This was going to be my weekend guide to Hong Kong but so far everything I listed was about food! So I thought this would be a great foodies guide to Hong Kong! I hope you all know how much I love food and that I am a really picky eater. Picky in the way that I know good food and I won’t settle for mediocre. Hong Kong is a hard place to narrow down the best food joints because there is so much food around! Every time I go I tried to go to different places but always seem to run out of time.
PS. I don’t know what was wrong with me but I didn’t take a lot of photos of anything which I’m dumbed about. I feel like I did so much but only have about 50 photos from 4 days in Hong Kong 🙁
Any who these are some of my favourite places to eat in Hong Kong !
A Foodies Guide To Hong Kong
Mana – Mana is so good. I’ve been there about four times now and love it. You can get wraps, salad bowls, desserts, juices. All of it is vegetarian and relatively cheap. It’s crazy busy at lunch time so avoid peak times.
Cupping Room – This is a great place to grab a coffee or a toastie! They are really busy in the mornings so expect a little wait.
Lok Cha Tea House – A vegetarian dim sum house in Hong Kong Park! I went a little crazy in here ordering but everything was really good. The only thing I wouldn’t get was the sesame rice wraps because it tasted like peanut butter in a floppy rice paper. Their dumplings and onion cakes were awesome. You have to order a tea with your food and the tea is as expensive as the food.
Teakha – When I saw the name Teakha I knew I had to go! Teakha is the name of my dog so I couldn’t help myself. We got some scones and the matcha white chocolate one was amazinggg. Since they are so small you have to order a drink as well. I wasn’t a huge fan of the chai I got but I think that’s because they put pepper in it and I detest pepper.
Mammy Pancake – Hong Kong is famous for their egg waffles and this is definitely the place to get them! I got the chestnut egg waffle and Aaron got the coffee one. I really wanted to go back and try the green tea and chocolate but didn’t have time. Next time I will for sure!
Tai Cheong Bakery – Still one of the best bakeries I’ve ever been to! This place is usually lined up out the door but they move quick. Their egg tarts are unreallllll. Hands down one of my favourite to go treats in Hong Kong.
Dim Sum Square – While their vegetarian menu is limited they are really cheap and really good. I got mostly deserts and Aaron got an assortment of dim sums.
Cafe Deco Pizzeria – We went here twice one weekend in Hong Kong and loved it! I was just outside of our Airbnb so it was super convenient. Their pizzas are awesome and you can get take out. It’s about $25 Canadian for one pizza so the prices are steep but I think that’s average for Hong Kong?
Ozone – The highest bar in the world. If you’re looking for a really fancy place to go then this is it! You can go for an afternoon drink or experience Hong Kong at night. I went there for drinks and appetizers and while the portions we small they were really good. It has a bit of a pretentious atmosphere but is still really nice.
The Envoy – I went to The Envoy for some night cap drinks on my birthday. I’ll be honest since it was my birthday so I had arrive a bit inebriated but I remember loving their french fries and cocktails! They have an intimate rooftop bar so it’s a great place to get a little more fancy than normal and to grab some seriously cool drinks. One of their drinks comes in a dinosaur egg.
Have you ever been to Hong Kong? What are some of your favourite places to eat? Share in the comments!