If you manage to bag a reservation at this tiny, popular spot, you'll be taken on a gastronomic journey through the Indian sub-continent. The food here boasts influences from West-Indies, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Goa and Sri Lanka. Try the camembert masala for a truly indulgent dish or the Kathmandu mos - BlackSalt's take on Nepalese momos.
Arguments can be made that Sai Ying Pun is on its way dethroning Sheung Wan as Hong Kong’s trendiest neighbourhood, with a helping hand from its growing community of hip cafés and art galleries. But it’s the diversifying range of restaurants that truly make SYP shine. From outstanding Balinese cuisine to a pancake joint, you’ll never go hungry when you’re in Sai Ying Pun.