Foodie Fun

Foodie Fun

Central and Sheung Wan on Hong Kong Island provide a vast array of dining choices: a traditional 1960s-style tea house, open-air food stalls, refined French cuisine, popular nightclubs and bars, and many more to keep you exploring for days.


  • Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant Ltd
    Luk Yu Tea House & Restaurant Ltd
    Luk Yu Tea House has enjoyed a long history and has retained its traditional Chinese decor, allowing patrons to revisit the atmosphere of the teahouses of old Hong Kong. Luk Yu Tea House is famous for its Chinese cuisine and classic Cantonese dim sum items, including Steamed Bun Stuffed with Chicken, Roast Pork Bun, and Deep-fried Dumplings!
    G/F, 26 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
    +852 2523 5464
  • PMQ
    The former Police Married Quarters is now a funky creative hub for young designers. Residential units have been converted into design studios and shops, offices for creative enterprises and lodging for visiting designers. The top floor of Block B is now a roof-top restaurant with a mezzanine floor.
    35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
    How to Get There:
    • MTR Sheung Wan Station, Exit E1. Turn right to Des Voeux Road Central, then turn right to Gilman’s Bazaar. Go straight towards Queen’s Road Central. Walk along Aberdeen Street for around 7 minutes to reach PMQ.
    • MTR Central Station Exit C. Walk along Des Voeux Road to the Hang Seng Bank Headquarters, which is linked to the Central–Mid-Levels Escalator. Take the escalator to Staunton Street and turn right. Walk for about three minutes to reach PMQ. The whole walk takes about 15 minutes.
    A spacious alfresco terrace surrounds this super-stylish restaurant-lounge and offers unique, panoramic views over Hong Kong. A perfect place to watch the ‘A Symphony of Lights’ show.
    25/F, Prince's Building, 10 Chater Road
    +852 2537 1388
  • Duddell Street Steps & Gas Lamps
    Duddell Street Steps & Gas Lamps
    If you would like to know what Hong Kong’s lighting was like before neon was invented, go to Duddell Street Steps where you will see the last four gas lights in Hong Kong. The gas lamps surmount the balustrades at the top and foot of the steps. The vintage glow is a favourite with movie and TV show directors and fans of Hong Kong rom-coms will probably recognise the location.
    Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong Island
    How to Get There:
    MTR Central Station, Exit D1. Walk through Pedder Street to Queen's Road Central, then turn left to Duddell Street.


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