A Tasty Travelogue of Hong Kong

From authentic local flavours, such as Hong Kong-style dim sum and beef brisket noodles, to Michelin-starred Italian and French fare, you can find delectable food all over Hong Kong. Wu applauds locals for bringing the finest cuisines from around the world to the city.

Kau Kee Restaurant

Kau Kee Restaurant

This specialty noodle shop with a long history is renowned for its beef brisket noodles in clear broth or curry sauce.

How to get there:

From MTR Sheung Wan Station Exit A2, walk along Mercer Street, turn right onto Bonham Strand East, then turn left at the first intersection onto Hillier Street. Turn left again onto Queen's Road Central, cross the road and walk up the steps to reach Gough Street. The whole walk takes about seven minutes.

Luk Yu Tea House

Luk Yu Tea House

With more than 80 years of history, Luk Yu still retains its antique decor, exuding the charm of an old Hong Kong tea house. It offers traditional Guangdong cuisine and dim sum, including steamed chicken buns, barbeque pork belly rolls, fried dumplings, and more.

How to get there:

Turn right from MTR Central Station Exit D2 onto Theatre Lane, then turn left onto D'Aguilar Street to reach Stanley Street on your right. The whole walk takes about three minutes.

8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA

8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA

The first and only Michelin three-star Italian restaurant outside Italy, it features a unique cellar, world-class ham and cheese as well as a white truffle menu highly anticipated by food lovers every autumn.

How to get there:

From MTR Central Station Exit H, walk to the restaurant located at Shop 202, Landmark Alexandra.

Knutsford Terrace

Knutsford Terrace

One of the best places for experiencing the nightlife culture of Hong Kong.

How to get there:

Turn right from MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit B1 and walk along Nathan Road for about five minutes, then turn right onto Kimberley Road. Follow the small slope on the left and walk for a few minutes to reach Knutsford Terrace.