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Where to go for Western food in Hong Kong

Sassy Hong Kong
  • Written by Sassy Hong Kong

We love local and regional cuisines, but sometimes you crave something a little different. We’re talking Western restaurants, from fine-dining French and Italian fare, to casual British nosh. Read on for 10 restaurants and cafes accredited under the Quality Tourism Services (QTS) Scheme to visit in Hong Kong for Western food.

Artisan De La Truffe Paris

Artisan De La Truffe Paris

If you haven’t already guessed from its name, Artisan De La Truffe Paris is obsessed with all things truffle. They source the rare delicacy from the world’s top producers to provide us access to luxurious ingredients like white truffle and black Australian truffle at an approachable price point. Originally from Paris, this elegant eatery arrived in Hong Kong in 2018, sitting today in the Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui, where you can take in sweeping views of Victoria Harbour as you dine.

Beef & Liberty

Beef & Liberty

In Beef & Liberty we trust — especially when it comes to deliciously juicy burgers, catering to both meat eaters and vegetarians alike (with responsibly sourced ingredients and plenty of plant-based options available). Its name gives a nod to the beefsteak clubs of 18th-century Britain, where leading members of London society would gather to enjoy great food, booze and company, emulating a similar vibe — laid-back yet sophisticated.

Dot Cod Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar

Dot Cod Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar

Fancy a spot of fish and chips? Dot Cod can satisfy that craving and then some! Perfectly fried beer-battered Atlantic haddock, check. Thick cut chips, check. Mushy peas and gribiche sauce for good measure, check, check. But that’s not all! Save room to sample some fresh oysters and other tempting seafood dishes on the menu. 

Gaia Ristorante

Gaia Ristorante

Meaning ‘happy’ or ‘positive’ in Italian, Gaia Ristorante is sure to put a smile on your face with its comforting plates of regional Italian classics. The restaurant is known for its daily antipasto buffet, which can be enjoyed al fresco on the piazza, not to mention an impressive selection of over 600 Italian and French wines. 

Meta Stages

Meta Stages

Tucked away on Causeway Bay’s Tang Lung Street, Meta Stages is a modern dining concept that not only brings together art, technology, food and live music in one space, but also offers a fusion of European cuisines. You can enjoy the set lunch or dinner for a hearty meal, or come for the decadent tea set for two, featuring bite-sized sweet and savoury treats presented on a golden tray. 

On the Spot

On the Spot

Helmed by Canadian-born Chef Joey Cheng, who cut his teeth at one of the best culinary arts schools in the world (Kendall College of Culinary Arts), On the Spot invites us to experience a more modern take on Western cuisine. The creative menu here highlights seasonal and non-traditional ingredients to keep the dishes unique and fresh. 

The Den

The Den

Steak is the order of the day at The Den, championing premium Wagyu-grade beef from small farms in New South Wales, Australia. The third-generation family business has been running since 2012 and is known to serve some stellar tomahawk and ribeye steaks, weekly family roasts, as well as a variety of seafood dishes. 

Tom Bar+Grill

Tom Bar+Grill

Tom Bar+Grill has called the serene Hong Kong Science Park home for over 10 years. Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap around the entire restaurant, this is the ideal dining destination for a special date (you’ll love the tranquil sea view). While it focuses on Western dishes, there are also Asian-inspired flavours here, with the menu featuring Thai and Chinese-style cooking techniques. Either way, you won’t go wrong with something off the grill, whether it’s a juicy steak or some perfectly seared seafood. 

V Bar & Lounge

V Bar & Lounge

Rendezvous at Regal Kowloon Hotel’s V Bar & Lounge for themed afternoon tea or light bites and cocktails. Al fresco seating is available for those who like to enjoy a breeze of fresh air. It’s also worth noting that the bar features a collection of over 100 different varieties of vodka from around the world! 

Vivienne Westwood Café

Vivienne Westwood Café

Founded by the namesake British fashion brand, Vivienne Westwood Café is a lovely spot for a fancy afternoon tea or a stylish lunch. The interiors, dishes, and even the drinks are very much inspired by Westwood’s distinct aesthetics. One of the bestsellers is the Teddy Special Drink, which pays homage to the brand’s signature Teddy Pendant Necklace. 

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