisticated new lounge bar in Central, previously occupied by popular LKF haunt Solas. Love it or loathe it, Solas was an institution, a popular spot for a pissed-up boogie on Wyndham Street. Its replacement, Halcyon, may come from the same stable but it seems to be a more sophisticated upgrade. 

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Central

Umi

An intimate and exquisite edomae sushi experience on Hollywood Road. That’s what this new 10 guests-only sushi counter from dining group Le Comptoir promises. Enjoy the chef’s excellent omakase selections, as well as some of the most authentic sushi on the scene at this swish just-opened restaurant. 

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Sheung Wan

Classified (Sai Ying Pun)

A new Classified has just opened its doors in The Upton in Sai Ying Pun. There’s a semi-outdoor seating area and the menu features the chain’s popular burgers, smoothies and cheeses, with this branch dishing up French fromage from Les Frères Marchand and English cheeses from Neal’s Yard Dairy.

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Shek Tong Tsui

Dragon Noodles Academy

A kung fu-inspired noodle den in the heart of Central. This new restaurant-bar serves up dim sum and classic Hong Kong dishes with a twist but the real highlights come with their noodles and various lobster delicacies.

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Central

Cassio

Cassio, the brand spankin’ new LKF Tower restaurant and bar, is the latest in the stable of Gilbert Yeung, he of Dragon-i and Tazmania Ballroom fame. Expect authentic Spanish tapas and handcrafted cocktails by way of London's popular Soho restaurant Barrafina. 

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Central

Lee Lo Mei

This two-level space is the fourth and final member of the 8 Lyndhurst revamp by ZS Hospitality. The wet market-inspired theme sees white tiles, red lamps and birdcages mingle with frescoes of old Hong Kong. With an excellent list of spirits and an inviting atmosphere, Lee Lo Mei is perfectly set up to fill the shoes of its predecessor, La Piola. 

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Central

Commissary

Southern California's dining scene is characterised by a wide range of experiences, from bistro-style venues to casual food trucks. Commissary, which has just opened in Pacific Place, serves a refined SoCal experience by taking some favourites and giving them upmarket twists.

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Admiralty

The Patio Bar

The Harbour Plaza Metropolis’ alfresco bar just got a makeover and is now The Patio Bar, sporting top harbour views from its ample space outside the hotel’s famous buffet eatery, Promenade. Neon is the key, particularly the glowing LED furniture which is placed around the area, itself boasting plenty of greenery, palm trees and a gushing water feature to give the venue a super-chilled ambience. 

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Hung Hom

Alzina

Spanish asador helmed by Spanish chef Juanjo Carrillo, Alzina brings a touch of the Mediterranean to Tsim Sha Tsui. The food here is grill-focused, although there are other Spanish dishes on the menu too, including the suckling pig, tapas like red lobster croquettas and paellas of different hues. You must try the sangria with local fruits. Olé!

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Tsim Sha Tsui
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