A Hong Kong institution, Amigo has remained unchanged since opening in its current location in 1976. Owner Yeung Wing-chung is a bit of a character and a lovely man by all accounts – some of his staff have worked with him for 30-plus years. The ornately carved wooden beams and quirky features hint at the restaurant’s history and the personality of the man. The food isn’t bad either. Classic French dishes are served up with rustic charm. The lobster bisque is out of this world and the lamb chops with mint jelly have been consistently good forever.
Though it's mostly known for its racecourse, Happy Valley is home to some fab eateries - some of which have been around for 60 plus years. Try some of the best food in Hong Kong at dim sum joints and the cooked food centre, or get stuck into some yakitori at the Japanese grill. So giddy up and get down to the valley!