Restaurants Wine & Dine

Take 5: Hong Kong bars and restos to suit every occasion

With thousands of restaurants in the city, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out. We asked the team from Dining Concepts for some of the top picks from its own huge range of restos.

Dining Concepts: The buffet table at SPIGA
The buffet table at SPIGA

Best Brunch

SPIGA

Brunch is big in Hong Kong, and nobody does it quite like the Italians! SPIGA offers brunchers a spectacular buffet of Italian cold cuts, salads, seafood and a carving station, as well as desserts. The selection of mains includes everything from pizza and pasta, to eggs, fish of the day, and roast chicken. The free-flow options won’t disappoint either. Mimosa, anyone?

3/F, 31 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Dining Concepts: Bizou is an exciting new addition to the Hong Kong restaurant scene
Bizou is an exciting new addition to the Hong Kong restaurant scene

New & Noteworthy

Bizou

This American-style brasserie in Pacific Place has been a popular lunch and dinner spot since it opened in December. Upping the ante, it now offers a happy hour that’s hard to resist: half-price drinks and free canapés every day from 4pm to 8pm, a stone’s throw from the CBD.

Shop 132, L1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

Bread Street Kitchen is perfect for fans of British classics
Bread Street Kitchen is perfect for fans of British classics

Best All-Rounder

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

In the heart of Lan Kwai Fong, Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen has something for everyone. Serving up British classics like beef wellington and sticky toffee pudding, a weekend brunch, and after-work cocktails mixed at the communal table, this Dining Concepts venue is a local favourite.

Mezzanine Level, LKF Hotel, Wyndham Street, Central

ALTO's spectacular interior is matched by the amazing exterior views!
ALTO’s spectacular interior is matched by the amazing exterior views!

Dining Room With A View

ALTO

With interiors by Tom Dixon, a contemporary menu by Michelin-trained chef Michael Boyle, and views to die for, what’s not to love? This Dining Concepts venue is perfectly situated on the 31st floor of V Point in Causeway and offers a stylish option for business lunches, date nights and those days when you just want to soak in the beauty of Victoria Harbour.

31/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay

Dining Concepts: This innovative cocktail bar is tucked away in Central.
This innovative cocktail bar is tucked away in Central.

Drinks with a Difference

J.Boroski

The brainchild of New York “mixultant” Joseph Boroski, this flash Dining Concepts space is entry by invitation only. Joseph has brought his unique style of bartending to HK and offers a completely curated experience. It’s intimate, it’s exclusive and it’s completely captivating!

1 Hollywood Road (Ezra’s Lane entrance), Central

Visit diningconcepts.com to find out about the group’s other venues.

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